Turkmenistan's Private Sector Expands Collaboration With UNIDO

Turkmenistan's Private Sector Expands Collaboration With UNIDO
UNIDO headquarters in Vienna, Austria

Chairman of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan (UIET) Alexander Dadayev held a meeting with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization’s (UNIDO) Chief of Regional Division for Europe and Central Asia, Jacek Cukrowski in Ashgabat on Monday.

The chairman of the UIET briefed the guest about the activities of the organization, the large-scale projects implemented by Turkmen entrepreneurs in various fields and its long-term plans. During the meeting, the parties emphasized the importance of the work carried out by Turkmen business community to expand international cooperation.

In turn, Jacek Cukrowski noted the systematic approach of Turkmenistan to the implementation of tasks in the field of industrial development, as well as the fruitful cooperation of UNIDO with the governmental structures of the country, particularly in the textile and carpet industries.

The sides discussed the possibility of establishing contacts between the UIET and UNIDO in a wide range of areas.

The UNIDO was founded in 1966, and in 1985 became a specialized agency in the United Nations system. The organization was created with the aim of developing the industrial and technological sector of different countries, as well as to attract investment in these countries.