State Committee for Water Management of Turkmenistan held a video conference meeting with representatives of the Japanese Itochu Corporation on Wednesday.
The meeting participants emphasized the positive experience of many years of business cooperation in various fields and discussed the development of cooperation, including the supply of high-performance earthmoving equipment.
The sides also exchanged views on the implementation of new joint economic projects. The participants particularly noted Japan's experience in introducing modern water-saving technologies in agriculture, in water treatment and waste water disposal, in the construction and operation of hydraulic structures.
During the working visit of President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov to Japan in October last year, a General Agreement was signed with Itochu Corporation for the supply of high-performance earthmoving equipment.
One of Japan's largest companies, headquartered in Tokyo and Osaka, was founded in 1949. The company operates in such areas as textiles, equipment and machinery, aviation and astronautics, energy, the chemical and food industries, finance, insurance and logistics.
Founded in 1949, Itochu Corporation is a Japanese corporation based in Osaka and Tokyo. The company operates in such areas as textiles, machinery, aviation and astronautics, energy, the chemical and food industries, finance, insurance and logistics.