Bratislava, 2 March 2023 (TDI): The Foreign Ministry of Tajikistan announced that the inaugural Tajik-Slovak Business Forum was held successfully on 28 February 2023 in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Sharaf Sheralizoda, Tajikistan’s Deputy Foreign Minister, and Peter Svec, Deputy Minister of the Economy of Slovakia, inaugurated the conference. Government officials from Slovakia and Tajikistan, and businesspeople, attended the event.

The countries’ representatives highlighted trade and investment opportunities in their respective nations. They underlined the potential for economic growth and cooperation.

Deputy Ministers stressed that both countries have complementary economies. They can profit from cooperation in various industries, including energy, mining, manufacturing, and technology.

The symposium provided an effective forum for entrepreneurs from both nations to seek commercial prospects and strengthen trade partnerships.

The delegations from Slovakia and Tajikistan spoke about various industries, including manufacturing, services, oil and gas extraction, pharmaceuticals, and many others.

The entrepreneurs and officials discussed the problems and benefits in each other’s markets, finding prospects for joint ventures and collaborations.

Tajikistan is a landlocked country in Central Asia. It is recognized for its abundant natural resources, which include aluminum, gold, and silver.

Slovakia is a heavily industrialized nation in Central Europe with a well-developed automobile and electronics industry.

The Tajik-Slovak Business Forum offered an excellent chance for entrepreneurs to seek investment opportunities and establish business contacts.

The meeting provided a promising setting for expanding the two nations’ economic partnership and collaboration.

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Participants emphasized their commitment to continue working together to enhance trade and commerce cooperation between the two countries after the summit.

The Tajik-Slovak Business Forum was conducted with the help of the respective governments to create a conducive climate for commercial collaboration. The gathering allowed entrepreneurs to network, research new markets, and form alliances.

Conversation of Slovakia’s-Tajikistan’s Deputy Ministers

Tajikistan’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Sharaf Sheralizoda, and Peter Svec, Slovakia’s Deputy Minister of Economy, met during the Business Forum of Entrepreneurs of Slovakia and Tajikistan.

The two officials discussed methods to strengthen bilateral trade and economic cooperation. They expressed their desire to assist entrepreneurs from both countries to interact.

Both Ministers believed the business conference would be crucial in fostering closer commercial connections between Slovakia and Tajikistan.

According to them, the success of this forum will likely motivate other enterprises to investigate the market opportunities in Tajikistan and Slovakia.

Svec received a briefing from Sheralizoda on the many investment opportunities in Tajikistan. Sharif emphasized the possibilities for investment in the agricultural, tourism, energy, and water sectors.

Furthermore, he stated that Tajikistan has substantial untapped potential in several industries and invites investment from Slovakia and other countries.

Both Ministers reaffirmed their commitment to advancing collaboration and looking into prospective joint ventures.