Japanese-Uzbek Power Forum-2007 Turns Effective for Sides - Report
It was preceded by a Japanese-Uzbek business seminar as a starting event, and a number of presentations with the participation of the country's big-name companies. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan (METI), the Agency for Natural Resources and Power Engineering of Japan, the Japanese National Corporation of Oil, Gas and Metals (JOGMEC) and the Institute of International Scientific Research (IIST), organized the events.
The Uzbek side has been represented by the Center for Political Research and Fund Forum (Culture and Arts of Uzbekistan Fund). They have appeared in the role of initiators and concept developers for the first Japanese-Uzbek Power Forum. The information support and assistance has been provided by the Japanese Association for Trade with Russia and New Independent States (ROTOBO), the Japanese External Trade Organization (JETRO) and the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Japan.
The Power Forum and the business seminar in Tokyo had symbolized the outcome of the Uzbek-Japanese business forum earlier held in Tashkent. The latter's organization was the result of the joint efforts by state and public institutions from Uzbekistan and Japan such as the Center for Political Research, the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Fund Forum and METI.
With a view of taking part in these large-scale presentation projects held in Tokyo the Power Mission of the Republic of Uzbekistan stayed in Japan for several days. Its members included heads of the State Committee on Geology and Mineral Resources (Chairman N. Mavlyanov) and the National Holding Company Uzbekneftegaz (First Deputy Chairman Sh. Majidov), as well as the representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Open Joint-Stock Company Uzbekvneshneftegaz and Joint-Stock Company Uzgeoburneftegaz.
During its visit to Tokyo the Uzbek delegation carried on talks with leaders of Japan's government bodies, in charge for the formation and elaboration of a further power-policy strategy including T. Mochuzuki, the director of the Agency for Mineral Resources and Power Engineering of Japan; I. Kakefuda, the president of the Japanese National Corporation of Oil, Gas and Metals, and K. Nakayama, adviser to Prime Minister of Japan.
After visiting several industrial sites, scientific research centers, industries and laboratories, the Power Mission held negotiations with the heads of the National Center for Industrial Sciences and Technologies of Japan, the Institute of Geological Resources at METI, and the Center for Research and Technologies of Prospecting for Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas.
The sides have agreed on the need to intensify and expand scientific exchange between Japanese and Uzbek research institutes and centers, to organize the joint internships for young specialists in these fields, as well as exchange opinions on the prospects of attracting the Japanese technologies to reconnaissance, development and extraction of mineral resources in Uzbekistan.
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