Issues of practical implementation of agreements and agreements on further expansion of trade, economic, investment and military-technical cooperation between Uzbekistan and Russia were discussed at the meeting.
The importance of strengthening industrial cooperation between the leading enterprises and companies of the two countries aimed at the speedy advancement of joint prospective programs and innovative projects was noted.
The Vice Prime Minister of the Russian Government stressed the interest and readiness of the Russian Federation to develop full-scale and mutually beneficial cooperation with the Republic of Uzbekistan in the spirit of strategic partnership and alliance.
Tashkent Mechanical Plant can become a base for the establishment of a center for maintenance of the MS-21 aircraft in the region.
Rogozin stressed that Russia is interested not only in selling aircraft, but also in organizing its technical maintenance. "It is important for us that he flies from us, instead of standing on the ground. Therefore, we need a hub of spare parts here and the plant can play a role here," he concluded.
"We agreed to maintain contact in this matter, since when the aircraft appears in mass production, the Uzbek side will determine its attitude to this project, but for the Tashkent mechanical plant the project is very interesting," the Russian deputy prime minister said, TASS reported.
The Vice Prime Minister of the Russian Federation got acquainted with the process of work of the plant for the production of components for aircraft, the process of creating composite materials and spare parts, measures to improve the skills of personnel and training leading specialists, UzA reports.
The Russian delegation received information that the company currently produces component parts for IL-76 and IL-114 aircraft, railway wagons for the transportation of passengers and cargo, spare parts for railway locomotives, as well as provision of aviation engineering services at the level of international standards.