Uzbekistan and KOICA Sign Agreements Worth $20 Million for Green Projects


South Korea donated over $20 million to Uzbekistan for projects to green cities, develop a phytosanitary service, and open parliament, UzA reported.

The government of Uzbekistan and the KOICA signed agreements on three new projects worth $20.4 million, which will be implemented from 2023 to 2028.

A project to build capacity for greening forests and cities based on smart technologies in Tashkent will be implemented between KOICA and the Forestry Agency of Uzbekistan in 2023-2028.

The second project will aim to improve the electronic parliament system and create a real-time broadcasting system for the Legislative Chamber of the Parliament.

The third project will strengthen the capacity of the phytosanitary service and improve border checkpoints for plant quarantine in Uzbekistan.

Source: AKIpress