On January 27, President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon took part in the Central Asia-India Summit in virtual format. He said Dushanbe was looking optimistically to the future of multifaceted relations with New Delhi, the press office of the President of Tajikistan reported.
Rahmon proposed to develop a programme for the implementation of the trade potential of the states within a Central Asia-India dialogue. He highlighted the importance of expanding investment cooperation in the industrial, energy, transport and agricultural sectors.
He noted that Tajikistan is interested in setting up joint ventures in the food, textile, chemical and medical (production of medicines) industries and the processing of gold, silver and semi-precious stones.
The emphasis was placed on the need to expand partnerships in the green energy sector. Rahmon noted that Dushanbe is interested in building the transport route Mumbai-Chabahar-Central Asia.