According to EU Foreign Affairs Representative Josep Borrell, Europe can use investment to build a new model of green economy in Central Asia that is connected to the rest of the world.
On November 18, the Global Gateway Conference in Samarkand will focus on strengthening cooperation between Europe and Central Asia in the areas of digital economy, transport and energy. The EU plans to create platforms to improve public services and diversify the national economies of the five Central Asian states.
The EU is one of the largest investors in the world and is ready to provide joint projects with Asian countries with grants of several million euros.
Foreign Minister of Turkmenistan R. Meredov and EU representatives are scheduled to meet in Samarkand. The purpose of the meeting is to reveal the potential of Central Asia and cooperation between Europe and Asia in various fields.