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Wang Bo and Wang Yuhang accompanied Bai Shaotong, Deputy General Manager of SINOMACH, to attend the opening ceremony of the Sino-Uzbek traditional medical center

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    On June 15, 2020, the soft opening ceremony of the Sino-Uzbek traditional medical center was held in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. Jiang Yan, Ambassador of China to Uzbekistan, Saidov, Ambassador of Uzbekistan to China, Kariev, Director of the Pharmaceutical Industry Development Agency of Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan participated in the ceremony via video. Bai Shaotong, Deputy General Manager of SINOMACH was invited to the Embassy of Uzbekistan in China to attend the ceremony and delivered a speech, along with Luo Yan, Marketing Director of SINOMACH and Vice Chairman of SINOMACH Engineering Group, Wang Bo, Chairman of CAMCE and Wang Yuhang, General Manager of CAMCE. 

    Bai Shaotong said that SINOMACH would ultilize its experience in overseas operation, and take advantage of overseas Park planning and construction, R&D of major Chinese traditonal medicine equipment, construction of medical infrastructure like hospitals and cultivation and processing of Chinese herbal medicines, etc..SINOMACH hopes to provide new assistance for further implementation of the Belt and Road Initiave, the joint construction of the Healthy Silk Road, promotion of the social-economic development of countries along the Belt and Road Initiave like Uzbekistan, and creation of the community of shared future for mankind through integration of all parties’ resources, coalescence of industrial chain and innovation of operation mode. 

    The opening of the Sino-Uzbek Traditional Medical Center is an important symbol of sincere mutual trust, pragmatic cooperation and joint construction of the Healthy Silk Road between China and Uzbekistan, and is another historic testimony to the traditional friendship between both peoples. The successful completion of the Sino-Uzbek Traditional Medicical Center will promote the exchange and cooperation of traditional medicine and cultural exchanges between the two countries, and make contributions to improving the well-being of the two peoples. 

    The Sino-Uzbek Traditional Medicinal Center is located in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. It covers an area of 1500 m2 and is a comprehensive medical institution which integrates medical treatment, prevention and rehabilitation. As the contractor for the center's interior decoration, CAMCE completed the work with high quality and efficiency, which contributed significantly to the successful start of the center. 

    Before the ceremony, Bai Shaotong held talks with Uzbekistan's Ambassador to China Saidov. The two sides communicated the cooperation in the fields of medical care, industrial manufacturing, agricultural development and construction of Parks. 




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