ADB mission reviews its projects in Tajikistan

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Representatives of Asian Development Bank (ADB) have arrived in Tajikistan to review investment projects, which are implemented here jointly with the Government of Tajikistan, according to the State Committee on Investment and State owned Project Management (GosKomInvest).

ADB mission will stay in Tajikistan until March 10 and a general meeting with participation of all executive agencies, contractors and relevant government bodies will take place on the outcome of the mission visit, the GosKomInvest press center says.

The Asian Development Bank is Tajikistan's major international donor. ADB's first assistance to Tajikistan was in 1998 to support post conflict reconstruction.

Since then, ADB has mobilized over $1.8 billion for the country, including more than 1.2 billion U.S. dollars in grants. The assistance has helped improve the country's transport and energy infrastructure, support social development, expand agricultural production, and strengthen regional cooperation and trade.

Source: Asia Plus