Tashkent, Uzbekistan, June 17 (UNB) – President Abdul Hamid visited the Hasti Imam Mosque and the Amir Temur Museum on Monday.
He visited both historical places as part of the Tashkent city tour.
Members of the President’s family, Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen as well as his wife and the President’s secretaries accompanied him during the visit.
Uzbekistan’s Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Hakimov received the president at the mosque where he stayed for some time.
Abdul Hakimov informed the president of various historical incidents at the mosque where part of the first Holy Quran handwritten during the third Khaliph Hazrat Osman (Ra) was well persevered, the press secretary of the UNB told UNB. President Joynal Abedin.
He also visited a factory, UZTEX, in the afternoon in the Sergeli district of Tashkent.
The textile company which started production in 2010 mainly exports its products to Russia, China, Iran, Turkey, Korea, Poland and Italy.
“Men and women work in a very appropriate atmosphere. I am very impressed with the scene,” said the president during the visit.
He also said that the Bangladeshi conglomerate Beximco will visit the plant very soon. “I will arrange everything to send other business groups. You (Uzbek businessmen) should also visit the garment factories in Bangladesh.
Insisting on the exchange of visits of business groups from the two countries, Abdul Hamid said that these would strengthen trade and trade relations between the two countries.
He also said that this visit will help improve the garment sectors of Bangladesh and Uzbekistan.
On June 16, the president arrived here after visiting the city of Bukhara in Uzbekistan, leaving Tajikistan after a three-day tour on a special Uzbek Air Force flight.
The flight carrying the president left Dushanbe International Airport at 12 p.m. and reached Bukhara International Airport at 2 p.m.
Abdul Hamid visited the Mausoleum of Hazrat Nakshbandi, the Summer Palace of the Emir of Bukhara and the City Arch while visiting the city of Bukhara.
He arrived in the capital Tashkent from Bukhara by plane at 10 p.m.
The president is due to travel to Samarkand by high-speed “Afrosiyob” train on Tuesday morning.
He will visit the Hazrat Khizr complex, lay a wreath at the mausoleum of the late President Islam Karimov and at Hazrat Imam al Bukhari (RHT).
Hamid will also visit Amir Timur Mausoleum, Ulugbek Astronomical Observatory and the Registan when visiting the city.
The president is due to return home on June 19.