Bangladesh and Uzbekistan have agreed to increase research and investment in the health and medicine sector as well as build skilled human resources. Rector of Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute with Mohammad Monirul Islam, Ambassador of Bangladesh appointed to Uzbekistan. The matter was discussed in a meeting between Rizaiv Kamal on Monday.
In the notice sent from the embassy, the ambassador said. Islam highlighted the progress and achievements of Bangladesh’s pharmaceutical industry and said that Bangladesh’s pharmaceuticals are being exported to many countries around the world today, meeting about 98 percent of the domestic demand.
Along with the competence, hard work and sincerity of all those associated with the pharmaceutical industry, he called the quality of the drugs produced and the use of advanced technology in this industry as one of the reasons for this success. Pointing out that the pharmacists of Bangladesh are working with great reputation and efficiency in various countries of the world including Europe, America, he informed Rector Professor Kamal about pharmacy study and research in various public and private educational institutions.
Rector Dr. Kamal briefed the Ambassador about the education, research, training and publications of Tashkent Pharmaceutical Institute and highlighted the type, nature and benefits of their cooperation with institutions in South Asia and other Asian countries.
The meeting concluded by expressing the firm determination to work together to make the existing relationship between Bangladesh-Uzbekistan in the pharmaceutical sector more dynamic and fruitful in the future as well as student education, research and technology exchange in the field of pharmacy.