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University of World Economy and Diplomacy and CESS are pleased to announce the second in a series of planned webinars during the summer of 2021. Each seminar will touch on a different theme relevant to Central Eurasian Studies. We are excited to continue CESS's cooperation with the University of World Economy and Diplomacy in anticipation of the 2022 Regional Conference, which is slated to be held in Tashkent next summer.

 

Ensuring food security in the countries of Central Asia: modern realities and challenges in the post-pandemic world

Monday, May 24, 2021

4:00 p.m. Tashkent time (GMT+5)

 

Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85223253796?pwd=OFZoZjhmVGxEaVQ1d2NZMm9wV0l4dz09

Meeting ID: 852 2325 3796

Passcode: 554975

 

  • Professor Pierre Borgoltz, Former Coordinator for Cooperation with Central Asian countries, European External Action Service, Belgium
    Climate Change and COVID Pandemic opening new opportunities for growth and resilience 
  • Professor Shavkat Hasanov, Director of Samarkand Branch of TSAU&CARIS Center, Uzbekistan
    Primary Agriculture, Food Processing and Agrifood export in Uzbekistan
  • Dr. Aigerim Yelibayeva, Associate Professor at Narxoz University School of Law and Social sciences, Academic program “International Relations”, Kazakhstan
    Kazakhstan’s experience in ensuring food security during the pandemic
  • Dr. Ihtiyor Bobobojonov, Research Associate, Department of Agricultural Markets, Marketing and World Agricultural Trade, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany
    Agricultural insurance markets: From index design to farmers‘ adoption
  • Dr. Bakhtiar Igamberdiev, Ala-Too International University, Kyrgyzstan
    The agricultural sector in Kyrgyzstan: The reasons for inefficiency and the development prospects

The panel discussion will be chaired by Dr. Mirzoumid Khamdamov, Dean of International Economics and Management Faculty, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Uzbekistan


Ensuring food security in the countries of Central Asia: modern realities and challenges in the post-pandemic world