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Meeting of Mr.Jamoliddin Nuraliev with the World Bank delegation


On January 16, 2020, Mr.Jamoliddin Nuraliev, First Deputy Chairman of the NBT met with the World Bank delegation consisting of Mr. Jan-Peter Olters, the World Bank Resident Representative in Tajikistan, Ms. Goar Gyuluman, Senior Economist on the Republic of Tajikistan, Mr. Martin Galstyan and Mr. Vahe Movsisyan, International Advisors of the World Bank.


At the beginning, Mr.Jamoliddin Nuraliev, First Deputy Chairman of the NBT having expressed satisfaction on fruitful cooperation with the World Bank, appreciated it for support rendered in the implementation of the next Technical Assistance on settlements and assessment methodology project “Economic activity in the Republic of Tajikistan”.

During the meeting, Mr.Martin Galstyan, the WB International Advisor has made presentation on implementation of the project “Economic activity in the Republic of Tajikistan” indicating the experience of other countries on this direction since 1960 and its influence on economic development of the country. Also it was noted that given project will contribute to growth of economy of the Republic of Tajikistan and development and implementation of monetary policy of the National Bank of Tajikistan.


Representatives of the World Bank have noted while implementing the project the main focus is made on providing methodological and conceptual knowledge on research of business environment and the survey’s goal conducted in the framework of the project "Economic activity" is to study the opinions of heads of companies on current business situation as well as their plans and expectations for the future. As the OECD experience shows such surveys are useful not only for government agencies, economic policy makers and analysts but also for respondents.

During the meeting the parties have considered issues of strengthening cooperation on implementation of projects in the banking system as well as have exchanged views on progress made in the project "Economic activity".


Senior Economic Expert of the World Bank, Ms.Gohar Gulumyan, in turn has expressed the willingness on supporting the cooperation expansion in the mentioned areas including Technical Assistance.

The First Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Tajikistan Mr.Jamoliddin Nuraliev has expressed hope for further strengthening cooperation and emphasized that further development and implementation of such programs in the framework of Technical Assistance will have a positive impact not only on the development of banking system but also on the country's economy.

Press Division

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