Uzbekistan buys 30 electric trains from the Czech Republic



On October 11th of this year, a contract worth 320 million euros was signed between the "Uzbekistan Railways" company and the Czech Skoda Group conglomerate. According to the contract, the Czech Republic will deliver 30 electric trains to Uzbekistan.

Under this agreement, signed at the Uzbek-Czech business forum attended by Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov of Uzbekistan and Minister of Transport Ilham Mahkamov, the production of four-car electric trains will commence next year. The primary components will be assembled at the Ostrava plant in the Czech Republic, while the remaining assembly will take place in Uzbekistan.

As per the information available, the carriages will be partially equipped with a low floor, Wi-Fi, as well as internal and external video surveillance systems. It's worth noting that this Czech company supplies similar trains to Latvia and Estonia.

"This marks the beginning of a promising collaboration. We recognize the great potential that Skoda brings to Uzbekistan," stated Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov.

It is worth mentioning that on October 10th, Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov of Uzbekistan traveled to the Czech Republic and held meetings with Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala. During his official visit to the Czech Republic, Abdulla Aripov also had a meeting with the President of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel.


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