The Uzbekistan-Russia International Health Forum witnessed the signing of over 170 memorandums, the Ministry of Health's press service reports.
At the conference, attendees examined numerous joint initiatives, with a key emphasis on healthcare digitalization, continuing education for medical staff, joint academic-practical conferences, master classes, and scientific investigations. The dialogue also prioritized advancing cooperation in specific medical specialties, including neurosurgery, pediatrics, surgery, cardiology, and oncology.
As part of the forum, 172 memoranda and several agreements were signed to advance joint educational programs, establish branches of Russian medical educational institutions in Uzbekistan, attract investments to the health sector, and introduce new forms of partnership.
The participants also adopted a resolution emphasizing the deepening and development of mutual cooperation.