November 19, 2021

HYDROPHIL accompanies Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Linhart to Central Asia

Location: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan

Photo was taken during the visit of the Nurek Dam, 6.11.2021, TajikistanPicture Source: BMEIA/Gruber

Our Managing Director, Dr Gerald Eder, has just returned from a trip to the Central Asian counties of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. As part of the Corona Reconstruction Program ReFocus Austria, he accompanied Foreign Minister Michael Linhart on his Central Asian trip.

During this trip, Gerald Eder participated in several events as part of a business delegation:

  • EU-Central Asia Business Partnership Forum, 5.11.2021, Bishkek
  • Austrian-Tajik Business Partnership, 6.11.2021, Dushanbe
  • Visit of the Nurek Dam, which is currently the tallest dam in the world, 6.11.2021, Tajikistan
  • Uzbekistan – Austria Business Forum in Tashkent, 8.11.2021, and Andijan, 10.11.2021

In the discussions with my Central Asian counterparts as well as with the representatives of the Austrian companies accompanying me on this trip, we agreed that there is enormous economic potential in Central Asia“, concluded Minister Michael Linhart.

HYDROPHIL has been working in Central Asia since 2005. “We have seen this enormous development dynamic in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan for a long time and want to contribute to progress with our expertise and development experience,” says Director Eder.

HYDROPHIL has provided engineering and advisory services:

in Kyrgyzstan in Bishkek, Osh, Kyzyl-Kiya, Kara-Suu, Mailuu-Suu, Isfana, Kerben, and the local government authorities of Myrza-Ake. Descriptions of our diverse activities in the country – exemplary:

In Tajikistan:

In Kazakhstan

In Uzbekistan

HYDROPHIL will continue to expand its activities in Central Asia with engineering and advisory services.