TRADE COOPERATION BETWEEN BUKHARA AND GERMANY (1920-1960)

Authors

  • Haydarov Saifiddin Doctoral student of the Denov Institute of Entrepreneurship and Pedagogy

Keywords:

Bukhara, F. Khojaev, Mukomil Burkhanov, Germany-Black Sea

Abstract

From the first days of the founding of the People's Soviet Republic of Bukhara, it entered into diplomatic, economic and cultural relations with Eastern countries. However, these countries, which were ruled by monarchies in the past, were almost no different from the level of the Bukhara People's Soviet Republic in terms of their development. That is why the progressive forces of the republic under the leadership of the head of the government F. Khojaev tried to connect with the countries that are at the stages of modern development in the economic, scientific and technical spheres.

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Published

2024-03-09