UK Ambassador James Sharp took part in presenting the national
British stand at the Caspian Agro exhibition in Baku, Azernews
reports, referring to the ambassador's tweet.
James Sharp noted that six British companies, specializing in
smart agriculture, sustainable water management, and plant
nutrition solutions will share their experience with local
The 15th Caspian Agro international agriculture exhibition and
the 27th InterFood Azerbaijan international food industry
exhibition opened at Baku Expo Center on May 18.
Agricultural and food industry products and services of nearly
450 companies from 24 countries are being showcased at the
exhibitions, which will last till May 20. The expositions have been
deployed in three halls, as well as in the open area of the Baku
Expo Center. The exhibitions also present projects that are being
implemented or planned to be realized in Karabakh. As part of the
exhibitions, it's planned to hold B2B meetings, Chefs Cup, Balik
Ekmek fish festival, panel discussions, and a number of other
Azerbaijan and the UK are cooperating in different spheres of
the economy. There are already 30 years of successful cooperation
between the two countries in the oil and gas sector, which entered
a new stage of development in line with the challenges of the
global energy sector. The energy sector accounts for $28.8 billion
out of $30.6 billion of the UK investments in Azerbaijan's economy.
The UK is also the biggest investor in Azerbaijan.
The trade turnover between the two countries amounted to $667.8
million in 2021 and to $178.5 million in the first quarter of
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