High-level Covid-19 Crisis Discussion:
Supporting Private-Sector Recovery in Central Asia
10 June 2020
10:00 GMT+2: France, Belgium
11:00 GMT+3: Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine
12:00 GMT+4: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
12:30 GMT+4.30: Afghanistan
13.00 GMT+5: Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
14:00 GMT +6: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan
16.00 GMT +8: Mongolia
To support governments in Central Asia, the OECD has undertaken a regional analysis of the likely impact of COVID-19 on countries in the region, examining vulnerabilities and strengths, while also looking to share with our partners relevant OECD experience that might assist them as they formulate their policy responses to the crisis.
To discuss this work and to look at how OECD experience could help the countries of Central Asia, join us on 10 June for a high-level, ministerial session with the governments of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
Draft Agenda, Updated OECD Covid-19 Crisis Policy Note for Central Asia to be sent shortly.
Virtual Meeting Zoom Registration link here.
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For more information on the webinar, please contact Luke Mackle: email@example.com
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