76th Plenary Meeting
Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
October 22-27, 2017

"Cotton in the Era of Globalization and Technological Progress"


AGENDA & PRESENTATIONS (As of April 19, 2017)

- TECHNICAL TOUR (October 27-29, 2017)



On behalf of the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the 76th Plenary Meeting will be held at the International Tashkent Hotel, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on October 22-27, 2017.

Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan and one of the largest cities in Central Asia as well as an important aviation, railroad and automobile junction. Historians believe that Tashkent is more than 2,000 years old, starting from first settlements and growing to a modern large city with crowded avenues, numerous cars, high-rise buildings and parking spaces.

The modern Tashkent is an economic, cultural and political center of the region where one can find offices of foreign companies, international business centers, enterprises, car dealerships, petroleum companies, banks, modern boutiques.


The current weather forecast in Tashkent can be viewed at either BBC or weather.com.

Currency and Time Converters

The current time in Tashkent can be viewed at timeanddate.com, and a simple currency converter can be found at xe.net/.


In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, foreign citizens and people without citizenship can enter for transit or travel along the territory of the country only on the basis of a visa. Foreign citizens and people without citizenship can obtain visas in the diplomatic or consular offices located beyond the borders of the Uzbekistan Republic (visa approval is confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Uzbekistan Republic)*. Visa approval is obtained on the basis of a statement of the local inviting organization, company and a person (living in Uzbekistan on a permanent or temporary basis) and is submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Uzbekistan Republic. 

*For the participants of the 76th ICAC Plenary Meeting visas are issued free of charge.


Registration on-line is mandatory. There are two types of registrations:
  • Member Official DelegatesOnly those persons included in the official roster sent in advance to the ICAC Secretariat by member governments will be accredited as Official Delegates. Their registration fee is complimentary but mandatory.
  • Observers: The registration fee for Observers is US$650. One complimentary registration is given per delegation representing a non-member government and international organization. Observers are eligible to attend all plenary sessions and social activities, including coffee and tea breaks, conference lunches each day and all dinners and receptions.

Additional Information

Should you need further information, please send an email to plenaryinformation@icac.org.

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