Tajikistan strives become one of the main players on the Russian fruit and dried fruit market. Tajikistan marketing strategy probably teaches a good lesson of how this ancient Asian country does its best to achieve the goal, using traditions of ancient hospitality.
A video, which appeared just recently, has hit the Russian internet. We decided to share it with the Fruitworldmedia.com audience to show the ancient tradition, probably just like at sultans’ palaces ages ago.
On this video you can see a reception, which was held last fall at Tadjik capital of Dushanbe for the Collective Security Treaty Organization leaders (ODKB block). The Tadjik president Emomali Rakhmon did his best to impress the top guests, presidents of several former Soviet Union states, including Russian president Vladimir Putin, Belarussian leader Alexander Lukashenko, Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbaev and leader Armenian Serzh Sargsyan. This Dushanbe Fruit Eden Garden, which Mr. Rakhmon ordered to make for his guests, is a very strong evidence of how important fruits and dried fruits in this culture are. Tajikistan is to join the Customs Treaty of the Eurasian Economic Union quite soon. And it has just received at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum a $40 million stabilization loan from Russia and other Eurasian Treaty countries to fix its budget misbalances.