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Gala cocktail reception

DOWNSTREAM CENTRAL ASIA AND CASPIAN

Gala cocktail reception

All of our conference attendees are invited to an exquisite gala cocktail reception sponsored by Aspen Technology, Platinum Partner of Downstream Central Asia!

Location: Hilton Tashkent City

A breathtaking panoramic view of the city opens from the 21st floor of the Hilton Tashkent City hotel, including its actively changing central part. 

Conference delegates will have a wonderful view of the city buildings stretching far beyond the horizon. And with the onset of dusk, all this turns into a multi-coloured sea of ​​lights – the pale pink colours of the sunset, smoothly flowing into the yellow-blue highlights of the metropolis. Such an amazing atmosphere to combine relaxation and business networking. 

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