Alisher Islomidinzoda Ali MILE 21
Mr. Alisher Islomidinzoda Ali has been working for the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Republic of Tajikistan since 2010. Being a chief specialist of the WTO Affairs department he was involved in issues related to the bilateral and multilateral negotiations on trade issues at the WTO and its member states during the accession of Tajikistan to the WTO.
As a government official, he was nominated to attend several courses organised by the World Trade Organization. Alisher has also had an opportunity to be an intern in the WTO mission internship programme in 2013 in Geneva.
He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of the Republic of Tajikistan, faculty of Engineer business and management, of higher education qualification. His final paper was about “Management analysis, strengths and weaknesses of business enterprises”.
Alisher started his work experience in the private business sector in his country. Due to his experience as Chief Specialist of Marketing Issues, and also as a hardworking person, he had the opportunity to become the Director of Trade Center.
Before starting his academic journey, Alisher had been appointed to the position of the Counselor of the Permanent Mission, of the Republic of Tajikistan to the UN office and other international organisations in Geneva.
Being a representative of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade in Tajikistan's Permanent Mission, he collaborated with the WTO, UNCTAD, UNECE, WIPO, ITC and dealt with bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations, the implementation of Tajikistan’s obligations in the WTO, as well as economic analysis of the impacts from the accession of Tajikistan to the WTO.
Aside from trade policy issues, Alisher is fond of sports, fishing, a healthy lifestyle, cooking, playing musical instruments and traveling.