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NATO Representative In Uzbek Capital

Prospects of relations between Uzbekistan and NATO discussed in Tashkent

by D. Azizov

Tashkent: Perspectives of relations between Uzbekistan and NATO are discussed in Tashkent with the NATO Secretary General’ s Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia James Appathurai.

According to the press service of the Uzbek Foreign Ministry, James Appathurai and representatives of the ministry discussed the state and prospects of relations between Uzbekistan and NATO in various fields.

During a meeting at the Foreign Ministry, the sides also exchanged views on certain aspects of international and regional range of problems.

According to the visit’s program, the NATO Secretary General’ s Special Representative will hold meetings in Tashkent with representatives of the Ministries of Defence, Health, the State Customs Committee and other agencies. He will also meet with the students and professors of the University of World Economy and Diplomacy.

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