Sunday, 26, May, 2024

On the sidelines of the second Ministerial Meeting of the Strategic Dialogue Central Asia-Gulf Cooperation Council, the Foreign Minister Bakhtiyor Saidov hosted his Kyrgyz counterpart, Jeenbek Kulubaev on Sunday. The meeting took place against the backdrop of strengthening regional ties, witnessed the signing of the Roadmap on preparation for the upcoming high-level talks.

“Happy to welcome Foreign Minister of Kyrgyzstan H.E. Jeenbek Kulubaev, who arrived in Tashkent to take part in the Second Foreign Ministerial Meeting of the Strategic Dialogue “Central Asia – Gulf Cooperation Council”. Without any doubt there is an unprecedented level of close ties in all dimensions. Highlighted the important role model of Central Asia today as never before that demonstrates the region of good neighborliness ties. Also signed the Roadmap on preparation for the upcoming high-level engagements”, the Minister Saidov said on his Telegram channel.

Throughout the discussions, the two ministers underscored the unprecedented level of bilateral ties, emphasizing the pivotal role Central Asia plays today in fostering good neighborliness.

The foreign ministers delved into various dimensions of their cooperation, in particular the ongoing projects and initiatives aimed at advancing bilateral ties, particularly in sectors such as industry, energy, and agriculture. The ministers also reviewed the progress made in implementing agreements between the presidents of the two nations.

One of the focal points of the meeting was the synchronization of upcoming foreign policy events at the highest levels. This synchronization ensures that both countries are aligned in their approach to regional and international affairs. The signing of the Roadmap signifies a commitment to prepare thoroughly for upcoming summit meetings, aimed at consolidating previously reached agreements and fostering further development in Kyrgyz-Uzbek relations.

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