The Head of nation Islam Karimov has met with Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev on March 17.
At the official welcoming ceremony at Kuksaroy, a guard of honor lined up in tribute to the guest, and national anthems of the two countries got played when the heads of state raised to the podium. Presidents Karimov and Nazarbayev walked by the guard of honor.
At the talks tet-a-tet, the leaders discussed the current state and prospects of bilateral relations, cooperation within international organizations, as well as regional and international issues of mutual interest.
President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met with Richard Holbrooke, US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, at Oqsaroy on February19, 2010.
Welcoming the prominent US diplomat, the head of Uzbekistan expressed the attitude of the country toward further development of Uzbek-American relations on a constructive basis to ensure peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Today, Uzbekistan supplies this country with energy, soft commodities, builds transportation system and provides aid in different spheres of socioeconomic reconstruction. For example, the volume of Uzbek energy supplied to Afghanistan has increased several times this year...
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met with president of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) Haruhiko Kuroda at Oqsaroy, February 16.
Welcoming the guest, the Head of state held that Uzbekistan has actively interacted with numerous authoritative international financial institutions, yet it attaches a particular magnitude to the expansion of cooperation with the ADB.
A long-standing and reliable partner of the republic, the ADB has consistently elaborated – together with Uzbek specialists – and implemented a strategy of cooperation with our nation in various sectors of economy. The 43rd Annual Meeting of ADB, to be called in early May this year in Tashkent, will be the Bank’s first such gathering in the Central Asian region, in acknowledgement by the international community of the model of economic reforms constantly perfected in the republic.
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov has met with the Prime Minister of Kyrgyz Republic Daniyar Usenov at Oqsaroy, December 28.
Greeting the guest with appointment to a position of Prime Minister, Head of Uzbekistan noted that the participation of Kyrgyz delegation in the joint Uzbek-Kyrgyz intergovernmental commission on such a level is remarkable in the efforts to improve mutual cooperation.
Today, developing bilateral relations between Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan on constructive base is a priority. Widening trade and economic as well as cultural cooperation is also essential.
President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met a group of US scholars headed by S.Frederick Starr, chairman of Central Asia-Caucasus Institute of the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, at Oqsaroy residence on December 2.
As the head of our state noted, the visit by prominent American political analysts to Uzbekistan constitutes a good opportunity for them to get closely acquainted with the life of the republic, the level of economic, educational and academic development, and the potential of the country in general.
The President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met the chairman of the Council for Rail Transport of the Commonwealth of Independent States, President of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin at Oqsaroy Residence on 27 October.
The head of the state noted the consistent development of cooperation of CIS and Baltic States railway workers, a clear confirmation of what was the conduction of the Tashkent Railway Forum.
The sides exchanged views on further development of cooperation between the railway companies of Uzbekistan and the CIS and Baltic
President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov received Indian Foreign Minister Somanahalli Krishna in Tashkent on 23 October.
Welcoming the guest, the head of Uzbekistan said that the relations between the two states were developing successfully. They are based on historical, cultural and spiritual closeness of the people of the two countries.
The Uzbek-Indian relations are based on the principles of mutual trust and respect. The two states have established close and constructive contacts on the highest level.