State-calls to Uzbekistan

Uzbek-Japanese business forum held in Tashkent

On October 25 Uzbek-Japanese business forum was held within the framework of the official visit of Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in our country.

The opening ceremony was attended by President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Islam Karimov noted that Japan is one of the most reliable partners of Uzbekistan. Cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan are developing in all sectors, and the current business forum is of great importance in further strengthening our trade and economic, investment, cultural and humanitarian ties.

Shinzo Abe underscored that he appreciated the fruitful cooperation between our countries and supports their further development, and noted that the Uzbek economy has been developing with a dynamic pace.


Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan Look to New Horizons of Friendship and Cooperation Tested by Time

As it was reported earlier, on the invitation of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov arrived October 7 in our country with an official visit.

The main events of the visit took place on October 8.

The official ceremony of meeting the President of Turkmenistan took place at the Kuksaroy residence. Islam Karimov and Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov walked through the honorary squad that lined up in tribute to the leaders of our two nations.


Islam Karimov Receives the President of Korea EximBank

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met with Chairman and President of the Export-Import Bank (EximBank) of the Republic of Korea, Lee Duk-Hoon, on September 22 at the Oqsaroy.

Welcoming the guest, head of our state noted the comprehensive and dynamic development of relations between our two nations.

Islam Karimov’s state visit to South Korea in May 2015, the first visit abroad following the presidential elections in Uzbekistan, underlined the scope and prospects for expanding the bilateral multifaceted and mutually beneficial cooperation.

During the talks at the Oqsaroy, the participants discussed issues pertinent to furthering the investment interaction between Uzbekistan and the Korea EximBank.


Islam Karimov Receives the Chief of Isuzu Motors

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met with Susumu Hosoi, Chairman of Isuzu Motors Ltd., on July 29 at the Oqsaroy.

The head of state noted the high level of cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan in various fields. The mutually beneficial partnership with Japan’s leading high-tech companies has been steadily expanding.

Agreement on the entry of Isuzu Motors Ltd. to the board of founders of SamAuto has been signed in Tashkent between the Uzavtosanoat Joint-Stock Company and the Japanese manufacturer.


Islam Karimov Meets with Chief of the U.S. Central Command

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov received Lloyd Austin, Commander of the United States Central Command, at the Oqsaroy July 27.

Greeting the guest, the head of our state underlined the constructive nature of the current Uzbek-American relations built on mutual interest.

As it was stressed, the regular dialogue at various levels and dimensions allows Uzbekistan and the United States to steadiy advance the multifaceted and mutually advantageous cooperation.


President Islam Karimov Receives Russia’s Foreign Minister Lavrov

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov on July 15 at the Oqsaroy.

The relations between our two countries are built on the robust bedrock of strategic partnership and have been advancing steadily across practically all dimensions of interaction.

Extending a warm greeting to the guest, the head of our state said that the meeting is considered in Uzbekistan as a natural continuation of regular political contacts that allow the two sides to exchange views along the broad spectrum of issues of shared interest.


While on official visit in Uzbekistan, the Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi, accompanied by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev, traveled to the Shastri Square in Tashkent on July 7.

The high-ranking guest laid flowers to the monument of the outstanding politician and statesman of India – Lal Bahadur Shastri.


Uzbekistan, India to Afford a New Impetus to Bilateral Cooperation

As it was reported earlier, at the invitation of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi arrived July 6 in Tashkent on an official visit.

The Uzbek-Indian relations are distinct with high level of bilateral interaction that is built on the centuries-old history of multifaceted friendly bonds between our two peoples.

India has been well known in our country from times immemorial as a land with rich history and unique culture, which our people is tied with ages-old cultural and trade relations. Yet crucially the two lands have been linked with earnest friendship.


Meeting at the Oqsaroy

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov on June 15 at the Oqsaroy met with President of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach and President of the Association of National Olympic Committees and the Olympic Council of Asia Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah.

Greeting the guests, the head of our state stressed the steadfast evolution of cooperation of Uzbekistan with the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Council of Asia.

Special significance is attached in our country to the development of physical culture and sports as one of the main factors in fostering the younger generation healthy and comprehensively advanced individuals. A modern broad-minded generation is being formed that thinks independently, that wields a strong willpower and determination. At the same time sport is an integral part of the education system. Young people, including girls, are actively involved in all types of sports.


Uzbekistan, UN Pledge to Bolster Cooperation for Peace and Sustainable Development

As it was reported, Secretary General of the United Nations Organization Ban Ki-moon arrived June 11 in our country with an official visit.

The meeting between President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon took place at the Kuksaroy residence on June 12.

The United Nations is a major international organization with 193 member countries. In six months of national independence, Uzbekistan acceded to this institution as a full-fledged member on 2 March 1992. Cooperation has been advancing consistently in the name of consolidating the peace and security, boosting healthcare, in environmental issues, education, culture, tourism and other realms.

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