Polish delegation holds political talks in Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Oct. 13 / Trend D.Azizov /
A Polish delegation led by Deputy Foreign Minister Henryk Litwin paid a visit to Uzbekistan on Oct.12-13 to participate in the fifth round of the Uzbek-Polish political consultations, the Uzbek foreign ministry reported.
The Polish delegation held talks with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade Elyor Ganiyev, and Foreign Minister Vladimir Norov.
The sides considered issues of developing bilateral relations in politics, trade-economic and cultural-humanitarian spheres. They also exchanged opinion on international and regional issues of mutual interest.
During these meetings, the sides considered issues of further deepening and expanding bilateral collaboration in various spheres. The sides discussed actual issues of regional security, including achievement of peace and stability in Afghanistan, situation in Kyrgyz Republic, as well as rational use of water resources at trans-boundary rivers in Central Asia.
The sides noted high level of the Uzbek-Polish relations and called for its further development in all directions. The sides expressed interest in continuation of political dialogue between two states, the ministry reported.
The sides underlined that strengthening foreign political interaction create real conditions for further development of bilateral relations, strengthen coordination and mutual understanding on key international and regional issues, which meet interests of both countries and assist to lift cooperation to new level.
Following the talks held in constructive and business atmosphere, the sides agreed to hold next round of political consultation between Foreign Ministries of Poland and Uzbekistan in Warsaw, Poland, in 2011.