Tashkent, Uzbekistan, April 10
By Demir Azizov - Trend:
The Uzbek and Chinese foreign ministries held consultations in Tashkent April 6-8, the Uzbek foreign ministry reported.
The delegations considered the legal base of the Uzbek-Chinese relations.
The Chinese delegation was headed by Guo Xiaomei, advisor to the law and treaty department of the country's foreign ministry.
The sides also exchanged views on the drafts of bilateral documents to be signed during the upcoming joint meetings.
According to the Uzbek foreign ministry, the diplomatic relations between the countries were established in January 1992.
The Uzbek-Chinese relations are governed by a solid package of intergovernmental documents.
Among them are the trade and economic agreement (1992), the program of intergovernmental cooperation in non-resource and high-tech areas (2010), the treaty of amity and cooperation, joint declaration on the establishment of strategic partnership (2012) and joint declaration on further development and intensifying of bilateral strategic partnership (2013), the program of strategic partnership development in 2014-2018, the agreement on encouragement and mutual protection of investments.