Baku, Azerbaijan, February 24
By Fakhri Vakilov-Trend:
Uzbek Ambassador to the Czech Republic with residence in Berlin, Nabijon Kasimov, presented his credentials to Czech President Milos Zeman, Trend reports with reference to the press service of Uzbek Foreign Ministry.
Head of the Czech Republic welcomed the reforms being carried out in Uzbekistan and the policy of openness pursued by the leadership both within the country and internationally during the conversation that held at the ceremony.
President of Czech Republic particularly emphasized the role of Uzbekistan in strengthening good-neighborly relations and cooperation in Central Asia, as well as involving neighboring Afghanistan in this process, which contributes to ensuring stability and sustainable development in the region.
"President Milos Zeman noted the interest of Czech side in enhancing multi-faceted cooperation with Uzbekistan, as well as the readiness to provide necessary assistance to the reform processes in our country," the press service of Foreign Ministry said.
Czech president supported Uzbek side’s desire to intensify economic diplomacy in relations between two countries, which could stimulate the promotion of cooperation in other areas.
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