Dushanbe, Tashkent to discuss border delimitation
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 17 / Trend V. Zhavoronkova /
A Regular meeting of the Tajik-Uzbek Intergovernmental Commission for Demarcation and Delimitation is expected to take place in Dushanbe from February 20-22, Asia-Plus reported on Friday.
The Uzbek delegation, headed by the First Vice Prime Minister Rustam Azimov, will travel to Dushanbe by train. The delegation consists of more than 25 representatives from Uzbekistan's ministries and agencies.
The Commission is expected to be co-chaired by Tajik Security Council Secretary Abdurahim Qahhorov and Uzbek Vice-Premier Rustam Azimov.
At present, some 80 percent of Tajikistan's common border with Uzbekistan has been reportedly delimitated. A total length of Tajik-Uzbek border is more than 1,200 kilometers.
Edited by V. Zhavoronkova