Baku, Azerbaijan, Apr. 5
By Elena Kosolapova – Trend:
Presidents of Russia and Uzbekistan Vladimir Putin and Shavkat Mirziyoyev support the further development of cooperation in military and technical spheres, says a joint statement of the two presidents following the negotiations held in Moscow Apr. 5.
During the negotiations, heads of the two states exchanged views on topical issues of regional and international agenda.
It was stressed that the fight against terrorism, separatism, extremism in all their manifestations, transnational organized crime, illegal production and trafficking of drugs, illegal trade of arms, ammunition and explosive devices, illegal migration will remain one of the priority tasks of cooperation between law enforcement agencies of the two countries, says the statement.
The two presidents also reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening the central coordinating role of the UN in international relations and noted that Russia and Uzbekistan intend to further adhere to the universally recognized principles and norms of international law, as well as the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, primarily those related to the maintenance of international peace, security, development of cooperation between states, mutual respect for sovereignty, territorial integrity, inviolability of borders, non-aggression and non-interference in internal affairs.
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