Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov arrived in Berlin on September 28 for a working visit at the invitation of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Japarov is scheduled to participate in the “Germany-Central Asia” Summit on September 29, TuraNews.kz reports.
Other members of the Kyrgyz delegation include First Lady Aigul Japarova, Foreign Minister Jeenbek Kulubaev, Head of the Foreign Policy Department of the Presidential Administration Muratbek Azymbakiev, Director of the National Investment Agency under the President Talantbek Imanov, and Deputy Minister of Economy and Commerce Kanat Abdrakhmanov.
During his visit, Japarov is scheduled to hold bilateral negotiations with Scholz, participate in a joint meeting of Central Asian leaders with German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and meet with members of the German business association “Eastern Committee of the German Economy.”
The “Germany-Central Asia” Summit is a high-level meeting between German and Central Asian leaders to discuss issues of mutual interest, including cooperation on trade, investment, security, and climate change. The summit is expected to produce a number of concrete agreements aimed at strengthening ties between Germany and Central Asia.