Uzbekistan and Great Britain Forge Comprehensive Cooperation with Signed Declaration

The Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan, Bakhtiyor Saidov, and his British counterpart, David Cameron, inked a Declaration of Comprehensive Cooperation during Cameron's official visit to Uzbekistan on Tuesday.

Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reported on the signing.

In a statement, the agency quoted, “Our discussions were both productive and substantive, allowing us to outline key objectives aimed at bolstering Uzbek-British relations across all spheres.”

Emphasis was placed on enhancing economic ties, with the Uzbek Foreign Ministry highlighting Britain’s commitment to advancing business connections and fostering collaboration in education. Additionally, both parties signed a Declaration of Comprehensive Cooperation and a Memorandum of Understanding in the realms of regional and international relations as well as infrastructure.

The visit marks a significant milestone, considering the last visit by a head of the British Foreign Office to Uzbekistan occurred in January 1996.





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