During his official visit to Iran, President Mirziyoyev held talks with President Raisi and Iran’s Supreme Spiritual Leader Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei. They discussed cooperation prospects and regional issues. A joint declaration on strengthening cooperation and several agreements were signed.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev held talks with FAO Director-General Qiu Dunyu during his state visit to Italy. They discussed enhancing cooperation in agriculture and food security and developing a new comprehensive cooperation program until 2030.
President of Uzbekistan held talks with Italian President and PM in Rome. They discussed economic, humanitarian, regional and international issues and signed a joint declaration on strategic partnership. Uzbek-Italian business forum resulted in agreements worth over €9 billion.
During a meeting with the Emir of Qatar in Samarkand, President Mirziyoyev said that the two countries would develop a “comprehensive partnership” in various fields. The leaders also agreed to increase the trade volume between their countries. They signed 15 documents to enhance their cooperation.
President of Singapore Halimah Yacob visited Uzbekistan, where she held talks with President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. The sides discussed bolstering trade, investment, cultural exchanges, and regional integration. Key agreements were signed, further cementing cooperation in various sectors.
President of Uzbekistan met with his Chinese counterpart in Xi’an to discuss bilateral cooperation. The two leaders adopted a program for the development of a comprehensive strategic partnership in the new era between the two countries for 2023−2027 and signed 41 documents, covering various areas.
“Uzbekistan must be associated with stability, reliability and predictability for foreign investors. We are ready to create all conditions for every German businessman to feel free and confident in our country,” Shavkat Mirziyoyev told German business leaders at a meeting in Berlin.
The Presidents of Uzbekistan and Germany held talks in Berlin, discussing priority areas of cooperation. Germany expressed readiness to support regional connectivity projects, including the EU’s Global Gateway initiative. The Goethe Institute is expected to expand activities to Uzbekistan’s regions.
The President of Uzbekistan held talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin. During the visit 16 intergovernmental and interdepartmental documents in various spheres, including economics, trade, finance, education, science, and innovation, were signed.
President Mirziyoyev is set to visit Germany on May 2−3. During his visit, the Uzbek President will meet with German President Steinmeier and Chancellor Olaf Scholz to discuss deepening bilateral relations. The President will also hold a separate meeting with German business leaders.
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