Anwar Ibrahim: “You can trust Uzbekistan. You can cooperate with this state”

UZA News

Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, who was invited by Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, arrived in Samarkand on May 18.

Upon his arrival at Samarkand International Airport, Anwar Ibrahim was greeted by First Deputy Prime Minister A. Ramatov, Deputy Prime Minister J. Khojayev, Hokim of Samarkand region E. Turdimov, and other officials.

During his visit, the Prime Minister of Malaysia also paid a visit to the renowned Imam Bukhari complex, where he was able to witness the impressive work being done to preserve and promote the teachings of the great hadith scholar. He also had the opportunity to visit the Imam Bukhari International Research Center, which was established under the leadership of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, and was presented with several books by Imam Bukhari himself.

Aside from his cultural and religious visits, Anwar Ibrahim also participated in the Uzbekistan-Malaysia Business Forum, where he praised the recent economic reforms in Uzbekistan and expressed his trust and willingness to cooperate with the country in various fields such as energy, digital technology, and tourism.

During his stay, Anwar Ibrahim also visited other historical and cultural sites in Samarkand, including the Shakhi Zinda complex and the mausoleum of Amir Temur, where he learned about the rich history and cultural heritage of Uzbekistan.

The visit of the Malaysian Prime Minister to Uzbekistan is ongoing.

Golib Khasanov, photos by Nosirjon Khaydarov and Alisher Isroilov, UzA

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