Cooperation between Central Asian and Gulf countries discussed at Second Foreign Ministerial Meeting

UZA News

The Second Foreign Ministerial Meeting of Central Asia and the Gulf Cooperation Council, which took place in Tashkent, focused on enhancing beneficial collaboration. Bakhromjon Aloyev, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, shared this information during a press briefing following the event. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, the meeting addressed various areas of cooperation such as trade, economy, investment, transportation, communication, culture, humanitarian issues, environment, and tourism. The ministers also exchanged views on international and regional matters, including Afghanistan, the Middle East, and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. They reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening cooperation based on shared values and interests. The next Strategic Dialogue between Central Asia and the Gulf Cooperation Council is scheduled to take place in Samarkand in 2025. The foreign ministers of both regions will convene again in Kuwait in 2026. The meeting was an important step towards unlocking the potential of both regions and fostering mutual understanding, dialogue, and partnership. Aziza Alimova, UzA.

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