Uzbekistan and Tajikistan sign Treaty on Allied Relations

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon signed a Treaty on Allied Relations, the presidential press service of Uzbekistan reports.

It was emphasized that the signing of the Treaty on Allied Relations symbolizes the transition to a qualitatively new stage in relations between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

“Friendly relations between our countries have risen to an unprecedented level as a result of active dialogue at the highest level. To implement the Treaty on Allied Relations signed today, it is necessary to increase the effectiveness of contacts at all levels – parliaments, governments, foreign affairs agencies, ministries and regions,” Shavkat Mirziyoyev noted.

Tajikistan is Uzbekistan’s closest, most reliable, and time-tested strategic partner, Shavkat Mirziyoyev said to media representatives.

Emomali Rahmon expressed satisfaction with the high level of political ties with Uzbekistan, the development and expansion of cooperation in the fields of trade, economics, culture and security.

“I am confident that the Treaty will contribute to the development of our interaction. This document will also become an important factor in strengthening peace and stability in Central Asia,” Rahmon said.

In general, 28 documents were signed during the visit, covering almost all areas of cooperation between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.

These documents included the Cooperation Agreement in industry; the Cooperation Agreement in industrial property protection; the Cooperation Agreement in certification of highly qualified scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel; the Agreement on scientific cooperation between the Academies of Sciences; the Protocols on introducing amendments and additions to agreements on checkpoints across the state border, international road, and air traffic; the Protocol on cooperation in veterinary medicine and food safety; the Protocol on cooperation between agencies for the development of competition and protection of consumer rights; the Roadmaps for cooperation in culture and tourism, for further development of cooperation in agriculture; the Cooperation agreements and roadmaps for 2024-2026 between Andijan, Namangan, Syrdarya, Fergana, Khorezm regions and Sughd region, between Kashkadarya region and Khatlon region, as well as other documents.

AKIpress

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