Key Priorities of Uzbekistan for the Comprehensive Development of Transport Corridors in Central Asia
Over the past 4 years, Uzbekistan under the leadership of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has been carrying out systemic reforms aimed at liberalizing and modernizing the national economy, ensuring its sustainable development and consistent integration into world economic relations. Improving the competitiveness of manufactured products and the country's export potential are identified as the most important priorities in this direction.
Iran has always prioritized expansion of relations with the Central Asian countries and for the same reason Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will take a four-day tour to these states in the coming days, the foreign ministry spokesman announced on Friday.
Countries, so-called the Central Asians, of Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan, all in a hidden and intangible unity pursue a policy in their political, social, and even economic relations.
Commercial Envoy of the Iranian Embassy to Afghanistan said that Afghanistan can be Iran’s new transit route for exporting products to the Central Asian states.
Iranian First Vice-President Es’hagh Jahangiri has met with Azerbaijani prime minister Novruz Mammadov to discuss bilateral cooperation.
TEHRAN – The defeat of Daesh (ISIS) in Iraq and Syria has made the terrorist group to change the geography of its activities and Central Asian countries must be watchful of this threat, Iranian Ambassador to Tajikistan Hojjatollah Faghani warned in a meeting with Tajik Parliament speaker Shukurjon Zuhurov in Dushanbe on Sunday. Faghani also […]