Uzbekistan and Turkey are strengthening relations in the political, economic, transport and communication, investment and other spheres.
On March 9, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov had a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu. They deliberated on the approaches to enhancing relations in the political, economic, transport and communication, investment and other spheres. The parties agreed to open a branch of Bahcesehir University in the Republic of Uzbekistan, the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan reported.
The officials discussed the promising aspects of mutually beneficial bilateral relations in various spheres of life of the two states, as well as a number of joint events, which would take place this year. These include the 2nd meeting of the Uzbekistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council.
They demonstrated lively interest in promoting partnerships within the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States and educational organisations.
Kamilov invited the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey to take part at the interethnic conference “Central and South Asia: Regional Relations. Challenges and Opportunities” and the Sharq Taronalari international festival, which would take place in the Republic.
In conclusion, the parties signed the Partnership Programme for 2022-2023 between the foreign ministries of the two states.