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Diplomatic Talks Foster Strengthened Relations between Uzbekistan and Gulf Arab States

Tashkent, February 27, 2024, The Europe Today: First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, Bahromjon Aloyev, convened a meeting yesterday with esteemed representatives from Gulf Arab nations. The meeting included the Ambassador of Qatar, Hasan Hamza Hashim, the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia, Yusuf al-Utaybi, the Ambassador of Oman, Wafa Jabr Nasir al-Busaidi, along with the Chargé d’Affaires of the United Arab Emirates, Muhammad al-He.

The discussions, as reported by AA correspondent of “Dunyo,” delved into a range of subjects aimed at enhancing diplomatic ties and fostering collaboration between Uzbekistan and the Gulf Arab States.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) disclosed that the conversation covered various facets of the general agenda, with particular emphasis on bolstering interregional cooperation across trade, economic, cultural, and humanitarian domains. The meeting provided a platform for the exchange of ideas and perspectives, highlighting the commitment to deepening ties between Uzbekistan and the Gulf Arab nations.

A key focal point of the talks was the ongoing preparations for upcoming collaborative initiatives, notably the “Gulf Arab States – Central Asia” forum. The leaders also discussed future joint events that aim to further solidify diplomatic relations and facilitate meaningful cooperation between the nations involved.

The diplomatic engagement underscores Uzbekistan’s commitment to expanding its global partnerships and fostering mutually beneficial relationships with countries in the Gulf region. As discussions continue, both parties express optimism about the prospect of enhanced cooperation and strengthened ties in the years ahead.