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A meeting with the Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation to Uzbekistan took place in the Senate

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A meeting with the Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation to Uzbekistan took place in the Senate

Chairperson of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis Tanzila Narbayeva met with the Head of the European Union Delegation to Uzbekistan, Ambassador Charlotte Adriaen, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.

According to the upper house of parliament, the state and prospects for the development of bilateral relations between Uzbekistan and the European Union, including the activation of inter-parliamentary ties were discussed at the meeting.

The European side highly appreciated the ongoing reforms in the country, welcomed Uzbekistan’s openness to closer international cooperation, the creation of conditions for investment and economic growth.

According to the participants, Uzbekistan’s obtaining the status of a beneficiary country of the GSP+ system is recognition of the reforms being implemented in the country, to improve the business climate.

Guests were informed about the three important areas of reforms of the European Union in 2021-2027.

Issues of development of trade-economic ties, partnership in education, research, innovation and environmental protection, ensuring gender equality and other aspects of mutually beneficial interest were also discussed.

“Dunyo” IA