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Abdulaziz Kamilov to take part in the Cooperation Forum “Republic of Korea – Central Asia”

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Abdulaziz Kamilov to take part in the Cooperation Forum “Republic of Korea – Central Asia”

On November 30, Uzbekistan delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulaziz Kamilov will take part in the 14th Cooperation Forum “Republic of Korea – Central Asia”, in Dushanbe.

According to Uzbekistan MFA, at the meeting, it is planned to discuss the current state and prospects of further development of relations between the Republic of Korea and the Central Asian countries.

The participants will exchange views on international and regional politics.

It is expected that the Forum will host thematic sessions in areas of cooperation with the participation of representatives of sectoral ministries and agencies of six countries.

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