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UzLiDeP hosts a meeting with BISS delegation

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UzLiDeP hosts a meeting with BISS delegation

Delegation of the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies (BISS) visited the leading party in Uzbekistan – UzLiDeP. The delegation included Deputy Director Tatyana Shendik, department heads A.S. Dudarenok and Yu.M. Yarmolinsky, UzLiDeP reports.

At the meeting, views were exchanged on the progress of party building in both countries and prospects for establishing inter-party cooperation. The Belarusian side was also informed about the progress of the election campaign, the conditions created in Uzbekistan for transparent competition, the election campaign of UzLiDeP, the goals and objectives of the party.

Tatyana Shendik noted that BISS is studying with interest the experience of Uzbekistan in development of a multi-party system. At the same time, development of relations between political parties will contribute to Uzbekistan – Belarusian dialogue.

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