During his visit, Erdogan is expected to discuss bilateral, economic and political relations with his Uzbek counterpart Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
The official unveiling ceremony of the Astana International Financial Center (AIFC) will be held on the sidelines of the Astana Finance Days in early July during the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the Kazakh capital. AIFC Governor Kairat Kelimbetov sat down with Kazinform correspondent to share the details about two years the Center was in the making, its plans for the future and target indicators of the financial platform created in Kazakhstan.
Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov has visited Uzbekistan's western region of Khorezm, which neighbors Turkmenistan, on the last day of his official visit.
A rare summit held at the strategic crossroads of Russia and China last month signalled a welcome thaw between two regional rivals in Central Asia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
AKIPRESS.COM - South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has embarked on a three-day trip to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, KBS World Radio reports.
Addressing the Security Council on April 14, Ambassador Kairat Umarov, Permanent Representatives of Kazakhstan to the UN in New York, said: "We call on all parties to prevent further military escalation and take effective steps aimed at restoring confidence, establishing peace and ensuring security in the long suffering land of Syria on the basis of the UN Charter and the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council."
ASTANA (TCA) — An international business forum "Investment Climate in Kazakhstan: Institute of the Investment Ombudsman and Mechanisms for Combating Corruption" was held in Astana on April 11, the official website of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan reported.
Although, none of the Central Asian countries or China and Russia are interested in any conflicts in the region, however a conflict is inevitable, experts speculate, as the time and water are running out.
Tajikistan has begun supplying Uzbekistan with electricity, Tajik media reported this week. According to RFE/RL’s Tajik Service, locally known as Radio Ozodi, after a nine-year interruption, the energy trade across the Tajik-Uzbek border has resumed. Specifically, Tajikistan has begun supplying Uzbekistan with electricity via a power line running from the Regar substation, near the city of Tursunzoda west of Dushanbe, to the Gulcha substation across the border in Uzbekistan.
Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have agreed on cooperation of universities, TajikTA news agency reported April 2.