01/July/2022 News of the MFA
TASHKENT, July 1. /“Dunyo” IA/. On June 29, acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Vladimir Norov received the newly appointed Ambassador of Montenegro to Uzbekistan (with residence in Moscow) Milorad Šćepanović, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.
According to Uzbekistan MFA, Uzbekistan’s Foreign Minister congratulated the Ambassador on his appointment to a high and responsible post, wishing him fruitful work.
Expressing gratitude for the warm welcome, Milorad Ščepanović noted that Montenegro considers Uzbekistan as a key state in the region, cooperation with which is of priority importance for Podgorica.
A high assessment was given to the Development Strategy of the New Uzbekistan, which contributes not only to the transformation of the country itself, but also to a change in the political atmosphere throughout Central Asia. The importance of the reform of the Basic Law launched in the country was noted, which, according to the diplomat, can serve as an example of effective protection of citizens' rights and freedoms at the constitutional level.
The parties considered specific proposals to activate trade-economic ties, including increasing the volume of trade turnover, cooperation between business entities and chambers of commerce and industry, implementing joint investment projects in non-ferrous metallurgy, mechanical engineering, pharmaceuticals, tourism.
The readiness of the parties to strengthen cooperation in the cultural-humanitarian sphere was noted. The Ambassador announced the intention of representatives of Montenegro to take part in major international events held in Uzbekistan.
The parties also exchanged views on the current aspects of international and regional policy, including the situation in Afghanistan.
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