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22/September/2022   News of the MFA

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan met with the UN Under-Secretary-General, in New York

TASHKENT, September 22. /“Dunyo” IA/. On 19 September, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Vladimir Norov met with Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Office, Vladimir Voronkov, in New York, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.


According to Uzbekistan MFA, the parties noted with satisfaction that in recent years the cooperation of Uzbekistan with the UN and its structures has risen to a qualitatively new level, enriched with practical content.

It was emphasized that there are opportunities for further strengthening partnership in areas of mutual interest, including within the framework of the Joint Action Plan for the implementation of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia and the Roadmap for Bilateral Cooperation.

Vladimir Voronkov highly appreciated the large-scale reforms carried out in Uzbekistan, the active efforts of the country to enhance international and regional cooperation. Attention was paid to the successful chairmanship of Uzbekistan in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the significant results of the Organization's Summit held recently in Samarkand.

Uzbekistan's success in ensuring peace and stability in the region and the country, countering extremism and terrorism, promoting tolerance, interreligious and intercultural dialogue, implementing effective youth policy, returning and integrating women and children from conflict zones into society were noted. 

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