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23/April/2021   Politics

Uzbekistan Embassy takes part in the international webinar on Roadmap to Peace in Afghanistan


DELHI, April 23. /“Dunyo” IA/. Yesterday, Ambassador of Uzbekistan Dilshod Akhatov took part in the international webinar on “Roadmap to Peace in Afghanistan”, organized by the India’s think tank Tillotoma Foundation, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.

The Ambassador informed the participants of the event about the initiatives of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to achieve peace and stability, the socio-economic development of Afghanistan. The role of the country in practical assistance to the neighboring country was emphasized.

The participants were informed about the current state and vision of the prospects for Uzbekistan – Afghanistan cooperation, as well as the organization, at the initiative of the President of Uzbekistan, of the International Conference “Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity. Challenges and Opportunities”, at which it is planned, among other things, to discuss the issues of involving Afghanistan in the regional economic process.

The participants focused on the need for reaching an agreement on a ceasefire and creating favorable conditions for the continuation of peaceful dialogue. It was emphasized that the international community must understand and take measures to prevent the destabilization of Afghanistan.

Following the event, the participants agreed that the resolution of the Afghan conflict in the region and the world will contribute to great positive changes in politics and economics, the intensification of economic processes with the involvement of Afghanistan, as well as increase the geo-economic significance of the country.

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