Today, a historic document will be signed between Uzbekistan and Tajikistan



Today, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan are set to sign a landmark document - the Treaty on Alliance Relations. President Shavkat Mirziyoyev of Uzbekistan announced this during extended talks with Tajikistan's President Emomali Rahmon, involving both countries' official delegations.

Mirziyoyev stressed the need to enhance dialogues between parliaments, governments, foreign affairs agencies, ministries, and regions to implement the historic agreement on Union relations being signed today.

The negotiations delved into deepening strategic partnership and alliance relations, particularly in political, trade-economic, transport-communication, and cultural-humanitarian areas.

Mirziyoyev highlighted the unprecedented level of friendly relations between the two nations in recent years, emphasizing the immense potential for further cooperation.

Efforts to boost cross-border trade mechanisms and trade infrastructure were underscored, aiming to elevate trade volume to $2 billion.

Both presidents welcomed solid agreements on jointly implementing key projects across various sectors such as energy, electrical engineering, metallurgy, mining, textile, pharmaceuticals, and agro-industry.

They discussed continuing constructive dialogue on water use issues and the effective use of potential for interregional cooperation, stressing the importance of implementing agreements reached during the visit.

Transport and transit transport cooperation emerged as a strategic direction, with support pledged for expanding partnerships and creating conducive conditions for air and rail transport development and increasing transit cargo volume.

Both parties committed to actively supporting cultural and humanitarian exchange and promoting socio-economic projects in Afghanistan to combat modern threats.

They expressed readiness to continue mutual support within regional and international frameworks, with reports heard on the agendas of Deputy Prime Ministers and Ministers of Transport, Energy, and Agriculture.

At the negotiations' conclusion, the heads of state instructed the preparation of a joint "road map" and the establishment of mechanisms for effectively implementing the agreements reached.


Shavkat Mirziyoev Tojikiston O'zbekiston Imomali Rahmon

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