David Cameron arrived in Tashkent



British Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Minister David Cameron arrived in Tashkent today, April 23, as reported by UzA.

It is noted that Cameron is currently negotiating with Uzbekistan's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bakhtiyor Saidov.

Regional security, education, climate change, bilateral trade, and the development of business relations are being discussed at the meeting.

For your information, Cameron is traveling to Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Mongolia to discuss trade, security, and environmental cooperation issues. According to "The Independent," Cameron wants to exchange views on measures aimed at supporting the hard-won independence of Central Asian countries. He will also announce the doubling of funding for Chevening scholarships, which support overseas study at British universities, and £50 million in development spending across the region over the next three years.

We remind you that yesterday, on April 22, David Cameron went to Tajikistan and was received by President Emomali Rahmon. After that, he also met with the President of Kyrgyzstan, Sadir Japarov, in Bishkek.


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