Participants of dialogue "India-Central Asia" to contribute into peaceful regulation in Afghanistan
Almaty. January 14. KazTAG - Foreign Ministers of the member states of the dialogue "India-Central Asia" have agreed to contribute into peaceful regulation in Afghanistan, reports UzTAG.
"The first meeting of Foreign Ministers of the dialogue "India-Central Asia" involving Afghanistan took place on January 12-13," reads the message of the press-service of Foreign Ministry of Uzbekistan.
The meeting took place in the Palace of Forums in Samarkand chaired by Abdulaziz Kamilov, Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan, and Sushma Svaraj, Foreign Minister of India. The plenary session also involved the delegation of Afghanistan chaired by Salahuddin Rabbani, Foreign Minister of Afghanistan.
Foreign Ministers of Kazakhstan Beibut Atamkulov, Kyrgyzstan Chingiz Aidabekov, Tajikistan Siridhiddin Mukhriddin, Turkmenistan Rashid Meredov discussed a wide spectrum of issues aimed at extension of friendly and mutually beneficial relations between India and CA states in bilateral and multilateral formats.
The parties discussed mutual trade, prospects of interaction strengthening in investments attraction, innovations, technologies in the economy of states of the region, development of transit and transport-communication potentials for CA states, increase of tourist trips and joint projects in the field of science, medicine, education and sports.
"The Foreign Ministers of the India-Central Asia Dialogue welcomed the participation of a representative Afghan delegation at their first meeting and stressed their commitment to promoting the economic reconstruction of Afghanistan through joint infrastructure, transit, energy and other projects that contribute to the country's integration into the system of regional and world economic relations," reads the message.
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