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Documents aimed at strengthening the strategic partnership and developing allied relations were signed

As a result of the Uzbek-Kazakhstan summit, a ceremony of signing bilateral documents was held.

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed historical documents – the Treaty on Allied Relations and the Treaty on the Demarcation of the Uzbek-Kazakh State Border.

In addition, 15 documents were signed at the level of governments, ministries and departments, and large companies of the two countries, providing for the further expansion of multifaceted cooperation.

Among them are the agreements on the establishment of the International Center for Industrial Cooperation “Central Asia”, on cooperation in the field of environmental protection, on cooperation in the field of higher
and postgraduate education, the Protocol on Amendments to the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Conditions for Mutual Travel of Citizens, dated July 7, 2000.

Memorandums were adopted in the field of strategic reforms, the development of electronic commerce, forestry, public service, and “road maps” to expand cooperation between Tashkent and Turkestan, Navoi and Kyzylorda, Jizzakh and Turkestan regions, as well as agreements on the implementation of projects in the field of energy, chemical industry, transport and logistics.

Also, during the visit, trade contracts and investment agreements worth $8 billion were signed.


Source: president.uz