Stanford University is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Uzbekistan and the United States
Ambassador of Uzbekistan Javlon Vahobov met with Michael McFaul, Director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.
During the talks with the American side, the sides discussed issues of foreign policy and economic diplomacy of our country, aimed at further strengthening trust and strategic partnership with Central Asia, as well as expanding mutually beneficial and multifaceted relations with other countries.
It was noted that the main task of Uzbekistan will be to further strengthen good neighborly relations with Central Asian countries. Our country also continues to assist Afghanistan in restoring peace and stability and preventing the economic and humanitarian crisis in that country. Uzbekistan was one of the first countries to send humanitarian aid to the Afghan people, including food, medicine and clothing. In addition, the first expanded working meeting at the level of deputy heads of government of the two countries was held on October 16 in Termez, where trade and economic issues were discussed.
Ambassador Javlon Vahobov also gave information about the economic reforms in the country, the huge investment potential, as well as the conditions created in Uzbekistan for representatives of foreign educational institutions.