The leaders of Uzbekistan and India will hold an online summit

In accordance with the agreements reached earlier at the highest level, on December 11 this year, a summit of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and the Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi will be held in the format of a video conference.

The agenda of the event includes topical issues of further strengthening the Uzbek-Indian relations of friendship and strategic partnership, expanding multifaceted cooperation in political, trade, economic, investment, cultural, humanitarian and other spheres.

Particular attention will be paid to the issues of continuing close cooperation to overcome the consequences of the global spread of coronavirus infection.

It is also planned to consider priority programs and projects aimed at increasing the volume of mutual trade, developing transport links, strengthening cooperation in agriculture, energy, information and communication technologies, healthcare, pharmaceuticals and other industries, as well as enhancing interregional contacts, educational and humanitarian exchange.

During the summit, the leaders of the two countries will exchange views on the situation in the world and the Central Asian region, and discuss measures to effectively counter modern challenges and threats.

Following the summit meeting, a Joint Statement will be adopted and a number of intergovernmental and interdepartmental agreements will be signed in the field of economy and innovation, financial and technical assistance, customs and technical regulation of trade, training and joint scientific research.