Russia and Uzbekistan to sign strategic partnership declaration at SCO summit
MOSCOW, September 13 – RIA Novosti. A comprehensive strategic partnership declaration between the Russian Federation and Uzbekistan will be signed after the meeting between President Vladimir Putin and Shavkat Mirziyoyev on the sidelines of the SCO summit in Samarkand. .
There will be very meaningful and long negotiations with the President of Uzbekistan, Mirziyoyev, who will host the summit. During these negotiations, a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Statement will be signed between Russia and Uzbekistan there (in Samarkand).
SCO is an international organization founded in 2001. India, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan participate. Observer countries – Afghanistan, Belarus, Iran and Mongolia, partner countries – Azerbaijan, Armenia, Cambodia, Nepal, Turkey and Sri Lanka. At the SCO summit held in Dushanbe in September 2021, the procedure for including Iran in the organization and granting the status of dialogue partner to Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia was initiated. This year, Belarus officially applied to join the SCO as a full member.
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