During his visit to Luxembourg, Uzbekistan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Bakhtiyor Saidov held discussions with Tereza Chervinskaya, the Vice President of the European Investment Bank. The Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan conveyed his gratitude to the European Investment Bank for their consistent support of Uzbekistan’s reform program. He also expressed his warm welcome for the inauguration of their representative office in Tashkent.
Minister Bakhtiyor Saidov and the Vice President of the European Investment Bank underscored the significance of their dialogue concerning future collaboration across various critical areas. Their conversation encompassed discussions on cooperation in the realms of macroeconomic prosperity and sustainable energy.
The visit of Uzbekistan’s Foreign Minister to Luxembourg was aligned with the 19th “European Union – Central Asia” ministerial meeting. During this event, the minister engaged in meetings with foreign dignitaries from European Union member states, including Austria, Romania, Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Spain, and Portugal. They held discussions aimed at furthering bilateral relations with each of these nations, with a focus on expanding trade, investments, transport and logistics, education, and economic cooperation.
Additionally, the participating countries explored opportunities for enhanced collaboration in importing advanced expertise in digital technologies, modernizing communication systems and the transport sector, intensifying cooperation in the tourism industry, strengthening political dialogue, invigorating trade and investment cooperation, and accelerating cultural and tourism exchanges.
The meeting between Uzbekistan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bakhtiyor Saidov, and representatives from the European Union and individual European nations holds the promise of fostering strengthened and comprehensive diplomatic relations between these nations. Uzbekistan can anticipate the possibility of enhanced economic and political cooperation resulting from these discussions. It is worth noting that technical cooperation is mutually beneficial for both the European countries and Uzbekistan, with the potential to create opportunities for collaboration and growth.