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Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Tuesday he would visit the Central Asian state of Uzbekistan this week, the first such trip by the top Turkish diplomat in 13 years amid efforts to improve troubled relations. "Uzbekistan is a friendly
On June 22, 1989, Nursultan Nazarbaev became the first secretary of the Communist Party in the Soviet Socialist Republic of Kazakhstan and the next day Islam Karimov took the same position in neighboring Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov expressed support Tuesday for South Korea's "Eurasia initiative" aimed at boosting economic and trade ties with energy-rich Central Asian nations. "I want to stress that unlike other similar projects this one will
Sun Lijie also said the Chinese proposal for a Silk Road Economic Belt has been supported by Uzbek President Islam Karimov and the Uzbek society. "Uzbekistan has shown great interest in the Silk Road Economic Belt and emphasized that it is willing to
Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov on Wednesday praised the outcome of the Ukrainian presidential election as promoting peace and calming "waves of fear" in other former Soviet states. "The elections in Ukraine demonstrated that the majority of
Karimov noted that Uzbekistan-China relations have enjoyed all-round development since Xi visited the Central Asian country last September. Applauding Xi's efforts to promote Uzbekistan-China cooperation, Karimov said the president is a true
Uzbekistan's longtime President Islam Karimov said Thursday he had no intention of leaving office soon, as he opened a conference in the city of Samarkand on Islam's medieval Golden Age. The comments from Karimov, 76, come ahead of a presidential
A dictator hires a pop icon to perform at a party or private event. Once exposed, the celebrity faces the ire of human rights activists. The celebrity either apologizes, claiming ignorance, or argues that he sang for the "people," not for the tyrant.
The United States will remain committed and engaged in Central Asia after this year's troop pullout from Afghanistan, US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns said in ex-Soviet Uzbekistan on Wednesday. "My message is straightforward: America's
Uzbekistan has brought in new regulations to increase surveillance of Internet cafes in the latest tightening of the country's strict rules governing access to the web, local media reported. Internet cafes will now be legally obliged to install video