Georgia and Uzbekistan discuss cooperation

10 July 2013 - 9:50am


Georgia and Uzbekistan discussed bilateral cooperation, international and regional affairs in Tbilisi yesterday, Trend reports.

The two states established diplomatic relations in 1994. Georgia opened an Embassy in Tashkent in 1997. The two states have about 80 bilateral agreements. Over 3,000 Georgians live in Uzbekistan. The Megobroba Cultural Center opened in Tashkent in 1994.


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