Tashkent may host meeting of heads of Central Asian countries
The 2nd consultative meeting of the heads of Central Asian states may be held in Tashkent in the fall, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan reports.
It is reported that the country's leadership planned to hold the 2nd meeting of the heads of Central Asian countries in Tashkent in the spring.
According to the ministry, a delegation of Uzbekistan led by Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov held in Washington a presentation of the investment potential and development prospects of the capital market in Uzbekistan for the representatives of official, expert, and business circles of the United States. The parties also discussed the expansion and strengthening of cooperation between Tashkent and its neighbors in the region.