On Monday morning, Khodjaev Jamshid Abdukhakimovich, the deputy prime minister of Uzbekistan, arrived in Pakistan.
The Uzbek deputy prime minister arrived in Islamabad on a special plane, and Syed Naveed Qamar, the federal minister for commerce, met him there.
The two sides will discuss how to further bolster their bilateral cooperation in a number of different areas. Numerous bilateral agreements and Memoranda of Understanding are anticipated to be inked during the visit.
The visit of the deputy prime minister of Uzbekistan to Pakistan is anticipated to provide the two nations’ expanding collaboration in a number of areas a fresh push. The high-ranking delegation from Uzbekistan will also have meetings with other state officials, including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
The delegation, which is headed by the deputy prime minister and minister of investment and foreign trade, includes the transport minister Mahkamov Ilkhom Rustamovich, the ambassador of Uzbekistan to Pakistan, Oybek Arif Usmanov, the first deputy minister of investment and foreign trade Kudratov Laziz Shavkatovich, the first deputy minister of foreign affairs Siddikov Furqat Ahmedovich, the chairman of the “Uztextileperom” association, and the
Through enduring historical, cultural, and religious ties, Pakistan and Uzbekistan are close allies. Mutual regard and extraordinary cordiality characterise these ties. On numerous regional and global problems, the two nations share similar viewpoints.