Modern development of Uzbekistan discussed in Delhi
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A presentation of the modern development of Uzbekistan was held at one of the leading analytical institutions of India, the Foreign Policy Research Center (FPRC), during which participants were told about the preparations for the upcoming parliamentary elections in the country, Dunyo reported.
The event, organized by the Embassy of our country in Delhi together with the FPRC, was attended by diplomats, representatives of political organizations and research institutes, business circles and Indian media.
The discussion and the exchange of views touched upon the topics of internal development and foreign policy of Uzbekistan, various aspects of Uzbek-Indian relations, as well as regional security.
In an interview with Dunyo, experts noted the active dynamics of cooperation between Uzbekistan and India, in particular, expanding direct ties at the level of regions and industries.
Ashok Sajanjar, President of the Institute for Global Studies:
- The active participation of leading representatives of expert and analytical circles of India at today’s event indicates a huge interest in the ongoing transformations in Uzbekistan. They had the opportunity to get acquainted with the priority areas of the country’s foreign and domestic policy.
I am sure that the upcoming parliamentary elections will be an important event in the further strengthening of the democratic foundations of society. It is a great honor for me to participate in these elections as an international observer.
Sanjay Pandey, Director, Center for Central Asian Studies, Jawharlal Nehru University, Professor:
- In recent years, regional cooperation in Central Asia has intensified sharply, friendly and good-neighborly relations between the states of the region are being strengthened. It is also encouraging that today we are witnessing unprecedented activity in Uzbek-Indian relations. The expansion of multifaceted cooperation between Delhi and Tashkent is equally in the interests of both parties.
Mahindra Gaur, Director, Center for Foreign Policy Research:
- Today’s event dedicated to the upcoming parliamentary elections in Uzbekistan aroused great interest among the participants. They also received useful information about the current state of Uzbek-Indian relations, investment opportunities and ongoing reforms in various areas of the country’s life.