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18 October, Friday

Prime Ministers of Uzbekistan, Russia hold talks in Moscow

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The dynamics of meetings of the leaders of Russia and Uzbekistan reflect commitment to closer economic cooperation and political cooperation between two countries, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medveved said during the talks with Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov, Tass reports.

“What we have seen today in Moscow region was done with use of the latest information technologies, the system of management of all processes of such big region as Moscow region is quite impressive,” Abdulla Aripov said.

“A new page in our cooperation was opened and a new impetus was given by trustworthy relations between our heads of state,” the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan said.

The Prime Minister of Uzbekistan was accompanied on working trip to Moscow by Economy Minister Botir Hojaev, Minister of Information Technologies and Communications Shuhrat Sadikov, Ambassador of Uzbekistan Botirjon Asadov, First Deputy Energy Minister Jurabek Mirzamahmudov.

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