The Kremlin: Russia and Uzbekistan prioritize achieving stability in Afghanistan

Bayan News – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, during their meeting, emphasized ensuring peace and stability in Afghanistan.

The Kremlin released a statement on Monday (May 27) stating that the presidents of the two countries reaffirmed their stances in cooperating with Afghanistan to achieve peace and stability.

The Kremlin’s statement reads: “Russia and Uzbekistan intend to coordinate their efforts within the framework of the Moscow format, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and other mechanisms in order to achieve tangible results in resolving the situation in Afghanistan.”

According to the Kremlin’s announcement, the leaders of Russia and Uzbekistan consider achieving peace and stability in Afghanistan as an effective factor for the security of Central Asia and neighboring regions as a priority.

It was also stated that the two sides positively evaluated the first meeting of the working group on the development of the Belarus-Russia-Kazakhstan-Uzbekistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan transport corridor.

Russian President Vladimir Putin had recently visited Uzbekistan for two days.

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