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Uzbekistan wants to reshape relations with Indonesia

  • Veeramalla Anjaiah and Kanupriya Kapoor

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Tue, September 1 2009   /  12:25 pm

Shavkat Jamolov: Courtesy of RI presidential officeUzbekistan, which is celebrating its National Day today, wants to reshape its fast-growing relations with Indonesia, Uzbekistan Ambassador to Indonesia Shavkat Jamolov says.“Over the past few years, our bilateral relations in both political as well as economic spheres have accelerated. We want to reshape our relations by enhancing economic ties,” Ambassador Jamolov told The Jakarta Post in a recent interview at his office, in connection with his country’s Independence Day
celebrations.“Our growing ties are set to show their dynamic potential in the future”.In line with the growing ties, Uzbekistan appointed Jamolov as an ambassador, after a break of around 10 years. During those 10 years, the embassy was headed by a charge d’affaires.Uzbekistan, the rising star of Central Asia, gained independence on Sept. 1, 1991 from th...