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13 documents signed on results of negotiations of presidents in Tashkent

Following the talks between the Presidents of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, 13 documents were signed in Tashkent:

— Declaration on strategic partnership, strengthening of trust, good-neighborliness and friendship between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan;

— Exchange of ratification documents between the MFA of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan under the agreement on the state border, which was signed in Bishkek on September 5, 2017;

— Intergovernmental agreement between the Ministries of Agriculture of the Kyrgyz Republic and Uzbekistan on the supply of mineral fertilizers;

— Agreement on cooperation between the General Staffs of the Armed Forces of the two countries;

— Agreement on cooperation between State Commissions on Religious Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic and Uzbekistan;

— Memorandum of the development of cooperation in the field of transport between the Ministry of Transport and Roads of Kyrgyzstan and the Ministry of Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan;

— Agreement on the development of cooperation in the field of tourism;

— Agreement on cooperation in the field of statistical data exchange;

— Agreement on cooperation in combating economic and financial crimes;

— Agreement on trade-economic and cultural-humanitarian cooperation between the cities of Jalal-Abad (Kyrgyzstan) and Namangan (Uzbekistan);

— Agreement on trade, economic and cultural-humanitarian cooperation between the cities of Batken (Kyrgyzstan) and Fergana (Uzbekistan);

— Memorandum of cooperation in the field of information exchange between Kabar agency (Kyrgyzstan) and the National Information Agency (Uzbekistan);

— Agreement between the Ministries of the Interior on cooperation with the sphere of combating illicit trafficking in narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and precursors.

It should be noted that during the negotiations in an expanded format Presidents Almazbek Atambayev and Shavkat Mirziyoyev said that six more agreements would be signed today. The officials of the two countries had time until the morning to settle all disputable issues.