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Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping Holds the Second Meeting of the Security Cooperation Sub-committee of the China-Uzbekistan Inter-Governmental Cooperation Committee and the Consultation between the Two Foreign Ministries in Uzbekistan
2013/11/15

On November 15, 2013, Vice Foreign Minister Cheng Guoping, together with Murad Askarov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, held the second meeting of the Security Cooperation Sub-committee of the China-Uzbekistan Inter-Governmental Cooperation Committee and the consultation between the two countries' Foreign Ministries in Tashkent.

The two sides had an in-depth exchange of views on China-Uzbekistan relations, high-level exchanges between the two countries and international and regional issues of common concern. They agreed to earnestly implement the consensus reached by the two heads of state, to comprehensively deepen mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields, and to push forward the continuous development of the bilateral strategic partnership.

The two parties fully affirmed the fruits of bilateral security cooperation achieved since the convening of the first meeting of the Security Cooperation Sub-committee of the China-Uzbekistan Inter-Governmental Cooperation Committee last year. They agreed to continue to give full play to the role of the Sub-committee, to jointly crack down on the "three forces", drug trafficking, and other transnational organized crimes and to maintain the peace and stability of Central Asia.

During his stay in Uzbekistan, Cheng also met with Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov.

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