Publish dateTuesday 28 May 2024 - 12:29
Story Code : 291121
Russia builds Uzbekistan
Following Vladimir Putin's visit to Tashkent and the signing of various agreements with his Uzbek counterpart, Russia committed to build a nuclear power plant in this Central Asian country.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): "Vladimir Putin", the President of Russia, went to Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, as part of his third foreign trip since the beginning of his new presidential term (Sunday, May 26).

On Monday, he met and negotiated with "Shaukat Mirziyoyev", the President of Uzbekistan, which resulted in the signing of a series of agreements with the aim of deepening bilateral relations; One of them is the construction of a small nuclear power plant by Moscow in Uzbekistan.

According to the press office of the President of Uzbekistan, Mirziyoyev praised this project and called it "vital" for his country and emphasized the existence of "large uranium reserves" in his country.

In return, Vladimir Putin told him that Russia is "committed to making every effective effort to build Uzbekistan's nuclear energy market."

According to the "Associated Press" news agency, with the implementation of this agreement, the first nuclear power plant will be built in Central Asia and Russia's influence in this region will increase.

The Russian president also promised to increase the gas delivery to Uzbekistan. After starting his fifth term as president in early May, Vladimir Putin left for China on his first foreign trip, and this trip included Beijing's proposals for negotiations on the issue Ending the war in Ukraine was praised and appreciated.
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