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Uzbekistan establishes diplomatic relations with Antigua and Barbuda


On Monday, a joint communiqué was signed in New York on the establishment of diplomatic relations between Uzbekistan and Antigua and Barbuda, Dunyo news agency reported today, June 14.

According to the agency, on behalf of the two states, the document was signed by the Permanent Representative of Uzbekistan to the UN Bakhtiyor Ibragimov and Permanent Representative of Antigua and Barbuda to the UN Walton Alphonso Webson.

Antigua and Barbuda became the 141st country with which Uzbekistan established diplomatic relations. It is located in the western part of the Caribbean Sea, is a member of the British Commonwealth, as well as the Organization of American States.

It is reported that the parties confirmed their interest in strengthening joint cooperation within the framework of international organizations, including the UN and its specialized agencies. An agreement was reached to maintain bilateral contacts to search for mutually beneficial areas of cooperation.

“Our government is very pleased with the expansion of relations around the world. And Uzbekistan is a global member with which we have expanded a new family. We believe that this agreement will help strengthen our relationship in the social and cultural dimensions between the peoples of Antigua and Barbuda and Uzbekistan. And we hope so economically as we work together for global solidarity and global peace,” said Walton Alfonso Webson.

Earlier, on May 10, Uzbekistan established diplomatic relations with Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

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