Meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China Wang Yi

18.05.2024 20:29

On May 18, the Founder of Peace and National Unity - Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Honourable Emomali Rahmon, received in the Palace of the Nation the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, Wang Yi.

During the meeting, the current state of cooperation between the two countries and pressing regional and international issues were discussed.

At the beginning of the conversation, the President of the country, Emomali Rahmon, expressed his satisfaction with the growing trend of friendly relations and comprehensive strategic partnership between the countries and stated that "we are in favor of continuing to strengthen and expand such traditions that meet the fundamental interests of the peoples of the two countries."

It was emphasized that China is one of the great partners of our country in the fields of trade, economy and investment. The total volume of Chinese investment in the economy of Tajikistan in the last ten years is 3.8 billion US dollars.

During the meeting, the expansion of relations in the fields of industry, especially mining, transport, energy and agriculture was discussed.

In this context, Tajikistan's commitment to active cooperation with China on the implementation of joint projects related to "green economy", digital economy, artificial intelligence and production in Tajikistan using "green technologies" was emphasized.

In the continuation of the conversation, the sides also discussed issues of cooperation in the cultural and humanitarian spheres.

At the same time, there was an exchange of views on cooperation in the field of security, primarily in the issues of confronting the threats and dangers of the modern world.

During the discussion of pressing global issues, great attention was paid to the strengthening of multilateral cooperation within the framework of international and regional organizations, especially within the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and "Central Asia + China" format. The importance of further cooperation to support each other’s global initiatives was also emphasized.