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Uzbek Ambassador to India Farhod Arziev appointed First Deputy Foreign Minister

Uzbekistan has now emerged as India's key partner in Central Asia as Delhi pushes to take ties with the landlocked region to the next level.

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Last Updated: Feb 27, 2020, 09.51 PM IST
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Farhod Arziev who had earlier served in Uzbekistan's UN mission in New York, Geneva as well as Deputy Ambassador in Berlin was active in promoting ties with various Indian states that witnessed opening of flights between Mumbai and Tashkent, closer ties between PM's home state of Gujarat and Uzbekistan and use of the Central Asian state by Indian filmmakers.
Uzbek Ambassador to India Farhod Arziev whose two-and-a-half year tenure in Delhi saw transformation in bilateral ties and elevation to a strategic partnership has been appointed First Deputy Foreign Minister which is equivalent to the rank of Foreign Secretary.

Arziev's tenure in Delhi was marked by two visits by the Uzbek President resulting in elevation of ties to a strategic partnership, opening of new vistas in partnership including Indian investments in SEZs and alignment of policies between Delhi and Tashkent. His tenure also saw launch of first Indo-Central Asian Foreign Minister Dialogue in partnership with Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan has now emerged as India's key partner in Central Asia as Delhi pushes to take ties with the landlocked region to the next level. Arziev played a key role in that process and his tenure was marked by several high level visits at regular intervals including Uzbek Foreign Minister and his Indian counterpart.

Arziev who had earlier served in Uzbekistan's UN mission in New York, Geneva as well as Deputy Ambassador in Berlin was active in promoting ties with various Indian states that witnessed opening of flights between Mumbai and Tashkent, closer ties between PM's home state of Gujarat and Uzbekistan and use of the Central Asian state by Indian filmmakers.
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