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Coordinator-General COMSTECH visits Embassy of Uzbekistan


Islamabad, 8 April 2022 (TDI): Coordinator-General COMSTECH, Prof. Dr. M. Iqbal Choudhary visited the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Islamabad and met with the Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Pakistan, Oybek Arif Usmanov on Thursday.

The officials discussed potential collaboration areas between COMSTECH and Uzbekistan in 2022 and 2023, respectively. The Ambassador praised COMSTECH’s role and the dedication of the Coordinator-General to the advancement of science and technology in the OIC region.

The Coordinator-General of COMSTECH gave a briefing to the Uzbek Ambassador on COMSTECH programs’ contributions to Uzbekistan, previous collaborative initiatives, the current programs, and the initiatives planned for the future collaboration between COMSTECH and Uzbekistan.

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The dignitaries reviewed the planning of the 2nd OIC robotics competition and the Uzbekistan Math Olympiad. They also proposed planning a series of activities, including a huge international conference, to commemorate Mirza Muhammad Ulugh Beg in 2024.

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Ulugh Beg was a prominent astronomer and mathematician of Uzbekistan. This conference will be a collaboration between COMSTECH, the OIC General Secretariat, and the Government of Uzbekistan.

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Furthermore, they discussed the creation of an OIC center for information technology and artificial intelligence, as well as the training of administrators of science and technology parks in Uzbekistan.

Both dignitaries agreed to strengthen cooperation and collaborate to carry out the aforementioned initiatives.

Pakistan-Uzbekistan relations:

The relations between the two countries were formed when the republic of Uzbekistan gained independence following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. Pakistan was one of the first countries to acknowledge Uzbekistan’s independence. They share a cordial and expanding relationship.

Their relations have become stronger in recent years, and collaboration between the two significant South Asian and Central Asian countries has increased. The visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to Uzbekistan in the previous year demonstrated that the two countries’ multifaceted mutual cooperation is increasing.

Aiman Iqbal
Aiman Iqbalhttps://thediplomaticinsight.com/
Aiman Iqbal is the Managing Editor at the Journal of Peace and Diplomacy published by the Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies (IPDS), and the Assistant Editor of The Diplomatic Insight magazine. She holds an MPhil in International Relations. She can be reached at aimaniqbal106@gmail.com

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