Emomali Rahmon invited president of Germany to visit Tajikistan

Berlin (AA)-Tajik President Emomali Rahmon took part in a meeting with the President of the Federal Republic of Germany Francom-Valter Steinmeier, the press service of the Tajik leader reports.

During the meeting, issues of regional cooperation between the parties and the agenda of the Summit of Central Asia and the Federal Republic of Germany were discussed.

Rachmon expressed satisfaction of a sincere meeting of the leadership of the host country, the possibility of meetings and communication.

During the meeting, the parties exchanged views on the expansion of regional and bilateral relations in the field of trade and economics, increase the volume of trade, export of agricultural products and the development of interregional cooperation.

Along with this, it was recognized as important to activate regional cooperation in the areas of investing in various spheres of industry, the water-energy complex, transport, communications and tourism.

During the discussion of issues on security cooperation, attention was paid to the topic of increasing threats and dangers, including the situation in Afghanistan.

The head of the Tajik state also emphasized the issue of existing capabilities and potential of the country, including priority mutually beneficial directions.

At the end of the conversation, Emomali Rahmon invited the President of the Federal Republic of Germany to visit Tajikistan on an official visit at a convenient time for him.

September 29 in Berlin hosts the Federal State Directorate of Central Asia, in which the President of Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Zhaparov, President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon, President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyev, Chairman of the Hulk Maslahata Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov take part. In addition, the leaders of the Central Asian countries held bilateral meetings with the first persons of Germany – German Chancellor Olaf Sholts and President Francom -Walter Steinmeier.

This is the first summit in the format “Germany – Central Asia”.