Tashkent Current Affairs, GK & News

India-Uzbekistan sign Agreement on Security Cooperation

Uzbekistan’s delegation led by their Minister of Internal Affairs, Mr. Pulat Bobojonov met Indian delegation led by Union Minister for Home Affairs, Amit Shah in New Delhi during their bilateral visit to India from 20-23 November 2019. A security Cooperation agreement was signed by the two Ministers in the diverse fields including counter-terrorism, human trafficking, ..

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India, Uzbekistan sign MoUs in fields of Military Medicine and Military Education

India and Uzbekistan signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoU), for enhancing bilateral cooperation in fields of Military Medicine and Military Education between the Armed Forces of the two countries. The MoUs were signed during the three-day visit by Defence Minister of India Rajnath Singh to Tashkent (Uzbekistan capital) from 1-3 November 2019. This was the first ..

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1st-ever India-Uzbekistan joint military exercise “Dustlik-2019” started in Tashkent

The first-ever India-Uzbekistan joint military exercise titled “Dustlik-2019” has started at Chirchiq Training Area near Tashkent on 4th November. During the 9-day exercise, an Indian Army contingent will train along with Uzbekistan Army. The exercise will enable sharing of best practices and experiences between the Armed Forces of the two countries and will lead to ..

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Defence Minister: attends SCO meeting; signs Bilateral Engagement with Uzbekistan

Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh is to attend key meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) at Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He will also participate in bilateral engagements with the Uzbekistan Government. The Minister is to represent India in the meeting of Council of Heads of Government (CHG) of SCO at Tashkent. The Council meets to discuss ..

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SCO: India s Global and Regional Interests

The origin of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) can be traced back to Shanghai Five which comprised of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan. SCO came into existence with the inclusion of Uzbekistan to the group in 2001. SCO was expanded to include India and Pakistan in 2017. India s Global and Regional Interests SCO ..

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