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Putin to host Iran’s Raisi in Moscow on Wednesday

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Published by Al-Araby Russian President Vladimir Putin will host his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi in Moscow on Wednesday, the Kremlin said, amid talks aimed at reviving the Iran nuclear deal. The meeting will be Raisi’s most important official visit abroad since he took office, and the first visit by an Iranian president to Russia since Read More

Results of the patriotic competition and appreciation of its winners

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In order to educate young people in the spirit of patriotism, national pride and self-knowledge and respect for national values, on January 17 representatives of civil society and youth of various professions from Sughd and Khatlon regions and cities a... Read More

Azerbaijani, Kazakh PMs eye joint efforts to expand ties

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Published by Azer News By Sabina Mammadli Azerbaijani Prime Minister Ali Asadov and his newly-appointed Kazakh counterpart Alikhan Smailov have considered joint efforts to expand ties, the Cabinet of Ministers has reported. In a telephone conversation, Asadov congratulated Smailov on his appointment and wished him success in his work. The two officials focused on the Read More

Taliban demands Tajikistan, Uzbekistan return aircraft

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Published by DPA The Taliban defence minister on Tuesday demanded Tajikistan and Uzbekistan return military aircraft that were moved to their countries during the chaotic fall of Afghanistan to the militants in August. Mohammad Yaqoob Mujahid said the Taliban regime will not let those planes and helicopters – which had been used by the previous Read More

WHO: Half of Europeans could catch Omicron strain in next eight weeks

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Published by DPA The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that half of the people living in Europe could catch the new and more transmissible Omicron strain of the coronavirus in the next two months in a projection released on Tuesday. Omicron represents a tidal wave sweeping across the European region from west to east, adding Read More

The long-lasting conundrum in Tajikistan’s Pamir region

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Published by Global Voices Outside of the main cities, the Gorno-Badakshan Autonomous Region is mostly mountainous. Photo credits: AmanovDmitry.jpg) (Wikimedia Commons CC BY 3.0) Making up almost half of Tajikistan’s territory, the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region (widely known by its Soviet-era acronym GBAO) is a mountainous province with which the Dushanbe government had historically difficult relations. Read More

Kazakhstan’s president says order restored after ‘coup attempt’

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Published by DPA Order has been restored in Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev told a meeting of a Russian-led regional security alliance on Monday, after days of violent unrest in which more than 150 people were killed and thousands detained. “Complete order has been restored in Kazakhstan. Threats to the country’s security have been averted,” Tokayev Read More

Kazakhstan’s president says order restored after ‘coup attempt’

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Published by DPA Order has been restored in Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev told a meeting of a Russian-led regional security alliance on Monday, after days of violent unrest in which more than 150 people were killed and thousands detained. “Complete order has been restored in Kazakhstan. Threats to the country’s security have been averted,” Tokayev Read More

First Korean Ambassador to Tajikistan Arrives in Dushanbe

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Today, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Farhod Salim received copies of the credentials of the first Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Tajikistan Kwon Dong Seok.The parties exchanged views on the current state of bilateral relations, prospects f... Read More