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The delegation led by Vladimir Norov, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, will be in Russia on July 11-12.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Minister will hold talks with officials in the Russian Parliament, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other offices during his visit.

The program also includes a roundtable discussion with the participation of Russian experts, compatriots, representatives of the Uzbek diaspora and mass media.


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