On the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai, the President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, engaged in a crucial meeting with the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. The leaders deliberated on a range of issues pertinent to the bilateral relationship between Uzbekistan and Indonesia, the president's press service reported.
The discussions primarily focused on further developing and deepening the multifaceted relations between Uzbekistan and Indonesia. Both President Mirziyoyev and President Widodo expressed their commitment to strengthening ties and enhancing collaboration in various domains.
One notable highlight of the meeting was the acknowledgment of the intensification of mutual exchanges at all levels. The leaders expressed particular satisfaction with the high dynamics characterizing the development of bilateral trade turnover between Uzbekistan and Indonesia. This positive trend underscores the growing economic cooperation between the two countries, fostering prosperity and mutual benefit.
During the meeting, mutual interest was articulated in taking coordinated steps to enhance fruitful cooperation. Both presidents highlighted the importance of adopting a comprehensive action plan, particularly in the economic sphere. This strategic approach aims to outline specific steps and initiatives that will further solidify economic ties, promote investment, and stimulate joint ventures.
The leaders emphasized the significance of fostering economic collaboration as a key driver for mutual growth and prosperity. By adopting an action plan, Uzbekistan and Indonesia aspire to create a roadmap that will guide their economic cooperation in the coming years. This includes exploring new avenues for trade, investment, and joint ventures that align with the interests and strengths of both nations.
The leaders concluded the meeting with a shared optimism for the future, looking forward to the implementation of the action plan and the continued development of their multifaceted relationship.