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21st September 2018 – Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has proposed the creation of a regional council for transport communications for the countries of Central Asia yesterday, during an international conference titled "Central Asia in the System of International Transport Corridors: Strategic Perspectives and Unrealized Opportunities," which opened in Tashkent yesterday with the participation of 300 representatives from 37 countries. "It is advisable to create a regional council for transport communications of the countries of Central Asia, which will become a coordinating structure in solving problems in the transport and logistics sphere," Mirziyoyev said, noting that it is necessary to develop a strategy for the development of regional transport corridors in Central Asia as well as to adopt a regional program on the sustainable development of the transport system for the countries in the region. Mirziyoyev earlier reiterated his intention to join the Council of Cooperation of the Turkic-Speaking Countries, also known as the Turkic Council, which was established in October 2009 and is comprised of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey.

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