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Great Britain discuss bilateral cooperation issues with Kyrgyzstan

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Bishkek: Kabar/. Deputy Foreign Minister of Kyrgyzstan Azizbek Madmarov received Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland to the Kyrgyz Republic Charles Garrett.
According to the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry’s press service, the main purpose of the meeting was to discuss current issues and prospects for bilateral cooperation after the planned withdrawal of Great Britain from the EU.
Ambassador Garrett praised the democratic processes in the Kyrgyz Republic, under which the country has achieved success in establishing the rule of law, forming a free, legal society and relevant democratic institutions.
Referring to further development of cooperation in the sphere of economic cooperation, the British ambassador emphasized the existing potential for development of trade and economic ties and investment cooperation between the countries.
Source: Kabar
 
 

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