Foreign Minister of Turkmenistan Rashid Meredov and Foreign Minister of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu held a telephone conversation on Friday. The agenda of the talks included discussions on the summit meeting of the Heads of State of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey, scheduled to be held this year.


Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Kazakbaev met with Chairwoman of the Milli Majilis (Parliament) of Azerbaijan Sagiba Gafarova.


The member countries of the European Union (EU) imported 12,028 tons of mineral fuels, oils and distillation products, bituminous substances and mineral wax for over $4.7 million euros in March 2021 from Turkmenistan, Trend news agency reported on Friday with reference to data from the Eurostat.


Turkey's defense chief on Tuesday met his Kyrgyz counterpart while on an official visit to the capital Bishkek, according Turkey's Ministry of National Defense.


As part of agreements on the supply of vegetables, sanitary ware and food products between the Kyrgyz Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (KSPP) and the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan (UIET), an airplane with a cargo from Turkmenistan arrived in Kyrgyzstan’s capital of Bishkek on Tuesday, the press service of the President of Kyrgyzstan reports.


Uzbek and Turkish entrepreneurs have inked 25 documents worth over $679mn as they attended an Uzbek-Turkish business forum in Tashkent on June 28-29. The event was organised as part of Turkish delegation’s visit to Uzbekistan.


Uzbekistan has started mass production of test systems for detecting COVID-19 coronavirus, according to the report of Ministry of Innovative Development.


"In warm weather, hospitals cope well with their work, people come and receive appropriate treatment. We are glad that the number of patients going to hospitals has started to decrease. Forecasts are being made for a possible second wave of the pandemic.


In the period from January to June of this year, the total volume of foreign investment in Uzbekistan amounted to 4.8 billion US dollars, including foreign direct investment – 3.2 billion dollars and foreign loans under state guarantee – 1.6 billion dollars.


The government of Kazakhstan will provide humanitarian assistance to Uzbekistan. The corresponding decree was signed by Prime Minister Askar Mamin, reports zakon.kz.