Embassy of Turkey in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
AKADEMIK YAHYA GULAMOV KUCHESI NO: 87, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Turkey, recognized the independence of Uzbekistan was the first country in the December 16, 1991, and on March 4, 1992 between the two countries established diplomatic relations. Our first Tashkent Ambassador began his assignment by presenting the trust letter on 25 April 1992. also our Embassy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov and former Prime Minister of Turkey was opened to service on April 28, 1992 by Süleyman Demirel. Turkey is marking the first country to recognize the independence of Uzbekistan, USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan building, a gesture to our country by the government of Uzbekistan has been assigned as the embassy building.

The two countries’ relations and protocol of agreement between Uzbekistan over 100 signed with Turkey in order to create the legal basis, many high-level mutual visits took place.

possibilities of cooperation of Turkey and Uzbekistan are distributed over a wide range, promising potential of bilateral cooperation, which is aimed to further improve in every area. Uzbekistan is a key location for regional peace and stability, with its historical and cultural heritage, strategic location, natural resources and population of 28 million, making up half of Central Asia’s population. Preventing and eliminating threats such as overcurrent’s, terrorism and drug trafficking that are confronting this country as well as dangerous for the region’s stability are among the leading issues of our bilateral relations.

Eurasia in terms of the stability and prosperity of the two key countries to continue the development of the media in a positive bilateral relation between Turkey and Uzbekistan to be any misunderstandings effect without the maintenance of these relations is of great importance. From this understanding, Turkey, Uzbekistan’s stability, peace and prosperity of the Uzbek people and brothers attaches great importance.

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