Palestinian FM Visits Tashkent, Unveils New Embassy Premises
On October 27 this year the new premises of the Embassy of the State of Palestine were inaugurated in the city of Tashkent, the report by the Uzbekistan National News Agency Russian-language website said.
The site inauguration ceremony came amid the visit of the Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad al-Malki to Uzbekistan, the report has also said.
Those who spoke at the ceremony have said that the relations between the two states were developing based on the principles of mutual respect, trust and interest.
“Opening of the new building of the Embassy of Palestine will serve for further strengthening of our relations,” Foreign Minister al-Malki said speaking at the event in Tashkent, “we stand confident that our cooperation will actively develop in the days to come.”
According to the report, the same day Foreign Minister Riad al-Malki had talks with his Uzbek counterpart Vladimir Norov.
Also, at the State Museum of History of Temurids he has watched various exhibits that shed light on the life and tenure of Amir Temur and his descendants.
As a part of his stay in Tashkent, Palestinian foreign minister has also visited the Khazrati Imom Complex, the newly renovated site for religious worship and secular reverence.
Ikboljon Soliev for the Information Agency “Jahon” in English