Message from China: “Central Asia should not be the site of geopolitical games”

According to the news in the national press, Kazakhstan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Murat Nurtileu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Ceenbek Kulubayev, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan Siraciddin Muhriddin, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Bahtiyar Saidov and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan Vepa Haciyev attended the summit hosted by China.

Emphasizing that China and Central Asian countries are a community that shares a common future, and that the world is going through turmoil and changes, they should strengthen their solidarity and cooperation in order to protect their mutual interests, China Gang said, “We should oppose interference in the internal affairs of the countries of the region from outside under any pretext. Central Asia should be the site of win-win cooperation, not geopolitical games.” used the phrases.

Stating that the “C+C5” cooperation mechanism, which has been held by foreign ministers between China and 5 Central Asian countries since 2020, improves mutual political trust and cooperation, contributes to regional peace and stability, building the China Gang, Belt and Road Initiative together, He called for increasing cooperation in the field of technology, sharing of experience in state administration and interactions between peoples.

A call to work together to resolve the Ukraine crisis

Stating that China and Central Asian countries share similar views and attitudes on the Ukraine crisis, the China Gang noted that China is ready to work with all international parties, including Central Asian countries, to reach the broadest agreement for the resolution of the crisis.

Referring to the phone call of Chinese President Xi Jinping with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy, China Gang stated that China has taken an important step towards the political solution of the crisis. In his meeting with Zelenskiy, Xi signaled that they would send China’s Special Representative for Eurasian Affairs to Ukraine and other countries to communicate with all parties for the political solution of the crisis, and signaled the role of mediator.

The first summit at the level of leaders will be held in China next month

At the meeting, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs decided that the first Leaders’ Summit of the “C+C5” mechanism will be held in China, again in Xi’an, in May.

The ministers also agreed to expand cooperation in 14 fields, including agriculture, new energy, e-commerce, green and digital economy and high technology, and to continue cooperation in the fight against terrorism, extremism and separatism.

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