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US under secretary to visit Central Asia

en.trend.az
21 October 2016

US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon will visit Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan, October 24–29, the US Department of State said.

“Through Under Secretary Shannon’s trip, the United States looks forward to strengthening durable government-to-government and people-to-people ties with Central Asia,” the Departments of State said.

On October 24, Shannon will travel to Astana, Kazakhstan where he will meet with government officials and alumni of U.S. exchange programs. He will also visit the 2017 EXPO site and tour Kazakhstan’s National Museum.

In Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, October 26–27, Shannon will meet with government officials, members of parliament, and civil society leaders. He will speak at the American University of Central Asia, meet with the university’s C5+1 Youth Council representatives, and visit the Urkun Memorial.

Finally, Shannon will travel to Tashkent and Samarkand, Uzbekistan to meet with senior government officials, business and civil society leaders, and visit several cultural heritage sites, including the Registan and the burial site of former president Islam Karimov.

This will be Shannon’s first visit to Central Asia. He will commemorate each state’s 25 year anniversary of independence and highlight the strong and growing partnerships between the Central Asian states and the US government through Secretary John Kerry’s C5+1 initiative, a platform for discussion and joint regional action on issues of common interest.