BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 20. US President
Joe Biden and President of 5 Central Asian international locations have held a
‘C5+1’ summit in New York, Trend reviews.
The sides targeted on issues associated to joint cooperation in
order to boost the sovereignty, stability, and prosperity of
Central Asia by means of the ‘C5+1’ partnership in the realms of
economics, vitality, and safety.
During the meeting, the prospects for additional improvement of the
strategic partnership, political dialogue, commerce, financial,
funding, and humanitarian cooperation have been completely mentioned,
together with points associated to sustaining peace and stability in
As a consequence, agreements have been reached to additional deepen
mutual understanding and develop sensible partnership between the
international locations of the area and the US.
‘C5+1’ is a dialogue format created in 2015 to deal with frequent
problems with cooperation between the Central Asian states and the