Wednesday , February 21 2018

Tag Archives: central asia

Uzbek Militants Attack the Pakistan Air Force Base in Peshawar

  By Arif Qoreshi Islamabad: The Pakistan Air Force base inside the Bacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar attacked by Uzbek militants belonging to Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan on Saturday night. Peshawar air port  is jointly used by civilian airlines and the Pakistan  air force. Five militants and four civilian killed in …

Read More »

Independence Day of Turkmenistan in Islamabad

By Arif Qoreshi Islamabad: Newly appointed Ambassador Atadjan Movlamov of Turkmenistan hosted a reception here  in Islamabad to mark Independence Day of his country. A large number of guests including  diplomatic corps, senior military and civil officials as well as  Pakistani citizens from all  walks of life attended the party. …

Read More »

Uzbekistan Independence Day celebrated in Islamabad

By Arif Qoreshi Islamabad: The Embassy of Uzbekistan in Islamabad celebrated the 20th anniversary of Pakistan Uzbekistan relations on Wednesday. The  reception also covered the celebrations of the 21st Independence Day of Uzbekistan. The reception was hosted by the Ambassador of Uzbekistan Parviz Aliev in Islamabad. Sixty-three-year-old Parviz Aliyev newly …

Read More »

Russia and Tajikistan – New Stage in Relations

by Viktoriya Zhavoronkova Russia is more clearly determining its influence in Central Asia. After a fairly fruitful visit to Kyrgyzstan, Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to visit Tajikistan. As a result, Moscow and Bishkek reached a number of important agreements. Central Asia has always been an important geographic region attracting …

Read More »

Russia and Tajikistan Secures A 30-Year Deal on Military Base

Dushanbe: Russia won a 30-year deal on a military base in Tajikistan, but the price includes risk of placing Russian servicemen under fire if violence flares up in volatile Central Asia. Moscow and Dushanbe clinched an agreement on Friday on a Russian military base in Tajikistan, which will remain in …

Read More »