The Peace Process In Afghanistan And The Role Of Uzbekistan

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Shaislam Akmalov


        The Purpose Of This Article Was To Consider The Policy And Main Approaches Of The Republic Of Uzbekistan To The Settlement Of The Afghan Problem, The Possibility Of Using The Potential Of Tashkent To Stabilize The Socio-Political And Economic Situation In Afghanistan, Taking Into Account The Long-Term Plans Of Global (Un, Usa, Nato, Russia, China) And Regional (Pakistan, India, Iran, Central Asian Countries) Players. Attention Was Drawn To The Study Of The Positive Consequences Of The Republic Of Uzbekistan's Updated Policy, Carried Out In The Afghan Direction In Recent Years. The Possibility Of Implementing Measures To Resolve The Afghan Problem In The Uzbekistan-India And Uzbekistan-Pakistan Tandem With An Emphasis On The Complex Relationship Between New Delhi And Islamabad Were Also Explored. The Analysis Demonstrated, In General, A Particular Contrast And Sometimes Sharply Differing Approaches Of Countries Interested In Resolving The Crisis In Afghanistan, Which Made It Difficult For Uzbekistan To Take More Effective Measures To Establish An Everyday Life For Afghans And Achieve National Reconciliation In The Ira (Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan). This Circumstance Determined The Persistence Of Risks In The Republic Of Uzbekistan's Long-Term Policy Not Only In Afghanistan But In General In The Region Of Central And South Asia.

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