Serious political consultations have commenced between the Republic of France and the Republic of Tajikistan, focusing on national development and the establishment of political cooperation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan and the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs of France recently held discussions in Dushanbe as part of their ongoing consultations.
Representatives from both countries reviewed the progress achieved in their current cooperation and explored opportunities for further collaboration in economic, scientific, political, and cultural spheres.
Tajikistan, situated in Central Asia, expressed its desire to enhance trade relations with France and develop smart cities within its economy.
Trade and economic relations were key topics during the meeting, with both countries demonstrating their willingness to expand and strengthen these ties.
The discussions also encompassed mutual interests and cooperation in the field of hydropower, where France, as a more developed nation, offered its expertise in energy production, aviation, research exchange, and agricultural product processing.
In a separate diplomatic engagement, Tajikistan’s Ambassador to Finland, Mahmadsharif Haqdod, visited Helsinki for a working visit, participating in the “Diplomatic Dinner” hosted by Finnish President Sauli Niinistö.
During the visit, Haqdod seized the opportunity to discuss bilateral and multilateral issues between Tajikistan and Finland, while President Niinistö shared his country’s agendas with the attending heads of diplomatic missions and international organizations.
The Tajikistan Ambassador engaged with the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, leading to an agreement to strengthen the legal framework and promote bilateral cooperation in political and economic spheres, focusing on mutually beneficial areas.