Monday, 22, April, 2024

The United States and the Central Asia countries will hold a meeting in C5+1 format, Mark Toner, the US State Department deputy spokesman said.

In a briefing in Washington, Toner said that the US State Secretary and Central Asian Foreign Ministers countries will hold a meeting this week in Hamburg (Germany), he said.

The С5+1 format was established in 2015. The US Secretary of State John Kerry met with the Foreign Ministers of the five countries of Central Asia in New York. Later in November, they met again in C5+1 format in Samarkand and adopted the Samarkand declaration.

The last С5+1 format meeting was held in Washington (the United States) in August 2016.

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