Kyrgyz Republic's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Aidarbekov Chingiz Azamatovich, with Vice President Venkaiah Naidu (Image Source: Naidu's official Twitter account)
Kyrgyz Republic's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Aidarbekov Chingiz Azamatovich, with Vice President Venkaiah Naidu (Image Source: Naidu's official Twitter account)

India, Kyrgyzstan agree to improve relations in trade

ANI | Updated: Jan 28, 2019 14:31 IST

New Delhi [India], Jan 28 (ANI): Kyrgyzstan Foreign Minister Aidarbekov Chingiz Azamatovich on Monday called on Vice President Venkaiah Naidu and talked about boosting bilateral trade and investment between the two countries.
Azamatovich is on an official five-day visit to India from January 27.
"The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kyrgyz Republic, Mr Aidarbekov Chingiz Azamatovich, called on me, in New Delhi today. We had fruitful discussions and agreed upon improving our relations in trade & investment, tourism, education and agriculture sectors, among others," Naidu's official Twitter account updated on Monday.



India and Kyrgyztan has treaties on the import of oil and petroleum products.
Azamatovich is slated to take part in a business forum on Monday at FICCI. He is also scheduled to meet External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on January 29 (ANI)

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