Article by H.E. Mr. Sirodjidin Aslov, Minister of Foreign Affairs Republic of Tajikistan, Jumhuriyat newspaper, February 14, 2017
(Exclusive Interview by Dr Shahid Qureshi): –
Chief Editor of The London Post, conducted an exclusive interview with Asliddin Rakhmatov, Charge d’Affairs a.i. at Tajikistan Embassy in London, United Kingdom to highlight the foreign policy of the country and its relations with Great Britain and Tajikistan’s Foreign Policy in past 25 years since Independence.
TAJIKISTAN’S FOREIGN POLICY
The Leader of Nation is the founder and designer of Tajikistan’s foreign policy. Exclusive interview of Dodojon Ruziev, Head of Jumhuriyat newspaper’s Legal Department with Sirojiddin Aslov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan
(London Post Exclusive Report – Tajikistan), May 15, 2016
The launching ceremony of Central Asia-South Asia transmission line CASA-1000 project was held on May 12 in the city of Tursunzoda, Republic of Tajikistan with the participation of the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, the Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sooronbay Jeenbekov.
Open Central Asia Magazine, April 20, 2016
Thanks to invitation of the Government of Tajikistan this year I could visit celebration of Nowruz in this magnificent country.Celebration of Nowruz in Tajikistan is incredibly beautiful and impressive.
November 2015, Open Central Asia Magazine
On June 25th the Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistanin London conducted a round table discussion devoted to outcomes of the High-Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action "Water for Life", which was held in Dushanbe on June 9-11 of the current year.
(London Post – PR), October 2015.
Charge d ‘Affairs at Tajikistan Embassy in London Mr Asliddin Rahmatov, speaks on recent establishment in Tajikistan’s Parliament of the Group of friendship and cooperation with the British Parliament, current state and prospects for developing inter-parliamentary ties between two countries.
(London Post – Exclusive Report): The meeting of heads of states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) will take place in Dushanbe tomorrow. Along with the Summit, Dushanbe will host meetings of Foreign and Defence Ministers Councils and Committee of Heads of Security Councils of the CSTO member-states.