The Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly is actively expanding its multifaceted cooperation with each new stage of its formation. It works on the Eurasian agenda together with such major international organizations as the UN, UNESCO, SCO and others.
On April 26, during the visit of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly delegation to Uzbekistan to participate in the International Exhibition "Innoprom-2022" in Tashkent, the headquarters of the Center for People's Diplomacy of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Uzbekistan hosted a friendly meeting of partners.
Cooperation between the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly and the SCO People's Diplomacy Center in Uzbekistan is actively developing on the basis of the signed cooperation agreement.
Integration processes are an important trend of modern world changes in Eurasia. At the same time, Eurasian integration is the most important social process.
It is through the mechanisms of people's diplomacy, relying on deep roots and national traditions, that the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly and the SCO Center for People's Diplomacy in Uzbekistan build bridges of friendship and mutual understanding.
The members of the delegation of the Eurasian Peoples’Assembly were welcomed by the Director of the SCO People's Diplomacy Center in Uzbekistan Kabuljon Sabirov.
The main issues discussed at the meeting were the holding of the next international forums on people's diplomacy in May in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and in June in Moscow (Russia), as well as the formation of joint tasks for the future.
It is people's diplomacy that takes into account all the diversity of cultures of the continent, respecting the traditions of different peoples, allows more flexibility to find solutions that are important and relevant for all mankind.
First of all, this is a peaceful life. This is the upbringing and happy future of children; these are scientific and educational projects that advance humanity along the evolutionary path. These are issues of clean water, clean air, food safety and ecology. And many, many other topics that the authorities and the public of any Eurasian country can remain indifferent to.