Source Pravda.Ru

American Emissary Meets Tajik President

At a meeting Tuesday, Tajikistan's President Emomali Rakhmonov and Lynn Pasco, a high-ranking official from the U.S. State Department, discussed the situation in the Central Asian region, and in particular in Afghanistan, as well as the Tajik-American relations. Mr. Pasco delivered U.S. President George W. Bush's personal message to Mr. Rakhmonov. During the meeting with the American emissary, the Tajik president stressed that at the negotiations on Afghanistan with Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld in Dushanbe on November 3rd the two sides reached "complete understanding." At the meeting with Mr. Pasco, President Rakhmonov expressed his interest in establishing economic cooperation with the U.S., and first of all, in attracting American investors. At the press conference after the meeting, the American diplomat did not elaborate on the details of his talks with the Tajik leader.

Comments
Russian women to be allowed to work as train drivers and pilots
A glimpse into the past and the future
How many aircraft and pilots Russia has lost in Syria so far
A glimpse into the past and the future
On the collapse of civility in Western nations: living in the era of 'not nice'
NATO to strike Russia through Suwalki Corridor
NATO to strike Russia through Suwalki Corridor
Russia to ship S-300 to Syria after Il-20 shootdown
How many aircraft and pilots Russia has lost in Syria so far
Russia to ship S-300 to Syria after Il-20 shootdown
Roscosmos contractor steals millions, state secrets and flees to USA
How many aircraft and pilots Russia has lost in Syria so far
This is a liberation fight from the Soviet EU
USA punishes China for purchasing arms from Russia
USA punishes China for purchasing arms from Russia
USA punishes China for purchasing arms from Russia
USA punishes China for purchasing arms from Russia
This is a liberation fight from the Soviet EU
How Russia can respond to Israel following Ilyushin Il20 shootdown
South Korean President finds DPRK people eating sturgeon at fancy restaurants
On the collapse of civility in Western nations: living in the era of 'not nice'