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India-Uzbekistan: Friendship and Cooperation

Author                    : I. Tokhtakhodjayeva

“The founding countries of the non-aligned movement are playing a growing role in international affairs. With many of these countries the Soviet Union maintains a broad range of friendly contacts which are beneficial to both sides and promote international stability. The relations between the USSR and India are an example of this”.

Accession  No       : 1008234

Language              : English

Number of pages : 100

Publisher                : Tashkent

Year of Publishing  : 1983

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The friendly ties between the peoples of our country and India can be traced deep into the past. These relations have acquired special meaning and taken a new direction nowadays thanks to the tireless efforts of the Communist Party and Government of the Soviet Union, on the one hand, and the Government of free India that has won independence, on the other. We regard it our priority task to strengthen friendship with the Indian people, as with all the other peoples, for the sake of preserving peace and ensuring social progress. In this line the Communist Party and Government of the Soviet Union and the country’s public organizations conduct extensive activities. In his speech at the November (1982) Plenary Meeting of the CPSU Central Committee, Yuri Andropov, General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee pointed out.


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