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The military of Russia and Uzbekistan agreed on a strategic partnership

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During the talks between the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Sergei Shoigu and Bakhodir Kurbanov, who heads the Uzbek defense department, which took place in Bukhara, the military of Russia and Uzbekistan agreed on a strategic partnership, adopting an appropriate program. Its implementation will make cooperation between the two countries in the field of defense more systemic.


According to the agency TASS, said the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Sergei Shoigu.

Its implementation will make it possible to give the interaction a more systemic character, to bring it to a level corresponding to the spirit of our special relations.

- the minister said.

This document was adopted for the first time in the entire history Russian-Uzbek cooperation. It was prepared by the defense ministries of the two countries and covers the period from 2021 to 2025.

Among the priorities of defense cooperation, Shoigu named joint measures to strengthen the combat capability of the Uzbek army, strengthen their combat potential and train personnel for the Armed Forces.

Today it is important to jointly confront challenges and threats, especially international terrorism.

- noted the head of the defense department of the Russian Federation.

During the meeting, Shoigu invited representatives of the Armed Forces of Uzbekistan to the events that the RF Ministry of Defense will hold this year.
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  1. Konstantin Gogolev
    Konstantin Gogolev April 28 2021 11: 29
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    The Afghan will soon be on fire. Neighbors have to put equipment for free.
    It won't do without ours anyway - we are waiting for a new base.
    1. Nasrat
      Nasrat April 28 2021 11: 52
      +3
      Quote: Konstantin Gogolev
      Neighbors have to install equipment for free ..

      The Uzbeks are able to pay for everything they ask .. Training of personnel, and the pairing of military departments just in case .. The Uzbeks will pay for the equipment without question - they have money. The economy is working, it launches joint projects with Russia, rather serious ones ... You need to be friends with Uzbekistan - this republic has great potential, both in resources, people, and in the industry that is under construction (and already existing).
      Quote: Konstantin Gogolev
      It won't do without ours anyway - we are waiting for a new base.

      There will definitely not be a base in Uzbekistan - there is no need. This is not Tajikistan or Kyrgyzstan.
      Quote: Konstantin Gogolev
      The Afghan will soon be on fire.

      Far from being a fact .. Unless the US specifically pays for the next "fire".
      1. knn54
        knn54 April 28 2021 12: 34
        +1
        -Evlampy Spiridonovich. There will definitely not be a base in Uzbekistan - there is no need. This is not Tajikistan or Kyrgyzstan.
        Who knows. There is the Fergana Valley, three Uzbek, two Kyrgyz regions plus a couple of districts of Tajikistan.
        Quite a densely populated region, while socially disadvantaged.
        Basmachism began from Kokand.
        Relatively recent events
        (the "second" Osh, Andijan) showed that they can blaze at any moment.
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    2. hrych
      hrych April 28 2021 11: 56
      +1
      Quote: Konstantin Gogolev
      The Afghan will soon be on fire.

      Definitely. The Taliban will crush Dostum's buffer over NATO's withdrawal. Again, NATO leaves the Daeshaks, who, under the blows of the Taliban and pro-Iranian forces, will crawl to the North. A question of the sky. Now UAVs will start flying over Afgan, and don't understand who. The Russian Federation locks the skies of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, and a hole forms here.
  2. rocket757
    rocket757 April 28 2021 11: 29
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    The military of Russia and Uzbekistan agreed on a strategic partnership
    The military is trying to rely on common sense in protecting the interests of their states.
    The question is, how do politicians look at this ??? There the people are still that ... peculiar.
    1. de_monSher
      de_monSher April 28 2021 12: 03
      +6
      You, too ... "peculiar" ... "people" ... still that - often "enemies" out of the finger, and other parts of the body you suck out of the blue ... = remember, at least, those publications, about 6 years old 10 years ago, when Uzbekistan was recorded as "enemies" = ... Or the constant "slippage", even in your simple communication - what arrogance and everyday nationalism is worth ... We look at everything with understanding - I, for example ... * ))) Just by the logic of events, we are with you = Russia, that is, = natural allies - we cannot "run away" from each other = and I personally, I have argued and will argue, even on this site - you can take a look, if not laziness, all my previous comments and posts = ... therefore, 100 percent will negotiate and be good neighborly ... There are no other options ... *)))
      1. Sidor Amenpodestovich
        Sidor Amenpodestovich April 28 2021 12: 19
        +1
        Quote: de_monSher
        often "enemies" out of your finger, and other parts of your body you suck out of the blue ... = remember, at least, those publications, 6-10 years ago, when Uzbekistan was recorded as "enemies".

        Do not pay attention to all sorts of ... different, they still cannot be persuaded.
        There the people are still that ... peculiar.

        Rocket had in mind the significant cultural differences between the peoples of Central Asia and the Russians. Often to such an extent that for Russians their motivation is almost incomprehensible.
        There is no arrogance in his words, he simply did not express himself fully enough.
        And there are plenty of idiots-chauvinists everywhere, including in Central Asia.
        1. de_monSher
          de_monSher April 28 2021 12: 49
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          Well, yes, chauvinism is a "disease" of our time, unfortunately - and it flourished in the vastness of the former USSR, including in Uzbekistan. And I did not blame my esteemed Interlocutor for anything - I just bothered, perhaps, slightly ... applying general definitions ... Do not think ...
      2. rocket757
        rocket757 April 28 2021 12: 28
        -1
        Yes, yes, I am also for good neighborliness with everyone who is friends with us, ready to cooperate ...
        Arrogance and stuff ... is, to one degree or another. This is not good, but we have to somehow support ourselves, because we are objectively stronger, and from many sides they want to drive us somewhere where we do not need. A defensive reaction, often too much !!! But we have been fighting against a strong, vile enemy for so long that we react, sometimes, too much !!!
        Those. all of us who want to preserve our peace, our friendship, our cooperation will have to step over personal grievances / inconveniences ... if we want everything together.
        And so, our union, it's good !!! Together we are stronger.
        1. de_monSher
          de_monSher April 28 2021 13: 00
          +1
          I understand you perfectly. Simply, not even advice, I will try to remind you, slightly. For example, Turkey is now actively discussing the ideas of Pan-Turkism and "Great Turan". But the Turks forget one important thing - we, Turan = without any prefixes - "Great". Greatness, nevertheless, should be in deeds, and not in words =. Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, to some extent - Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan. And they are disobedient, having felt the "taste of empire" cousins ​​who at one time had to "punish" = Timur Bayazed - moreover, Bayazed was really Timur's cousin =. So as the word "Great Turan" appeared on hearing, it will disappear. It was not by us that it was said - but only we morally and historically, and we can promote this idea, no one else. As for the "mentality", this is a more far-fetched thing, emanating precisely from chauvinistic roots. And if you so want to turn to the "roots", well, at least remember then about the huge Scythian-Sarmato-Saka confederation of peoples. Have you forgotten this kinship of ours, or what? We are closer, even roots, than you think ... Something like this ...
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 April 28 2021 13: 15
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            Ha, I don't need to remind that we are Scythians, barbarians, Asians ... as for me, this is so, even the Orthodox faith cannot change this!
            I pof gayropeyskie troubles, from the definition at all.
            The Geyropeans did not understand us and will not, never ... however, I do not give a damn about that and absolutely.
      3. rocket757
        rocket757 April 28 2021 12: 43
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        "peculiar narodets" is about POLITICIANS !!! and not about the people of the country.
      4. g1v2
        g1v2 April 28 2021 15: 24
        +2
        Under Karimov, Uzbekistan migrated at different times from a member of the hostile GUUAM bloc to varying degrees of neutrality. However, after Karimov's death, relations with the new leadership began to quickly improve. And now they are quite friendly and pragmatic. The situation is the same as with Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan. After the deaths of the elder Aliyev and Niyazov, relations under the new "monarchs" began to improve dramatically. good
        In general, God himself commanded Uzbekistan to be friends with Russia and to trade. The surplus population must be provided with jobs. Uzbekistan's neighbors themselves have a growing population and a shortage of jobs. Products need sales markets. Plus, a breeder is needed in the region in order to solve local problems without blood. One rugged border of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan is worth it, or is the problem of water shortage due to the construction of the Tajik hydroelectric power station .. Plus, you need protection from threats from Afghanistan. PM IT IS SIMPLY ADVANTAGEOUS FOR UZBEKS TO BE FRIENDLY WITH US. fellow
      5. lucul
        lucul April 28 2021 22: 48
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        You, too ... "peculiar" ... "people" ... still the same

        Independence means being able to defend against all external enemies, doesn't it? It was necessary to think about this when they were so eager to gain independence in 1991.
    2. Nasrat
      Nasrat April 28 2021 12: 04
      +1
      Quote: rocket757
      The military is trying to rely on common sense in protecting the interests of their states.
      The question is, how do politicians look at this ??? ...

      If the politicians had not given the command for a meeting, then there would have been no meeting ...

      Quote: rocket757
      There the people are still ... peculiar

      What’s this all about?
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 April 28 2021 12: 36
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        Quote: Nasr
        What’s this all about?

        This is just about POLITICIANS IN GENERAL! They all strive for power, with their own interests .... change not infrequently, but together with each new group, interests and the direction of cooperation may change.
        The military environment is more conservative, stable, and if the politicians who come to power do not begin to break everything, alter everything, cooperation remains stable, because the interests of protecting the state change little.
        PS It is clear that the military team came from the top, from the leadership ... that means there is a line for cooperation.
  3. Pereira
    Pereira April 28 2021 11: 34
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    Let the politicians agree first.
    1. Sidor Amenpodestovich
      Sidor Amenpodestovich April 28 2021 12: 27
      +1
      Quote: Pereira
      Let the politicians agree first.

      It seems to me that if they had not previously agreed, Kuzhugetich would not have gone anywhere.
  4. aszzz888
    aszzz888 April 28 2021 11: 39
    +1
    This document was adopted for the first time in the entire history of Russian-Uzbek cooperation. It was prepared by the defense ministries of the two countries and covers the period from 2021 to 2025.
    It will not be superfluous, in the light of current events.
  5. uzbek
    uzbek April 28 2021 12: 54
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    Thanks, we can manage without the bases somehow. Uzbekistan does not need a foreign base.
  6. iouris
    iouris April 28 2021 13: 15
    +1
    If they talk about a strategic partnership, then everything is lost.
  7. Vladimir61
    Vladimir61 April 28 2021 14: 15
    +1
    East is a delicate matter! On April 22, in a conversation with Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov, United States Secretary of State Anthony Blinken expressed hope for "holding the first dialogue on strategic partnership" at the end of 2021 ... Will the principle work, who did not have time, is late or not? That is the question!
    1. iouris
      iouris April 28 2021 16: 22
      -2
      Uzbekistan was Russia. All right, the train has left. They will expertly explain to you why everything disappeared. For this there are Peskov and Masha Zakharova.
      1. de_monSher
        de_monSher April 28 2021 22: 58
        +2
        Uzbekistan has always been, is and will be Uzbekistan. Just for some period of history, Uzbekistan was a colony of RI = not voluntarily =, and the Union Republic of the USSR = voluntarily =. And the USSR, this is not RI, and even more so not separately - Russia. The USSR was an entity created by the peoples inhabiting the former Republic of Ingushetia, wholeheartedly and for the future. We, the descendants, could not assess the prospect. Alas and ah. That's all that happened, and nothing to do with Peskov and Zakharova. If you have any problems with understanding historical facts, excessively violent fantasies, on a nationalist foundation - keep all this with you ... and not understanding, and sick fantasies ... *)))