DELI, December 19th. / IA "Dunyo" /. Abdusamad Khaidarov, director of the Diplomatic Academy of at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, has been elected as a member of the Advisory Council of the India-Central Asia Foundation (ICAF), reports IA "Dunyo".
At the latest meeting of the foundation's governing body, Anumula Gitesh Sharma, a renowned diplomat and former ambassador of India to Uzbekistan, was also approved as the Vice President of ICAF.
Our country's embassy in Delhi maintains close cooperation with the India-Central Asia Foundation. In particular, in July of this year, a round table was organized in Delhi to discuss the results of the early presidential elections in Uzbekistan.
The event was attended by renowned experts and analysts, including representatives of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia University, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, Vivekenanda International Foundation, as well as diplomats who have led Indian missions in Uzbekistan and other countries in Central Asia, and media representatives.
In September, the International Center of India celebrated the 1050th anniversary of the great thinker and encyclopedist Abu Rayhan al-Biruni, highlighting that his research covered various areas and had a significant influence on the development of human scientific thought, and his invaluable work continues to be studied internationally.
Representatives of the foundation provided detailed information on the history and current state of relations between Uzbekistan and India at an international conference held at Kashmir University in November.
In 2024, the Embassy and the Foundation intend to jointly organize a series of events dedicated to the process of renewal in Uzbekistan, the current state and prospects of Uzbek-Indian relations, and other relevant topics, as well as publish various books and brochures.