DR opportunities in Central Asia and Caucasus to be discussed at conference

The Convention Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Dominican Republic was the venue for a conference given by Ambassador Elvis Alam.

The Convention Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Dominican Republic was the venue for the conference given by Ambassador Elvis Alam, entitled “Central Asia and Caucasus: new frontiers for diplomatic and commercial relations of the Dominican Republic”.

In the lecture, which was attended by more than one hundred people, the Dominican Ambassador accredited in Türkiye and concurrent with several countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus, presented the geographical, historical, political, economic and cultural characteristics of that region, highlighting the role it is called to play in the world geopolitical chessboard, as well as the potential of the Dominican Republic to build fruitful relations with these countries in the field of cooperation, diplomacy and trade.

The Central Asian region comprises: Turkey, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The Caucasian countries are Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Currently, he pointed out, it is known that the United States, Russia, China, the European Union and Turkey are disputing the primacy of influence in an area rich in energy resources, highlighting that the largest investor is the European Union with more than 40% of the total.

As part of the foreign policy vision of the Foreign Minister of the Dominican Republic Roberto Alvarez and President Luis Abinader, for the first time since the independence of these countries, we have concurrent ambassadors throughout the area, covered from Russia and Turkey, explained Ambassador Alam.

Ambassador Elvis Alam from Turkiye is concurrent in Lebanon, Bulgaria, Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Georgia.

Source: Listindiario.com

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