Ambassador to the US Abdulaziz Kamilov of Uzbekistan

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In an interview with The Washington Post, Kamilov was asked if the cooperation included the presence of US.
His Excellency Abdulaziz Kamilov: Abdulaziz Kamilov was appointed ambassador to the United States from Uzbekistan on December 4, 2003.
Abdulaziz Kamilov was in Iran and Pakistan from 24-27 November to whip up support for a conference on Afghanistan in Tashkent, ITAR-TASS reported.
According to the report, Kamilov was due to meet a senior Taliban.
Kamilov said that in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly in New York he would propose the establishment of a ''contact group'' to press for a new coalition in Kabul.
The Gulf News Agency GNA said that in an arrival statement Kamilov expressed hopes that the visit will result in signing several bilateral agreements between the two countries in investment, trade, industrial and agricultural fields as well as in the areas of aviation and exchanging viewpoints on several political issues of concern to the two sides.
Oskanian's invitation to visit Armenia.
Kamilov is very much afraid of his competitors, has cleaned both all sane diplomats and those who have known about his abusings, CentrAsia writes.
According to CentrAsia, these services fond it more favourable if Kamilov remained the minister.
The Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov said the rebels were receiving support and assistance from unnamed members of the United Tajik Opposition, UTO, but he stopped short of pointing the finger directly at Dushanbe.
In contrast to previous occasions Kamilov said Uzbek and Tajik forces were co-operating to combat the incursion.
While Kamilov was careful to note that the Pakistani government was not involved in the training, he called on Islamabad to assist in controlling the groups involved.
Abdulaziz Kamilov was born on November 16, 1947 in the city of Yangiyul, Republic of Uzbekistan.
Abdulaziz Kamilov was appointed ambassador to the United States from Uzbekistan on December 4, 2003.