First Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Azimov of Uzbekistan

Uzbek Senior Deputy Premier Rustam Azimov is expected in Moscow - Ferghana.
Rustam AzimovUzbek Senior Deputy Premier Rustam Azimov is expected in Moscow later today for negotiations with Russian Deputy Premier Sergei Ivanov and discussion of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's visit to Tashkent next month.
Government official in charge of relations with Russia who sits on the Uzbek-Russian government commission, Azimov is coming to Moscow to meet with Ivanov, chairman of the Russian part of the panel.
Azimov said Uzbekistan sticks to the one-China policy and will deepen cooperation with China in all fields.
During his working visit to China started from May 11, Azimov met with Chinese officials and business people in a bid to prepare for Karimov's visit.
Minister Rustam Azimov said Thursday.
1%, First Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Rustam Azimov said Thursday at the 16th plenary session of Uzbekistan’s Senate.
Azimov said next year's growth rate would also be revised down from 8.
Azimov was the very first chairman of the board of the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of the Republic of Uzbekistan from its inception in 1991 through 1998.
ambitions to become Karimovs successor.
But Azimov said he saw a concrete breakthrough in the key issue of currency convertibility.
Azimov said the government’s new reforms aimed not to get a new handout of loans, but to change the economy fundamentally.
Uzbekistan's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economics Rustam Azimov joined the two defense leaders in the talks.
Azimov is heading a delegation of the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan visiting Washington, D.
Uzbek economics minister Rustam Azimov has promised to end his country's tight restrictions on exchanging foreign currency by the end of this year.
But Azimov said this would not be needed.
Azimov said sound economic policies had produced the change.
Uzbek Deputy Prime Minister Rustam Azimov said Oct 8 that "from today, all remaining restrictions on currency transactions have been lifted," officially allowing the som to float.