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“We want to be respected.” The President of Tajikistan turned to Putin. News of the day in the world and Russia today

Tajik President Emomali Rahmon told Russian President Vladimir Putin that the Russian Federation had not complied with the request for the presence of Russian ministers at the forum in Tajikistan.

According to Rahmon, the country respects Russia and wants the same attitude from her, “so that there is no policy towards the countries of Central Asia as towards the former Soviet Union.”


We are not 100-200 million. But we want to be respected. Where did we break something? Didn’t say hello somewhere? We have always respected the interests of our main strategic partner. We want to be respected. Vladimir Vladimirovich, I ask you not to have a policy towards the countries of Central Asia as towards the former Soviet Union,”—

said Emomali Rahmon at the Russia-Central Asia forum in Astana (quote from informburo.kz)



Rahmon said that despite his request, it was Russia’s deputy ministers who came to “some unfortunate forum in Tajikistan” and not the heads of departments themselves. He did not specify which forum he was talking about.

Monologue of Emomali Rahmon at the summit in Astana on October 14.

On September 15, the International Investment Forum “Tajikistan – Russia” was held in Dushanbe.

According to the Embassy of Tajikistan in the Russian Federation, it was attended by Deputy Minister of Economic Development of Russia Dmitry Volvach, representatives of ministries and departments.

According to Emomali Rahmon, in the USSR, “as now, we were witnesses of the fact that there was no attention to small republics, small peoples.”

Traditions and customs were not taken into account. They did not provide support for development,

he said.

Today, at the Russia-Central Asia forum, the Russian president promised to help Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan resolve the border conflict.

On October 4, Vladimir Putin awarded Emomali Rahmon the Order of Merit for the Fatherland.

In September, colleagues discussed “topical issues of bilateral relations of strategic partnership.”

On September 1, the President of Tajikistan declared 2023 the Year of the Russian Language in the country.

The heads of state also opened five schools with instruction in Russian in Tajikistan.

Vladimir Putin said that the Cultural Center of Tajikistan would soon open in Moscow.

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