DUSHANBE -- Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have agreed to set up visa-free travel between their countries, AKIpress reported Thursday (January 11).
The agreement, which covers visits of up to one month, was made during Uzbek Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov's two-day visit to Dushanbe that began on Wednesday (January 10).
The two sides also resolved a border dispute, agreeing to jointly manage a section of land hosting a hydropower station.
Presidents of Central Asian countries overall called 2017 a year of changes and said they foresee further innovations in 2018.
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