Tajikistan, World Bank leaders discuss co-operation in Dushanbe


DUSHANBE -- Tajik President Emomali Rahmon and Cyril Muller, the World Bank's vice president for Europe and Central Asia, met in Dushanbe Wednesday (June 20) to discuss co-operation in agriculture, education, fiscal management and response to natural disasters, Asia-Plus reported.

The officials also covered the need for more preferential loans and grants from the World Bank to minimise Tajik financial risks, according to Rahmon's website.

During the meeting, Rahmon thanked the World Bank for its support in developing energy, transportation, communications and agriculture in Tajikistan, said the website.

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