President of the Republic of Tajikistan

Participation in an extraordinary meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Commonwealth of Independent States

06.12.2018 21:25, Russian Federation

On December 6, the Founder of Peace and National Unity – Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon took part in an extraordinary meeting of the CIS Council of Heads of State in St. Petersburg of the Russian Federation.

The summit participants discussed current state and prospects for further broadening the interstate integration within the CIS framework and outlined cooperation plans related to ensuring sustainable socio-economic development and strengthening stability and security for CIS member states.

The agenda of extraordinary summit of the heads of CIS states also included the coordination of actions on regional and international matters, including fight against terrorism and extremism, drug trafficking, and other transnational organized crimes.

Tonight, following completion of the extraordinary CIS summit, by the invitation of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, the heads of state of the Commonwealth of Independent States saw the "Nutcracker" ballet at the Mariinsky Theater of St. Petersburg.

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