On June 2, Cholpon-Ata city of Kyrgyzstan will host the second EU-Central Asia summit.
The meeting will be attended by the heads of state of the Central Asian countries and the President of the European Council Charles Michel.
The agenda of the event includes issues of further development of constructive dialogue and expansion of practical interaction between the countries of Central Asia and the European Union.
The focus will be on topical aspects of increasing mutual trade using the GSP+ regime, creating favorable conditions and promoting investment and innovation projects, introducing green energy, unlocking the potential of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Corridor, partnerships in the field of digital interconnectivity, ecology, tourism, culture and other areas.
A number of bilateral meetings are also planned on the sidelines of the summit.
It should be recalled that the first regional meeting in this format was held on October 27, 2022, in Astana (Kazakhstan).