Tashkent has not requested assistance from Moscow’s treatment of the President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov. This was stated to journalists on Wednesday, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Olga Golodets, reports “Interfax”.
“We always provide assistance, if you come to us, about the complex technological operations, which are not in any territory of a neighboring state. But such a formal treatment, we were not” — said Golodets, answering a question of journalists, whether the authorities of Uzbekistan to Russia with a request to provide medical assistance or Advisory support in the treatment of Karimov
She recalled that between Russia and Uzbekistan signed an agreement under which the Russian side could provide medical assistance to the Uzbek leader.
That Karimov suffered a stroke, on Sunday, reported the news Agency “Fergana”. Monday, August 29, youngest daughter of the President of Uzbekistan Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva has confirmed in her Instagram that her father “Saturday morning” suffered a stroke, was hospitalized and is in serious condition.