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The Embassy of Tajikistan in Berlin

Contact

Address: Perleberger Strasse 43, 10559 Berlin, Germany

Tel.: (+49) 30 347 930-0

Fax: (+49) 30 34793029

E-mail: info@botschaft-tadschikistan.de

www.botschaft-tadschikistan.de

The Ambassador

Amb. Tajikistan

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He was born on 08.05.1974

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
September 2018 – Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of
Tajikistan to the Federal Republic Germany
2018 - Head of Department for European Countries and USA
2014- 2017 - Embassy Tajikistan to the Federal Republic of Germany, Counselor
2013-2014 - Department for Human Resources, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan,
Head of Division for diplomatic Mission
2012-2013 – Assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
2008-2011 – Embassy of Tajikistan to the Federal Republic of Germany, Attaché for Culture
und Presse
1997-1998 – Working at the Technical University Dushanbe,

EDUCATION
2009 - 2010 – Training for international Diplomats, Federal Foreign Office of Germany
1999-2004 Graduate student, Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg, Germany, German
studies and communication science, Oriental Studies
1991-1996 –Graduate student, Schevtschenko University Dushanbe,
1991 – High School

LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Tajik, Germany, Russian, English, Farsi

History

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Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Tajikistan and the Federal Republic of Germany were established in 1992. The German Embassy was one of the first foreign representative offices in the Republic of Tajikistan and started its activities on June 10, 1993.

Mutual high-level visits laid the foundation for multilateral cooperation between Tajikistan and Germany. In March 2003, the visit of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon to the Federal Republic of Germany contributed to the development of bilateral political and economic relations.

The main areas of cooperation between two countries is the production of constructing materials, the introduction of German technology, the production and sale of decorative building stones, production and sale of agricultural products and the introduction of modern techniques and technologies.