Uzbek FM receiving treatment in foreign clinic
TASHKENT. March 29 (Interfax) - Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov is receiving treatment for his chronic condition in a foreign clinic, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry's press service said on Tuesday.
Kamilov was treated by the Central Clinical Hospital of the Main Medical Department in Tashkent for the past ten days and continued his treatment abroad, the press service said.
"A medical panel has decided that Kamilov needed a more profound health check, so the minister is continuing his treatment abroad. He will undergo a specialized medical check and will receive the necessary treatment," it said.
Born in 1947, Kamilov has been serving as the Uzbek foreign minister since January 2012.