Central Asia security problems and settlement of the Afghani crisis were discussed at a Dushanbe meeting, Thursday, between Tajikistan's President Emomali Rakhmonov and special adviser to the US State Secretary John Byerly. According to the press secretary of the Tajik President Zafar Saidov, President Rakhmonov expressed hope that the United States and Russia, in their capacity of UN Security Council members and participants to the 6+2 international group, would resume intensive efforts aiming to prompt peaceful settlement of the Afghani crisis. With the Bush administration's foreign policy vis-a-vis Tajikistan will not undergo any crucial changes, said Byerly. The United States will continue rendering assistance to Tajikistan in its post-conflict construction. Besides, said Byerly, the United States is also going to give the republic a hand in fighting drugs trafficking.
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