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Estonian Ambassador to Uzbekistan Presents Credentials


On Wednesday, 12 October, Estonian Ambassador to Uzbekistan Simmu Tiik presented his credentials to Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Eljer Ganiyev. Ambassador Simmu Tiik resides in Moscow.

In the conversation that took place after the presentation of credentials, Deputy Prime Minister Eljer Ganiyev and Ambassador Simmu Tiik discussed opportunities to develop bilateral relations, the foreign policy priorities of both countries, and opportunities for co-operation in international organisations.

Ambassador Simmu Tiik was born on 19 February 1959 in Tartu. He completed Tartu’s 1st Secondary School (Hugo Treffner High School) and graduated from the history department of Tartu University. Ambassador Tiik has worked in the Foreign Ministry since 1993, starting in the political planning department of the Foreign Ministry and from there to the Estonian Embassy in Copenhagen. Tiik has also worked as an external advisor to the prime minister and served as the Estonian ambassador to Ireland. Before assuming the post of ambassador to Russia in 2009, Tiik was the director general of the Foreign Ministry’s 3rd political department.

Additional information:
Press spokesperson, Estonian Embassy in Moscow
Indrek Kiverik
+7495 6957201


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