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Topic - Islam Karimov
Uzbekistan celebrated the 20th anniversary of its independence earlier this month, but many say there is little to celebrate.
"Water resources could become a problem in the future that could escalate tensions not only in our region but on every continent," Mr. Karimov said. "I won't name specific countries, but all of this could deteriorate to the point where not just serious confrontation, but even wars could be the result."
"When they talk about the integration process and create different inter-state organizations to this end, we should always be vigilant of the fact that these organizations could become increasingly political," said Mr. Karimov.