In today's world, we are not just witnesses but active participants in the profound global transformations occurring in both society and nature. The intricate interconnectivity of the modern world emphasizes that any action taken, especially those impacting the environment, ripples across every corner of the Earth. As global challenges escalate, the imperative for international guidelines and goals promoting sustainable development becomes increasingly apparent.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) serve as a universal call to action, uniting countries regardless of their development status or available resources. These goals focus on enhancing human well-being and safeguarding the natural environment from the consequences of unrestrained resource consumption. The urgency to adopt and implement these SDGs arises from the worsening global issues in our collective journey toward a sustainable future.
An article titled "The General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) was held in Samarkand, the tourist center of the Great Silk Road" was published on the website of the prominent Japanese tourism publishing house "Chikyuno Arukikata."
"Dedicated to the 32nd Anniversary of Uzbekistan's Independence" concert program occurred at Nagoya Civic Assembly Hall. 500 guests and compatriots and fellow guests from Aichi's business, academic, cultural, and expert circles attended.
At the event, Ambassador M. Abdurakhmanov delivered a congratulatory speech on the 32nd Anniversary of the Republic of Uzbekistan's Independence. He acknowledged that Nagoya has the second-highest concentration of Uzbek citizens after Tokyo. Additionally, he expressed gratitude for the peaceful coexistence between Uzbek individuals living in the city for work or education and the local community.
During the week, the cultural events that started in Tokyo continued in Nagoya. Our compatriots living in this city participated in a roundtable discussion. Uzbek students from Nagoya University, Nagoya University of Economics, Meijo University, Nagoya University of Technology, and colleges attended, along with our compatriots employed in leading companies in Aichi Prefecture.