Central Asia stands out as one of the world's most vulnerable regions to the impacts of climate change. With features such as drought, highly fluctuating temperatures, low rainfall, and an uneven distribution of resources, the region is notably susceptible to the effects of climate change.
The new version of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan has laid a solid foundation for the stable development of statehood, socio-political, socio-economic, and legal spheres. This acknowledgment is particularly highlighted in the decree titled "On preparing for and conducting the celebration of the Constitution Day of the Republic of Uzbekistan," signed by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on November 16, 2023.
The new version of the Constitution, adopted in the referendum held in our country on April 30, 2023, created the political and legal basis for the implementation of the New Uzbekistan strategy and determined the priority directions for the further development of the state and society at the historically important stage of the development of national statehood.
On the initiative of the chambers of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the month of the Sustainable Development Goals is being held in the country, within the framework of which over 20 events are held - international conferences, round tables, public hearings dedicated to each of the Sustainable Development Goals adopted in Uzbekistan.
In the realm of international law, the cornerstone of democracy lies in the protection of human rights and the principle of equality for all citizens. Regardless of factors such as race, nationality, gender, place of residence, societal position, or religious and political beliefs, these foundational principles underscore the essence of democracy, ensuring a fair and just society.
The mining and metallurgical industry occupies one of the leading places in the economy of Uzbekistan. In this regard, Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combine JSC for gold mining and production has high industrial, technical, and technological potential, as well as a unique human resource.
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.
In the fifties of the last century, the strategic task of searching for and developing large deposits of uranium marked the beginning of the industrial development of the rich subsoil of the endless Kyzylkum desert.
In 2017, the Republic of Uzbekistan moved to a new stage of its democratic and legal development. Over the past period, a comprehensive legal system has been created to protect the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens, protect public order, ensure the safety of individuals, society and the state, and prevent crime.