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Nikkei Asia: Uzbekistan is the third-largest producer after China and India

The Japanese electronic publication "Nikkei Asia" published an article on the carpet weaving traditions of Uzbekistan.

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Attention compatriots

Great news for those who work in educational or scientific-research institutions, international organizations in foreign countries, make a worthy contribution to science, or create in various directions of fiction!

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News for citizens from the Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice has made several notarial activities online to support compatriots abroad in the notary field, to create comfortable conditions and relief.

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Uzbekistan Embassy Organizes Charity Campaign for Earthquake Victims on the Occasion of Navroz Holiday

On the occasion of the national holiday "Nawruz", the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Japan, in collaboration with the Nanao International Relations Center and the "YOU-I" NGO, hosted a charity event for victims of the recent earthquake near the Noto Peninsula in January 2024. Held at the Yatago Community Center in Nanao, Ishikawa Prefecture, the event aimed to provide support and uplift the spirits of those affected.

News from Uzbekistan


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A unique system of dialogue between the state and the people has been created in Uzbekistan

Over 9.3 million reviewed applications show that interaction has been established between government agencies and the people

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Due to the comprehensive measures taken, Uzbekistan annually saves about 7 billion cubic meters of water

The autumn-winter season of last year in Uzbekistan was distinguished by heavy rainfall. In the spring of 2024, nature also spoiled farmers with frequent rains. Due to this, 11 billion 155 million cubic meters have accumulated in the country’s reservoirs (12 percent more than in 2023). On April 1, the summer irrigation season began in the republic, and water is supplied to the regions according to a certain limit.

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Uzbekistan has identified priorities for cooperation with the EAEU as an observer country

The foreign policy of Uzbekistan is developing based on deeply thought-out mutually beneficial and strong relations. At the same time, the priority is the desire to increase the country's place and role as an equal subject of international relations, joining several developed democratic states, and creating an atmosphere of security, stability, and good neighborliness with neighboring states.

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Tashkent will host the first meeting of Central Asia Regional Expert Council in Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Returnees

On May 14 this year, the first meeting of Central Asia Regional Expert Council in Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Returnees from armed conflict zones will be held in Tashkent.

Business in Uzbekistan


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UNWTO General Assembly to be held in Uzbekistan for the first time in history

The 25th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is scheduled for October 16-20 this year in Samarkand. For the first time in history, Uzbekistan will host the General Assembly, the most important biennial event in the UN family system.

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UNWTO General Assembly to be held in Uzbekistan for the first time in history

The 25th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is scheduled for October 16-20 this year in Samarkand. For the first time in history, Uzbekistan will host this important biennial gathering of member states and affiliate members of UNWTO.

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Tourist routes of Uzbekistan: Welcome to Rishtan!

​Thirty years ago it was difficult to imagine the Rishtan district of the Fergana region as a territory of promising tourism. Today, the ranks of those wishing to visit this ancient city - the main pottery workshop of Uzbekistan - are expanding - both among local guests and foreign ones.

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Tourists are attracted to Uzbekistan not only by Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva but also by other regions of the country

Central Asia is home to a myriad of captivating countries, each with their own unique histories, cultures, and natural marvels. Uzbekistan is unquestionably among them. Over the past few years, the Uzbekistani government has made significant strides in enhancing the quality of its services and creating a welcoming environment to entice visitors from all corners of the globe. Consequently, Uzbekistan has emerged as one of the most alluring tourist destinations in the region. 


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