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International negotiations on Trans-Afghan corridor held in Tashkent

In Tashkent, trilateral (Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan) and multilateral (Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan) negotiations were held with the participation of responsible leaders and representatives of ministries and departments for the design and construction of the railway line “Termez – Mazar-i-Sharif – Kabul – Peshawar”. “The parties noted the importance of …

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The beauty of Uzbekistan

Since ancient times, Uzbekistan has been in the center of Great Silk Road and has a great historical, cultural and architectural heritage. By Sher KarimovSamarkand, Bukhara, Khiva are the brands of the ancient culture of the East. The landscapes of mountains and deserts of Uzbekistan attract attention and admiration of …

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Turkey says can’t take any more Afghan refugees

Turkey cannot bear the burden of a new wave of migrants from Afghanistan, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Sunday after talks with his German counterpart, as concerns over a new wave of migrants wave of migrants remain after the takeover of power by the Taliban. Events in Afghanistan fueled …

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The economy of Uzbekistan is growing steadily

The latest edition of the World Bank’s Economic Update for the Europe and Central Asia region was released. The report contains the analysis of the situation in 23 economies of the region and forecasts related to their social and economic development in 2021 and 2022. It also covers the recent …

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Andijan organizes grand “Youth Forum” festival

By Sher KarimovThe Youth Forum Andijan 2021 festival was held in Andijan on May 20-22. The purpose of the forum, organized by the regional administration, the regional department of the Agency for Youth Affairs and the regional council of the Youth Union of Uzbekistan, is to share Andijan experience in …

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Uzbekistan’s tourism potential presented in Athens

The Consulate General of Uzbekistan in Athens showcased the tourism potential of Uzbekistan this week. The event was organized jointly with the Greece – Uzbekistan Friendship Society and the Greco-Eurasian Alliance. Popular tour operators, representatives of official authorities, scientific, academic and business circles, the media and the public of Greece …

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Kabul Corridor railway from Termez to the city of Peshawar

The leaders of Pakistan and Uzbekistan held a virtual meeting on Wednesday to discuss ways of enhancing bilateral cooperation, with a particular focus on trade, security, and defense. Prime Minister Imran Khan and Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev also underscored the importance of countering a rising wave of Islamophobia and promoting …

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Geotourism – a new direction of the tourism industry

The State Tourism Committee, together with Navoi region officials, has studied the infrastructure facilities for geotourism and industrial tourism in the Amantoytov and Dovgiztov fields of the Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Combine (NMMC). According to the committee, it aims to introduce new types of tourism. “In recent years, geotourism has …

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Bukhara – The Capital of Islamic Culture

Sacred Bukhara is one of the tourist gems of Uzbekistan. The historic city centre is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The age of the city exceeds 2500 years. Let us say one thing. You will lose out so, so much, if you do not visit Bukhara. Popular landmarks …

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Andijan: the birthplace of the great Bobur

Andijan region is the birthplace of the great Bobur, the smallest in the area, and at the same time the most densely populated region of Uzbekistan. The history of this region begins with the ancient Dayuan State founded here in the VI century BC. Agriculture with artificial irrigation and cattle …

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The friendship of peoples is growing to the State level!

By Nurbek Olloyor   The historical ties between Uzbekistan and Afghanistan, existed long before the formation of these governments as republics. The emergence of these ties brings us back to the days when Uzbekistan and Afghanistan were not yet divided by political borders and were considered as a part of …

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Pragmatic English legal system as a model in Uzbekistan’s FEZ

Free economic zones can be a driving force to attract foreign direct investment and technologies, accelerate the process of industrialization and increase trade in Central Asia. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) says, that, FEZ entities operate on preferential terms and enjoy tax, customs, administrative and financial benefits. As countries develop, …

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Alisher Navoi – the pride of Uzbek people

Uzbek literature’s classical period lasted from the 9th to the second half of the 19th century. During that period numerous literary works were produced, often under the patronage of Turkic emperors, kings, sultans, and emirs. The best-known patrons of the Turkic literature of the historical region known as Turkistan—which includes …

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In the new phase of Uzbekistan-Afghanistan relations

In May 2019, Tashkent introduced a trade area between Afghanistan and Uzbekistan that will operate on the Afghan-Uzbekistan frontier at the Termez Cargo Center terminal. The trade area promises speedy processing of documentation from and to Afghanistan for products. This unprecedented move towards closer trade ties between Tashkent and Kabul …

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Uzbekistan – country theaters

Uzbekistan has a strong background in drama, music and dance. As in so many areas of Uzbek culture, there are two broad sectors: indigenous Uzbek performing arts (with classical and folk subsections) and international/European arts. There is no sharp divide between foreign and indigenous traditions: they overlap and intermingle in …

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Attractive Uzbekistan

I am an ordinary young man, my great hobby is travelling. I am at the age of 35 and I have visited more than 50 countries all over the world so far. Recently I have visited Uzbekistan – the pearl of the East. Here I would like to share my …

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