29.07.2021

Development of the economy of Uzbekistan in the first half of 2021

Despite the ongoing pandemic in the world, the economy of Uzbekistan has reached record growth rates.
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29.07.2021

Tashkent's "soft power" on the Afghan track

Tashkent's policy on Afghan issues has acquired new dynamism with the arrival of a new leader in Uzbekistan. Within the framework of the new policy of forming a "security belt" around Uzbekistan and the priority of building mutually beneficial relations with neighboring countries, Afghanistan has become one of the main directions of Tashkent's foreign policy.
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29.07.2021

How the demand for cars has changed in Uzbekistan

The Center for Economic Research and Reforms (CERR) regularly analyzes changes of demand in the real estate and car markets. A gradual increase of demand in these markets during January – June indicates economic recovery in Uzbekistan.
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29.07.2021

Development of trade, economic and investment cooperation between the countries of Central Asia - as a factor in ensuring their development

The prior importance of the Central Asian countries in foreign policy was designated by the President of Uzbekistan immediately after his election and subsequently confirmed by the practical actions and initiatives of our state. Such a policy, aimed at strengthening friendly relations between Uzbekistan and neighboring countries, ensured stability and security on its external borders, which is one of the important conditions for the investment attractiveness of the country.
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28.07.2021

Third sector in Uzbekistan: new trends

The Republic of Uzbekistan, in order to form and develop a free civil society, has set itself the most important task − the further implementation of the fundamental principle of state and social construction in Uzbekistan.
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12.07.2021

Topical issues of the development of the media and the blogosphere in Uzbekistan as one of the most important institutions of civil society

Having set itself the task of joining a number of developed countries of the world, Uzbekistan is confidently moving along the path of democratization. Noticeable transformations have affected all spheres: economy, industry, science, education, culture. The principle laid down by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev in the basis of reforms is the guideline for action: "It is not the people who serve the state bodies, but the state bodies must serve the people."
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12.07.2021

Torture as a crime against humanity. The new Resolution of the President of Uzbekistan is aimed at improving the system of preventive mechanisms to prevent the use of torture

The article “Torture as a crime against humanity. The new Resolution of the President of Uzbekistan is aimed at improving the system of preventive mechanisms to prevent the use of torture” by Akmal Saidov, the First Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis, Deputy Chairman of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan was published in the issue of the parliamentary newspaper “Pravda Vostoka” for July 7, 2021.
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09.07.2021

On 15-16 July, the International Conference “Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity. Challenges and Opportunities” will take place in Tashkent

The International Conference “Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity. Challenges and Opportunities” will take place in Tashkent on 15-16 July at the initiative of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
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09.07.2021

ISRS Expert: The political and cultural relationships of the vast sub-region of Central and South Asia are rooted deep in history

The new political reality in the region, formed by the proactive, proactive and constructive diplomacy of the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, had a positive impact on building up cooperation on a wide range of issues both between the countries of Central Asia and on an international scale.
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09.07.2021

FREEDOM OF SPEECH IS A DRIVER OF PROGRESS

The famous French writer and philosopher, Nobel Prize laureate Albert Camu, who was called " Western Conscience" during his lifetime, said: “Free press is divided into good or bad. Press without freedom is bad".
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