05.03.2021

The Environmental, Social and Governance Report 2020 “Progress in Uzbekistan”

This Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report is the first in an annual effort to measure and assess Uzbekistan’s progress since the reform process began in 2017. It outlines the rationale behind key reforms and the resulting changes, as well as looking forward towards ongoing and future projects and their expected impact. The report is designed to chart Uzbekistan’s progress on the path to sustainable development and social reform using data and facts. This report also addresses efforts to tackle historic challenges caused by the country‘s past development such as the widespread use of forced labor in the annual cotton harvest.
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05.03.2021

Property rights – a fundamental value for Uzbekistan

In recent years, a number of positive reforms have been carried out in the field of protection of private property rights in Uzbekistan. These positive changes serve to improve the investment and business environment, thereby further increasing the investment attractiveness of the country.
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25.02.2021

The initiatives of the President of Uzbekistan cover all mechanisms for ensuring the rights and legitimate interests of each person, existing problems and ways to solve them

The UN and the Republic of Uzbekistan have a nearly 30-year history of cooperation. Uzbekistan became a member of the UN on March 2, 1992.
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25.02.2021

Uzbekistan Staff Concluding Statement of the 2021 Article IV Mission

A Concluding Statement describes the preliminary findings of IMF staff at the end of an official staff visit (or ‘mission’), in most cases to a member country. Missions are undertaken as part of regular (usually annual) consultations under Article IV of the IMF's Articles of Agreement, in the context of a request to use IMF resources (borrow from the IMF), as part of discussions of staff monitored programs, or as part of other staff monitoring of economic developments.
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25.02.2021

Speech by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev at the 46th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council

Distinguished President Madame NAZHAT SHAMEEM KHAN! Distinguished High Commissioner Madame MICHELLE BACHELET! Ladies and gentlemen!
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22.02.2021

Why is it important to involve Afghanistan in the Central Asian economy?

Looking for answer to this question, which worries the expert community, the newspaper «Pravda Vostoka» (Tashkent) turned to the First Deputy Director of the Institute for Strategic and Interregional Studies (ISRS) under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Akramjon NEMATOV:
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17.02.2021

Director of ISIS Eldor Aripov: “Mazar-i-Sharif – Peshawar: a corridor to the new future of Central and South Asia”

On February 2, Tashkent hosted a landmark event for the future of Afghanistan and the entire region. It was the first trilateral meeting of Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan on the implementation of the project for the construction of the Mazar-i-Sharif-Kabul-Peshawar railway.
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12.02.2021

Systematization of legislation in Uzbekistan: Results and prospects

One of the main tasks of the Ministry of Justice is the systematization of legislation in all spheres, revision of the adopted legislative documents in Uzbekistan and their harmonization with the present day.
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12.02.2021

Regulatory guillotine - a new step towards improving business in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan has been implementing dynamic reforms in all areas of state and public construction, in recent years, what is reflected in the legislation. In this regard, special attention is paid to the quality systematization of legislation.
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04.02.2021

New Uzbekistan and electoral legislation

As part of the large-scale and consistent reforms carried out in the country aimed at creating a new democratic and free Uzbekistan, special attention is paid to the implementation of the constitutional principle of democracy, ensuring the participation of citizens in government and society, as well as improving electoral legislation.
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