05.11.2021

COOPERATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF THE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN TO PARLIAMENT: PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURES IN SERVICE OF DEMOCRACY

The rule of law is ensured in a democratic society through a fair, impartial and effective administration of justice. This type of administration of justice requires independent and impartial judges and prosecutors who ensure the preservation of individual rights and freedoms as well as the maintenance of public order[1]. Regardless of how different prosecutors’ systems are in different countries, they all have one element in common. Prosecutors must make decisions independently and carry out their responsibilities free of outside pressure or intervention, while adhering to the principles of separation of powers and accountability[2]. As the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sh.M. Mirziyoyev rightly noted: “Our people can endure any difficulties, but they will not tolerate injustice”[3]. In this regard, the essence of the mission for prosecutors is to ensure social justice and the rule of law.
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05.11.2021

RULES OF VISITING HOLY PLACE

1. It is recommended to visit separately by men and women, follow order and line.
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15.10.2021

Strengthening the Legal Status of the Ombudsman for Children is a Key Factor in Promoting the Principle of the Best Interests of the Child

Today, systematic work is under way in Uzbekistan to implement the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the legal and institutional framework for protecting the rights and interests of children are improving.
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15.10.2021

The volunteer movement: goodwill is the foundation of humanity

Today, the volunteer movement is an integral part of the social sphere, which provides gratuitous assistance to people in difficult life situations.
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13.10.2021

Information of the rules for entering the Republic of Uzbekistan from foreign countries during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Uzbekistan Special Republican Commission is monitoring the epidemiological situation in foreign countries, and has categorised them as Red, Yellow and Green. Anyone arriving in Uzbekistan on a direct flight or rail must provide a certificate of coronavirus infection, which must be tested only by the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) method and must have a negative results of test for coronavirus no more than 72 hours before their arrival into the Country, including passengers who have vaccinated.
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13.10.2021

"I will go to Kokand": II International Festival of Handicrafts will be held in Kokand"

In 2022, the II International Festival of Crafts will be held in Kokand. This is provided for by the Government decree by July 8, 2021 in accordance with the relevant of the President Decree of the Republic of Uzbekistan of 2019 on holding the festival every 2 years in September.
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08.10.2021

Afghanistan is a Source of not only Challenges and Threats, but also New Opportunities

Afghanistan is a source of not only challenges and threats, but also new opportunities that can be used as the basis for constructive, creative regional projects. This was stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov.
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08.10.2021

Сeremony of awarding a commemorative medal «Ўзбекистон Республикаси мустақиллигининг 30 йиллиги»

In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated 23 August 2021, the ceremony of awarding a commemorative medal «Ўзбекистон Республикаси мустақиллигининг 30 йиллиги» («30th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan») was held at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Austria, which was awarded to the third secretary of the diplomatic mission Rustam Hudoyberdiev.
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07.10.2021

Can Uzbekistan adapt to the consequences of global climate change?

“Global climate change is one of the most serious challenges of our times. It is also becoming a significant obstacle to sustainable development”, - said Marat Aitov, Head of department of the Institute for Strategic and Regional Studies under the President of Uzbekistan in an analytical note “Can Uzbekistan adapt to the consequences of global climate change?”, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.
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23.09.2021

Sadullayev Alisher, Head of the Agency for Youth Affairs

The Year of Support for Youth and Public Health Promotion 2021 is strategically important for Uzbekistan as over 60% of the population are young people. Uzbekistan needs to rip the demographic dividend. According to statistics of UNFPA, in 2046 in Uzbekistan, there will be around 27 million working-age population. Then the demographic dividend reaches its final destination, where it starts to decline in demographic growth. That is why Uzbekistan needs to have a clear strategy for mobilising the resources in young people.
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