Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan hosted talks with Taliban

According to the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, Yusup Kabulzhanov, today, the negotiations between members of the government of the republic and a delegation of the Taliban movement (prohibited in the …

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Termez becomes hub for Afghan aid

The city of Termez on Uzbekistan’s border with Afghanistan is turning into a staging post for supplies of humanitarian aid to the stricken country, where millions of people are in urgent need of assistance. Granting access to …

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Uzbekistan seeks energy hub role for Central Asia

Growing integration of national energy systems across the five nations of Central Asia is helping to ease congestion and power outages arising from peak power usage, Uzbekistan’s First Deputy Energy Minister Azim Ahmedkhadzhayev said

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Uzbekistan opens doors to Israeli companies

Commercial companies specialize in searching for and identifying new markets. This was certainly the case when the United Arab Emirates market opened up to Israeli companies in the wake of the Abraham Accords

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Why Uzbekistan hires  foreign advisers

When President Shavkat Mirziyoyev decided Uzbekistan’s inefficient and laggard economy needed a legislative overhaul, he turned not to his ministers nor the country’s parliament, but a more unusual source: an Indian-born former British civil servant

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Population of Uzbekistan exceeds 35 million

Permanent population of Uzbekistan has grown almost for 140,000 people, according to the State Statistics Committee. The permanent population reached 35,000,082 people as of September 7. They include 17,570,041 males and …

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Uzbekistan receives new vaccine consignment from China

Two more consignments of the Chinese-Uzbek vaccine against coronavirus ZF-UZ-VAC2001 have arrived in Uzbekistan from China, according to the press service of Uzbek Ministry of Health. Uzbekistan received 1.5 million doses on Sunday …

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Tokayev knows how to ease water conflicts in Central Asia

An early August meeting of Central Asian heads of state in Turkmenistan Kazakhstani President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev proposed the creation of a vice ministerial-level working group and a regional consortium with the goal of promoting regional cooperation to protect precious water resources

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