There are currently 137 cultural centres in Uzbekistan, among which the Association of the Korean Cultural Centres of Uzbekistan (with branches in all regions of the nation) has been playing a major role in the development of ethnic identity and furthering the harmonization of relations between differing nationalities in the country.
Under the motto “bringing democracy and stability to Central Asia” the superpowers have tried to take control over the region.
It is becoming clear that US want to convince the world Uzbekistan is a terrorist country
Expert from Chicago says: "America created and supports ISIS, al-Qaeda and other well-known terrorist groups – using their fighters to advance its imperium"
The new discount program surely will make the Uzbek air company more attractive for passengers.
The Fund will appropriate resources to banks to provide loans to small business units and be a guarantor for up to 50 % of the amount of not exceeding 500 000 USD loans of small businesses.
Choue Chung-won was awarded with the title of honorary citizen of Tashkent and honorary doctor of science of the National university of Uzbekistan.
Again, Afghanistan is a center of terrorism; and again, Afghan drugs are being produced in large quantities. Today, when ISIS is on the rise in Afghanistan, yet again, the world’s focus is on this country.
The contracts and agreements worth more than USD 2 billions, 30 projects in pharmaceutics, textile industry, electro-technical, construction and banking sectors – this is just the material result of the 4th meeting of Turkish-Uzbek Joint Economic Commission held in Tashkent.
An exclusive festival of flowers – “Namangan Flower Show” will be held for five days, from May 27 to June 1 in Babur Park of Namangan city, known as “the city of flowers” in Uzbekistan.
In Gurumsaray area of Pap, there is a mineral water spring. Water is pushed up to the surface from 2475 m below ground. The water does not cool down before it reaches the surface and comes out at a temperature of 30–40 °C.
The second challenge is North Korea… The only solution here can be found in a face-to-face discussion of the leaders of South and North Koreas. The new president should show bravery and visit Pyongyang...
Will the coming news be about the decision of ISIS leaders on renaming the group to Islamic State of Uzbekistan?
It seems that the next news will be about the decision of ISIS leaders on renaming the group to Islamic State of Uzbekistan and this is almost a “secret de Polichinelle”. Because this will be the easiest way for saying that Uzbekistan is a terrorist state. The “world powers” will think on struggle against the “threats of Uzbek terrorism” and even they may want to take steps to “protect” the world from it…
Swedish newspaper Expressen has recently published a material by Mats Larsson “Därför exporteras terror från Uzbekistan” (Therefore, the export of terror from Uzbekistan) partly trying to be relied on the opinion on Svante E. Cornell, the Director of so-called Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program Joint Center.
Stockholm attack suspected tried to join ISIS in 2015 and was arrested by Turkey's military forces. But Sweden took him back! The question: Why?
Seems today it is time to fix the rules of the game: either these countries should return wanted Uzbek citizens home, or in case of such acts of violence not the nation of the guilty but the country that sheltered him should be blamed for its terrorist protection.
Terrorism today has become very big threat to all humanity. The word ISIS is used today as the biggest safety hazard. However, the more actual hazard arising from North Korean nuclear weapons program is having less attention of world community.
Global Nepal Fest-2017 is taking place in two major east coast cities of the United States with a view to promoting Nepal to the global community through art, music, culture, food, tourism and handicrafts.
Now, Scandinavia, the region, the paradise of people who escaped from Uzbekistan because of the crimes committed there and therefore wanted by Uzbek law-enforcement authorities. Difficult-to-understand fact, but many such people become granted asylum in Sweden and Norway.
At the General Assembly, there were some AJA organizational changes. Three journalists were newly named as executive directors: Ms. Rosalin Garganera from Philippines, Ms. Edita Dadasyan from Georgia, and Dilmurod Djumabaev from Uzbekistan.