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.
Five acclaimed movies of the modern Japanese cinema “Bushido Sixteen”, “Miyori's Forest”, “Chibi Maruko-chan”, “xxxHolic: A Midsummer Night's Dream” and “The Garden of Words” to be screened in Tashkent during the annual Days of Japanese cinema started on March 24.
The Central Asian cooperation was not welcomed by world hegemons and for this reason in the case of any small issues between the countries through “free mass media” they made mountains out of molehills.
Today it is a fact that the newly elected president of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has moved Central Asian neighbourhood into new era – “zero problems with each other.”
Today’s heads of two countries, Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Recep Tayyip Erdogan are trying to develop the relations between Uzbekistan and Turkiye to the maximum level of cooperation. Again, the states of brotherhood are building very close connections in all spheres of life, welcoming back each other.
South Korea after World War II was one the poorest countries in the world. In such a short period of time it has become one of the most developed countries in the world just because Korea, like few Asian also fast-developing countries, has something unique, something own. And this something is, or to be true, was Respect in the society.
Economist and research officer Gaëlle Balineau, head of the department of Agriculture, Rural development, Biodiversity Sustainable Development of the Agency Benoit Faivre-Dupaigre and Raphaël Jozan, head of AFD in Tashkent have visited Namangan region of Uzbekistan.
UzChasys, an Uzbek-Korean joint venture on the production of headlights and lights, opened in 2008 in Namangan region of Uzbekistan as one of the successful investments of Korean side in the Uzbek land.
A farmer from Uchkurgan district of the region, Murodjon Ibrakhimov decided to increase the productivity of agricultural crops and put in the forefront industrialization of agriculture.
The detail for attention of the Jizzakh games is the fact that for the first time the “Barkamol avlod” competitions’ program will feature 17 sports.
Uzbekistan celebrates the birthday of the great poet and educator, a talented military leader and statesman Zakhiriddin Muhammad Babur
Namangan literature, the important part of Uzbek literature has always been very well-known for its unique poetic representatives, such as Asiridin Akhsikatiy, Mashrab, Ibrat, Sufizoda, Usmon Nosir, which provided domination of poetry for many centuries.
With a swipe of his pen, U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday started killing off a retirement advice rule that wealth managers from Wall Street to Wisconsin have spent the last six years lobbying against.
Britain and Turkey signed a defense deal worth more than 100 million pounds on Saturday to develop Turkish fighter jets, opening the way to deeper cooperation over the lifetime of the project.