Sunday, 26, March, 2023


President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, during his visit to the newly built school No. 71 in Karshi district of Kashkadarya province, once again expressed support for the media, his spokesman Sherzod Asadov said.

As reported earlier, today, on February 24, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the Higher Military Aviation School. The school was established in 1994 in Jizzakh. However, in Jizzakh had not enough facilities for the training of pilots.

Today on February 24, Tashkent's International Hotel hosted the third meeting of the Uzbek-Azerbaijani Business Council. According to the press service of the CCI, the main purpose of the event was to further advance investment and trade and economic cooperation between Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan, as well as to enhance relations between the businesses of the two countries.

High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell published an opinion article dedicated to the anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

During his visit to the Kashkadarya province, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the Higher Military Aviation School in Karshi, the presidential press service said.

Uzbekistan abstained in the U.N. General Assembly on February 23 on a resolution that underscored the need to reach as soon as possible a “comprehensive, just and lasting peace” in Ukraine in line with the principles of the U.N. Charter.

Employees of the Uzbek Consulate General held talks with Xiao Yong, the deputy director general of China Southern Airlines, Dunyo reported.

US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken will travel to Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and India February 28-March 3, 2023.  On February 28, he will visit Astana, Kazakhstan, where he will meet with senior Kazakh officials to deepen the bilateral cooperation.

The Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Kazakhstan Saidikram Niyazkhojaev met with the Kazakh Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Marat Karabaev .

Agreement was reached with the Indian Department of Atomic Energy, as per which Uzbekistan's state-owned company NavoiUran will export uranium to India from March 2023. the company said.

As part of the new Uzbekistan’s development strategy, the improvement of the state pension system and the consistent raise of the size of pensions based on the country's economic figures have been established as a permanent task, the press service of the Pension Fund of Uzbekistan said.

Non-governmental organizations based in the Central Asian countries, controlled by the US and the EU, as well as bloggers and the media outlets, are trying to make Russia an enemy of the Central Asian peoples, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Galuzin told TASS.

Early on the morning of February 23 - at 5:37 am Tashkent time - an earthquake of magnitude 5.8 struck Tajikistan. Its epicenter was located on the territory of the Murgab district of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province.

Regulation for the procedure of providing hotel services in Uzbekistan was approved by the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers O"n measures to boost the tourism sector in Uzbekistan", the State Unitary Enterprise - Certification Center for Tourist Services said.

“One day in a school dormitory, my roommates quarreled with each other, making a conflict about placing a desk in the corner by the door or window.

The US Treasury announced new sanctions against the Russian Federation, which will affect the CIS countries. The announced sanctions by the US, EU and other countries will affect Russian purchases of dual-use goods. It also includes refrigerators or microwave ovens.

Proceeds from the subsoil use tax in 2022 decreased by 1.92 trillion soums ($169.5 million), or 12.2% the Ministry of Economy and Finance said in a report on state budget revenues.

Two gas turbine units are being erected at the Tashkent Thermal Electric Power Center (Tashkent IEM). After the project is completed, the Power Center will generate an additional 515.6 million kWh and 690.3 thousand Gcal of thermal energy per year.

Considered to be one among the richest hundred men in the world, the Uzbek-born billionaire Alisher Usmanov gave an interview to the Italian TV channel TGcom24 in Tashkent. Few years ago he announced his retirement from business and dedicated himself to charity. Sanctioned after the outbreak of the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, he now refuses to be called an oligarch: "Whoever thinks that I am an oligarch, is just another ignorant"

Uzbekistan purchased 13 civil aircraft in January for US$ 633.1 million, the Agency for Statistics said. The countries where Uzbekistan imported aircraft from: