Tuesday, 23, January, 2018

National

In signing the Roadmap, the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United Nations system have re-confirmed their mutual commitment to collaborate on advancing human development for all people in Uzbekistan, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged, and to work together to build a more prosperous, resilient and sustainable society. 

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the military unit in Chirchik city in Tashkent province and the Academy of the Armed Forces in Tashkent Wednesday, ahead of the Uzbek Army Day (Jan. 14), UzA reported.

Aerospace industry strategy creation and development for 2018-2035 can be developed in Uzbekistan. This initiative was proposed for public consultation in the draft 2018 State Program.

Vice Chairman of the Korean Hospital Association, Professor at Chonnam National University Hospital Taek-Rim Yoon has been appointed adviser to the Uzbek Health Minister, the ministry said.

Uzbek PM Abdulla Aripov today met with the Tajik President Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe. PM Aripov will also take part in the meetings of the Uzbek-Tajik Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation and the state border delineation committee in Dushanbe.

On Jan. 7 experts of the Smithsonian Institution (USA) arrived in Uzbekistan to study Uzbekistan’s cultural and civilizational heritage and discuss the implementation of the scientific tourism development project.

The current biometric passport in Uzbekistan may be recognized as an international passport, and be replaced with ID cards for internal identity purposes. This is proposed in the draft 2018 State Program which has been posted for public consultation.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev today signed the Uzbekistan's Defense Doctrine Bill into Law, Uzbekistan 24 reported. The defense doctrine represents a system of official views, principles and approaches for ensuring national security in the military field.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed the Administrative Procedure Bill into Law yesterday. The law was passed by the Legislative Chamber on December 14 and was approved by the Senate on December 20.

Uzbekistan's General Prosecutor's Office inaugurated yesterday its Information and Analytical Multimedia Center, with Babur Alikhanov, former chief of the National Television and Radio Company, appointed as director.