Tuesday, 22, October, 2019

National

The President Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a resolution approving the Strategy for Uzbekistan’s Transition to Green Economy for 2019-2030.

Uzbekistan authorities are envisaging to sign the Enhanced Partnership And Cooperation Agreement (EPCA) with the European Union in 2020, said the first deputy chairman of the Senate Sodiq Safoev.

The President signed decree on October 4 obligating all central state bodies and organizations, including law enforcement, regardless of the sources of funding for their activities, to have their own websites.

The President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev will visit Azerbaijan in October to attend the 7th summit of the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States (CCTS), said the first deputy chairman of the Senate of Sodiq Safoev.

The Legislative Chamber passed the Liberalization Of Crimes Related To Violation Of The Rules Of Stay İn Uzbekistan Of Foreign Natıonals And Stateless Persons Bill, the MP of the People’s Democratic Party Shukhrat Mamadzhanov told the Xalq Sozı newspaper.

Davlatnazar Ruzmetov, a columnist at Khorezm province’s Jamiyat (transl. Society) newspaper, was arrested today. His relatives told they didn’t know reasons behind his arrest and the charges he is facing.

On October 4, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev received the Secretary General of the Cooperation Council of Turkic-speaking states, Baghdad Amreeev, who arrived in Tashkent to attend in the first Investment Forum and the meeting of the Business Council of Turkic-speaking countries the presidential press service said.

A new threat actor Kaspersky calls SandCat, believed to be Uzbekistan’s intelligence agency, is so bad at operational security, researchers have found multiple zero-day exploits used by the group, and even caught malware the group was still developing, the Vice reported.

When deciding whether to join the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) or not, Uzbekistan will have its national interests at heart, the First Deputy Chairman of the Senate Sodiq Safoev said on Friday.

The Central Asia International Trade Center for Economic Cooperation is planned to be set up on the border between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the Kazinform news agency said referring to the Vice Minister of Trade and Integration of Kazakhstan Kairat Torebaev.