A delegation of 20 medical specialists from Afghanistan arrived in Uzbekistan for training on the treatment of coronavirus infection, the Uzbek Ministry of Health said.
A footage surfaced on social networks in a vigilante group attacks a man who, according to them, was recording traffic violations near a market in Jalakuduk district of Andijan province.
The National Anti-Corruption Council has approved a Road map for implementing international anti-corruption standards into Uzbek legislation, the Anti-Corruption Agency said in a statement.
An outdoor skating rink will open in front of the State Academic Grand Theater named after Alisher Navoi in Tashkent on January 7, the Tourism Development Committee said in a statement.
66 hotels and 12 malls are planned to build in Tashkent in two years, the Tashkent’s Tourism Development Department said in a statement.
Twelve people were hospitalized in Turakurgan district of Namangan province between December 29-31 as a result of alcohol poisoning, the General Prosecutor's Office said in a statement. Two people died, despite the efforts of doctors.
“Tashkent responded to Dushanbe's request and now will build a distribution center for COVID-19 patients,” the Tajik news publication Asia-Plus said in a statement.
Classes at all universities will start on January 11 in Uzbekistan, said the spokesman to the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education Farhad Babashev during a briefing at the Agency of Information and Mass Communications.
Feruza gets the keys from her pocket and unlocks the door to storeroom. She opens one of the bags near the entry, gets a handful of wheat grains and shows evenly shaped reddish seeds. “Aren’t they lovely?” she asks with a touch of admiration in her voice.
Mubınabonu B., a 28-year-old Uzbekistan national, who allegedly had psychological problems, jumped from the 10th floor of a building. The incident took place at Mavişehir neighbourhood of the Karşıyaka district of Izmir at around 14:00.