Saturday, 21, September, 2019

Culture

The press conference on the fifth International Jazz Festival in Uzbekistan took place in Tashkent on April 3, 2019 at the Palace of Arts "Turkiston".

A conference dedicated to innovations and best practices in English language learning will take place Friday, March 15, 2019 at the Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute (JSPI) with support from the U.S. Embassy in Tashkent.

Uzbekistan Minister for Public Education Sherzod Shermatov, and. about. Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells and Deputy Assistant Administrator of USAID for Central and South Asia, Javier Piedra signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Tashkent Wednesday.

The Telegraph included Uzbekistan in the TOP-10 most beautiful and amazing tourist destinations in 2019. “From this week citizens of 45 countries – including Britain – are permitted visa-free travel to Uzbekistan, as the country tries to woo foreign tourists,” the publication notes.

Uzbekistan ranked 5th in the Solo Travel Safety Report 2019, produced by travel website Wegoplaces.me, which offers independent adventurers a guide to where to go and how to stay safe around the world.

The Uzbek-born Russian billionaire, Alisher Usmanov, donated US$ 8 million worth of books collection to the Center for Islamic Civilization in Uzbekistan, UzA said.

The Avant-Garde Through Time And Space exhibition from the collection of the Karakalpakstan Museum of Arts after Igor Savitsky will open on January 18 in Tashkent’s Gallery of Fine Arts.

The branch of the Indian Amity University will open in the 2019-2020 academic year in Tashkent. The relevant decision was signed by the President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on January 7, the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education said.

The Government of Uzbekistan complemented and amended the Measures to Further Improve the Organization and Conduct of Hajj and Umrah Affairs Resolution.

An art exhibition on Tuberculosis through the Eyes of Young Artists opened December 11 at the Palace of Youth Creativity to raise awareness of tuberculosis (TB). Thirty-six young artists from the Kamoliddin Bekhzoda National Institute of Art and Design contributed 56 works of art to emphasize the importance of TB prevention, detection, and treatment, and to build community support to combat the stigma that often accompanies a TB diagnosis.