Wednesday, 19, June, 2024

On June 7, the UN General Assembly unanimously approved the resolution: International Day of Dialogue among Civilizations, developed by China and Uzbekistan, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

The resolution has resolved to declare June 10 as the International Day of Dialogue among Civilizations in order to raise awareness of the value of the diversity of civilizations and promote dialogue, mutual respect and global solidarity.

The resolution was co-sponsored by more than 80 UN member countries, including all countries of Central Asia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bahrain, Hungary, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, UAE, Pakistan, Russia and Turkiye.

“The document reflects the vision of the Uzbekstan leadership, voiced at the 78th session of the UN General Assembly in 2023 and the Samarkand SCO Summit in 2022 on the need to promote the spirit of solidarity in the name of common security and prosperity, the desire for constructive cooperation, as well as mobilizing the efforts of the international community for achieving peace and sustainable prosperity,” the Foreign Ministry said.

The Resolution positively valued the contribution made by all cultures and civilizations to the enrichment of humanity, recognizing the importance of religious and cultural diversity in the world. Tolerance, respect, dialogue and cooperation between different cultures and civilizations are encouraged.

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