Monday, 24, June, 2024


Uzgidromet unveiled the weather forecast in Tashkent city for Thursday, June 6. The weather will be slightly cloudy, changeable from time to time. The temperature will be +18...+20 degrees Celsius at night, +32...+34 degrees during the day.

From July 1, 2026, preference given to local manufacturers in government procurement, as well as for local manufacturers of house appliances, will be partially abolished in Uzbekistan. This is provided for by the same June 3 presidential decree.

Today, the Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov attended the next meeting of the Council of Heads of Government of the Eurasian Economic Union in Nesvizh, Belarus.

Best sniper team contest took place from May 20 to 31 in Turkey, the press service of the Ministry of Defense said. 36 teams from 11 countries took part in the competition.

The delegation of the Nizhny Novgorod region, led by Liliya Baturskaya, was a guest in the Tashkent province, where a memorandum was signed between the Department of Poverty Alleviation and Employment of the Tashkent province and the Regional Personnel Agency of the Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization of Russia.

On June 3, the president signed the Measures to further expedite market reforms and harmonize national legislation with World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements Decree allowing Internet providers in Uzbekistan to get direct access to the international Internet channel from January 1, 2025.

On May 28-29, Tashkent hosted a meeting of representatives of the railway authorities of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey on the development of freight transportation along the CASCA+ transport corridor, the Uzbekistan Railways said.

Talks took place with the delegation led by Qatar's Minister of State for Labor Ali bin Samih al-Marri at the Ministry of Poverty Alleviation and Employment.

Percentage of oxygen in the air of Tashkent city fell below the norm of 19.5 percent on May 29 of this year. Several factors may have contributed to this.

Qatar Airways operated its first flight to Tashkent from Doha on June 2. An Airbus 320 aircraft of Qatar Airlines landed in the capital of Uzbekistan at 13:30. According to tradition, the liner was greeted with an air arch.

For the first time in history a representative of Uzbekistan, the director of the National Center for Human Rights, Akmal Saidov has been elected to the UN Human Rights Committee (HRC) for 2025-2028, Dunyo said.

In a significant step towards sustainable water management, The Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan represented by the Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR) and the Government of Switzerland represented by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) signed the Agreement on the National Water Resources Management Project (NWRM) in Uzbekistan, Phase 3.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, during a visit to the Bukhara province on May 31, launched three major projects - a MTO gas chemical complex (GCC), a solar power plant and an international airport in Bukhara.

Uzgidromet announced weather forecast for the weekend in Tashkent city. The weather will be partly cloudy, with no precipitation expected. The temperature on will be, at night - +16...+19 degrees, during the day - +31...+34 degrees.

Jahongir Azimov was confirmed as director of the Public Fund for the Support and Development of National Mass Media, the Fund’s press service said.

The President Mirziyoyev signed a decree on May 30 creating the State Museum of Jadid Heritage in the Hovli Poyon complex in Bukhara.

Lists of “complainants” have been compiled in five districts and cities of the Khorezm province, which include 44 individuals. It is not yet known which authority compiled this list and to where it provided it. It was seen at a visiting reception held in the province with the participation of sector leaders.

Uzbekistan’s public debt as of January 1, 2024 reached $34.9 billion, recording $5.7 billion increase over the past year, the Ministry of Economy and Finance said in a report. This is more than the forecasted figure ($32.1 billion) by $2.8 billion.

112 universal number for all emergency services will start operating in Tashkent city and the Tashkent province from June 1, this is provided for by the May 29 government resolution, the Ministry of Justice reported.

Energy Minister Zhurabek Mirzamakhmudov, in an interview with the Uzbekistan 24 TV channel after a on May 30 government meeting, told how the consumption of power and gas has changed in Uzbekistan after prices were raised on May 1.