Monday, 24, June, 2024


The State Assets Management Agency has announced the putting up for sale of 100 percent of the government’s stake in International Hotel Tashkent.

The presidents of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Russia Vladimir Putin chaired the first meeting of the Council of provinces of the two countries on May 27. The heads of almost 30 provinces of Russia and 300 representatives of major industrial enterprises and businesses of the Russian Federation attended it.

Today, the Foreign Minister Bakhtiyor Saidov will depart for Rome, Italy to attend the third Italy-Central Asia Ministerial Meeting and is also expected to hold a number of bilateral negotiations.

On May 27, on the sidelines of the state visit of the Russian President Vladimir Putin to Uzbekistan, a minutes of meeting was signed on amending the intergovernmental agreement on cooperation iwithin the nuclear power plant project in Jizzakh.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Vladimir Putin signed a Joint statement and oversaw the exchange of 27 signed accords, in particular, an agreement between governments on providing technical assistance to Uzbekistan in the field of metrology, a plan of joint actions to expand industrial cooperation to increase the trade turnover of countries, a plan of joint actions to expand interaction in priority areas of cooperation, a plan of major directions of activity of the working group to increase trade turnover between countries for 2024−2030.

Today, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks between the official delegations of the two countries. Shavkat Mirziyoyev emphasized that today Uzbek-Russian cooperation has reached an “unprecedented high level”, covering all areas.

Uzbekistan and Russia will sign an “important agreement” on the low-power nuclear power plant projects in Uzbekistan. President Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced this during the talks with Vladimir Putin.

500,000 soums in monthly subsidies per each employed person will be paid from June 1, 2024 to employers who hire persons who return from labor migration, however save for budget-financed organizations, state-owned enterprises, and entities with a state share of 50 percent or more.

Today, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev held a head-to-head meeting with the Russian President Vladimir at the Kuksaroy residence.

Ambulance vehicle hit a 48-year-old woman in Jizzakh city at approximately 8:30 on May 23, the press service of the provincial police department said.

Stories surfaced on social networks this week about men who were putting their ears to the doors and also looking through the door peepholes. This, in particular, was observed on May 5 on the Akhmad Yugnaki area in the Mirzo-Ulugbek district and on May 20 on the Suvsoz-2 area in Bektemir district.

Fire broke out in a hostel in the Moscow region on the night of May 23, in which Uzbek nationals were killed, Dunyo agency reported. According to provisional information from the consular department of the Uzbek Embassy in Moscow, about 20 foreign citizens lived in the burnt house, 11 of whom were from Uzbekistan.

Qanot Sharq (Uzbekistan) will launch Tashkent to Budapest direct regular flights from June 30, the Dunyo agency reported. This became possible thanks to the Treaty between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport of Uzbekistan and Hungary.

Russian president Vladimir Putin will pay a visit to Uzbekistan on May 26-27, with a number of documents planned to be signed a, said Assistant to the Russian president, Yuri Ushakov.

9th grade student who was driving a tractor died after a collision with a train in Buvaida district of Fergana province. This is described in the Markaziy studiya program of the MY5 TV channel.

On April 8, the Ishtykhan district criminal court of the Samarkand province issued a ruling against a man for insulting the president Shavkat Mirziyoyev on social networks.

The Foreign Minister Bakhtiyor Saidov today hosted the US Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy and human Rights, Uzra Zeya.

The State Security Service reported of several cases of corruption in Syrdarya, Kashkadarya, Tashkent provinces and Tashkent city on Wednesday.

A child died on May 15 in a traffic accident wgich occurred in Kukdala district of Kashkadarya province, the press service of the provincial traffic police said.

Trade figures between Central Asian countries and Russia are on the upward trend despite Western sanctions, said Sergei Overchenko, Deputy director of the cis department of the Russian Foreign Ministry during an expert discussion hosted by the Valdai Discussion Club on Monday. The discussion focused on Central Asia-Russia ties in a new background.