Monday, 27, September, 2021

National

On September 19, 501 coronavirus cases were recorded in Uzbekistan - this is the lowest daily record in the two months. "As of September 19, 2021, the number of registered coronavirus infections in Uzbekistan stands at 168,938 (+501)," the report said.

Uzbek military will take part in the SCO’s Peace Mission drills. The drills will involve military personnel from Uzbekistan, China, Russia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Belarus.

The National anti-coronavirus commission has authorized weddings and other family events from September 20 with up to 100 participants, announced on Monday the Ministry of Health. While, it will still be imperative to comply with the established sanitary and hygienic restrictions.

The visit of the President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Russia is expected in 2021, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko said on Monday in Tashkent.

On September 18, a presentation of uniforms and service cars of Ecopolice was held in Tashkent’s Ecopark, the Tashkent City Police Department (TCPD).

The National anti-coronavirus commission at a regular meeting discussed the "creating conditions for cultural and spiritual leisure, as well as recreation by relaxing lockdown restrictions, the Ministry of Health said on Monday.

From September 24 to October 5, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Uzbekistan will hold the "Korea Week 2021" with an aim to expand the cultural and spiritual ties of the peoples and strengthening cooperation between of the two countries.

A new investment by IFC will help smaller businesses in Uzbekistan boost their access to finance, develop the country’s green banking capacity and support privatization in the country’s banking sector.

Uzbekistan Railways has bought one more Afrosiyob (Talgo) high-speed electric train, the company said. As per the deal entered into between the Spanish Patentes Talgo S.L.U. and Uzbekiston Temir Yullari JSC, another rolling stock of the Afrosiyob electric train is currently halfway to Uzbekistan. 

On September 15-16, the head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) under the President of Poland Paweł Solokh visited Uzbekistan on an official trip.