Public Relations and Mass Media Department of the MFA

April 1, 2019




Visit of the president of uzbekistan to bukhara region.. 1

Our main goal is to create decent conditions for people, to increase the regions’ industrial potential 1

The results of the reforms strengthen people's faith in future. 4

economy.. 5

Uzbekistan's external debt goes up by $17 billion. 5


Goods and service prices hike by an average of 1.2% in March. 6


Investors withdraw funds for US$1.194 billion from Uzbekistan in 2018. 6

Central Asia - the priority of foreign policy of Uzbekistan.. 7

Meeting with the Ambassador of Kazakhstan. 7

International relationships. 7

Meeting with the First Deputy Prime Minister of Kuwait 7

Uzbekistan Governmental delegation visits Afghanistan. 7

Meeting with the European Union delegation. 8

Uzbekistan Governmental delegation to visit Brussels. 8









Visit of the president of uzbekistan to bukhara region

Our main goal is to create decent conditions for people, to increase the regions’ industrial potential

On March 29, 2019, the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev arrived in Bukhara region to become acquainted with socio-economic reforms, the construction and landscaping activities, major projects at places and to conduct dialogue with people.

During the previous visit to the region, the Head of the state outlined large-scale tasks for further development of all areas. Extensive activities have been carried out within the framework of the assigned tasks. New residential buildings, industrial enterprises and social objects are built. Localization level and export volume has increased. Transport infrastructure and service sector has developed, the flow of tourists has increased. Agricultural opportunities are involved. New residential houses and social facilities are built.

The current trip of the President of the country began with an acquaintance with construction and landscaping activities carried out in the mausoleum of Abduhalik Gijduvani.

Abduhalik Gijduvani was born in 1103 in the city of Gijduvan. The thinker was trained by Yusuf Hamadoni. The resting place of the spiritual master of Bukhara – the first of the Seven Saints has now turned into a shrine.

During his visit to the region on February 16 last year, the Head of the state gave instructions on reconstruction in accordance with modern requirements of the Seven Saints complex, consisting of the mausoleums of Abduhalik Gijduvani, Bahouddin Naqshband, Arif Revgari, Ali Romitani, Boboy Samosi, Mahmud Fagnavi, Sayyid Amir Kulol, and creation of modern infrastructure along the roads connecting the mausoleums.

In this regard, large-scale creative work is carried out in the Seven Saints complex. Including a new mosque and a veranda, a monument to the Khazir and a hotel are being built in the mausoleum of Abduhalik Gijduvani, the surrounding area is being landscaped.

The President got acquainted with construction and repair work carried out in the mausoleum.

– One thing is to learn about it from books, another is to personally join, to see everything with the own eyes. This place should become the center of enlightenment that gives people the knowledge, – said Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

Here information was presented on the ongoing restoration and improvement work in the mausoleums of the Seven Saints. In order to widely promote the heritage of our great ancestors all over the world, to create all the necessary conditions for visitors, creative work in these mausoleums is carried out on the basis of a single concept. All places of worship are fenced with walls, a mosque, a museum, a hotel, a teahouse, parking for cars, souvenir and bookstores are being erected, and the territory adjacent to them is completely improved.

Most importantly, in accordance with the idea of the President, visiting the Seven Saints mausoleums will begin from one direction, that is, local and foreign tourists arriving in the region by air, rail and road transport will begin visiting from Khoja Abduhalik Gijduvani mausoleum.

The Head of the state noted the need to create a book about the Seven Saints, to promote their scientific heritage.

– There is no such spiritual treasure anywhere else. It is necessary to thoroughly study all the information related to it and bring it to people, especially young people, in an accessible language. Our goal is to let the younger generation know and be proud of this heritage, – the President said.

The international community widely recognizes the attention paid to enlightened Islam in Uzbekistan, the improvement of mausoleums of great ancestors. In particular, Bukhara is named the capital of Islamic culture in 2020 by the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO).

The President noted that preparation for this date should be conducted carefully and at a high level, gave instructions on the organization of relevant events timed to the 915th Anniversary of Abduhalik Gijduvani’s birth and the 700th Anniversary of Bahauddin Naqshband, holding international scientific conference.

During his visit to Bukhara region in 2017, the President gave necessary instructions for the rational use of vacant production areas of the former spinning factory of Gijduvan district, location of the free economic zone “Gijduvan” in this territory.

LLC Parvoz Humo Ravnaq Trans on more than 9 hectares of the former factory area has implemented a large-scale project – a spinning enterprise.

Due to the loan allocated by Ipotekabank branch for the factory with a total value of 27 million USD, modern equipment was imported from Germany, Turkey, Switzerland, Japan and India. At its own expense, a limited liability company has reconstructed buildings and structures.

The Head of the state visited a spinning and sewing enterprise.

The company, commissioned in January this year, is capable of producing 9.4 thousand tons of products per year and exporting goods worth five million dollars. The domestic and foreign markets are supplied with qualitative products that meet international standards. Yarn sold for almost 33 billion UZS, products worth 1.1 million dollars are exported to Russia, Turkey, Poland and Moldova. Currently, the company is negotiating with partners about creating a trading house in Turkey and exporting products.

This is the first stage of the project, the second stage provides for further expansion of production capacity, bringing exports to 51 million USD a year, and the number of jobs to 1,250.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev became acquainted with the technological process at the enterprise. He noted that the United States removed the ban on the purchase of Uzbek cotton, which would open up opportunities for the full entry of domestic cotton producers into the US markets, expanding business ties with prestigious foreign companies.

– From now on, it is necessary to take measures to deeply process cotton and further increase the export of value-added products, – the President said.

A presentation of projects aimed at increasing the industrial potential of Bukhara region was also held here.

Projects planned for implementation in Bukhara region in 2019-2020, issues of increasing the potential of districts with low level of socio-economic development, production of textiles, garments and knitwear, building materials, medical products, implementation of investment projects with the embassies of Uzbekistan in China, Indonesia and Israel were discussed. They envisage increasing the volume of processing cotton, fruits and vegetables, leather, wool, chemical production in the region, a threefold increase in the industrial potential of the region, attraction of foreign direct investment.

The Head of the state gave instructions on expanding industrial production, attracting foreign investment to the sphere, and increasing the number of new jobs.

More than 136 thousand people live in Vabkent district. Last year, a number of small businesses began operating in the district. Ekvatorial Chodak Group company is one of them.

The enterprise was created at the expense of a preferential loan of the National Bank for three million dollars and own funds of the project initiators for two million dollars.

More than 500 modern sewing machinery and equipment from Japan, Italy, Turkey and China are installed here, production of up to 1.5 million pairs of jeans trousers a year has been launched. Today, the company employs about 500 women.

The enterprise has all the necessary conditions for the effective labor of workers. A cafeteria and transport services for workers from remote areas have been established.

The cost of production depends on many factors, including on implementation of the entire technological process in the enterprise itself. There are painting and finishing shops. This competitive advantage contributes to obtaining additional profits through the provision of additional services to related enterprises. Recently, shoe production has been put into operation here. Modern equipment from Italy is installed, the possibility of producing up to 600 thousand units of shoes per year is created. After reaching the design capacity, the number of employees will reach almost a thousand.

The Head of the state got acquainted with the technological process, product quality, talked with employees. He noted that all measures and efforts in the economic sphere are aimed at improving the welfare of people, ensuring employment.

It also provides information on projects for further expansion of the enterprise, development of small business and entrepreneurship in the region.

The President got acquainted with activities carried out in Bukhoro-agro free economic zone of Bukhara district.

In accordance with the resolution of the Head of the state of July 10, 2018, Bukhoro-agro free economic zone was created on the territory of five districts of Bukhara region. It provides for the cultivation of export-oriented agricultural products, creation of new jobs and an increase in incomes of the population through the creation of hydroponic greenhouses.

To date, three thousand hectares have been allocated for the free economic zone. This year it is planned to implement 98 projects on 598 hectares. In particular, energy-efficient greenhouses, production of environmentally friendly packing and packaging products will be organized, over 4.3 thousand jobs will be created. It is planned that products worth 64 million USD a year will be exported to neighboring countries.

Presentation of projects on creation of the Agro Trade fruit and vegetable cluster, greenhouses with the foreign enterprise Bukhoro Varnet, and limited liability companies Banoaz Textil and Rus Trade was held.

In particular, the project of FE Bukhoro Varnet provides for construction of modern glass greenhouses on an area of 115 hectares. It is expected that 300-560 tons of tomatoes will grow on one hectare of such greenhouses, about two thousand jobs will be created. Work has begun on development of the first 30 hectares. Greenhouse equipment is being imported from Turkey. The company will be commissioned in stages in 2019-2020.

– Entrepreneurs are the support of Uzbekistan. Who works, he achieves success. If entrepreneurship develops, many people will get jobs, profits, – the President said.

The President noted that in Bukhara region there are many untapped lands, it is necessary to use them effectively and to establish the procurement of demanded products based on foreign experience and technology. During the conversation with senior officials and foreign investors, the Head of the state gave necessary instructions and recommendations.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev became acquainted with the activities of the BCT Cluster foreign enterprise in Romitan district.

Within the framework of development of the cluster system in the agricultural sector, this company was allocated eight thousand hectares. More than three thousand people have already been employed, cultivation and processing of cotton have been established. In 2018, over 20 thousand tons of raw materials were procured, as a result of processing, income of 61.5 million USD was received.

It is noteworthy that nearly 75 million dollars was invested in creation of the enterprise. This means that it almost paid for itself already in the first year of activity.

The fact that the company would receive only 11.5 million dollars from the sale of only raw materials in the form of cotton fiber is also noteworthy. Processing and production of finished products allowed a six-fold increase in cost and earn 50 million dollars.

– Clusters should be like this. A sense of interest, a new way of thinking will surely give a result. When the economy works smoothly, it is able to “pull” social sectors as well. Clusters are profitable, provide people with work and income. That is our highest goal, – said Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

In general, this cluster includes eight projects covering the harvesting, processing of cotton and production of finished products. Construction of spinning and textile mills continues.

It is also planned to commission an oil and fat factory, a cattle-breeding complex and an enterprise for production of feed.

Information was also provided on the planned work for the development of sericulture, karakul breeding, fish farming, horticulture, food production, creation of modern clusters for growing lemons and grapes, reconstruction of irrigation networks in Bukhara region, improvement of the farm supply system with fuel and mineral fertilizers.

In particular, special attention was paid to the project of creating an exemplary system for the effective use of household plots in Karaulbazar district. Within the framework of the project of LLC Qorovulbozor Tomorqa Khizmati, it is planned to create a garden and compact greenhouses in more than 3 thousand houses of residents. In addition, over 2,500 families will be given rabbits, poultry and pedigreed cattle.

The President noted that it is necessary to pay special attention to the rational use of household land, providing practical assistance to the population in this matter, which is important for ensuring the abundance and availability of food products.

The visit of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Bukhara region continues.

(Source: UzA)

The results of the reforms strengthen people's faith in future

President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev is chairing a meeting on the socio-economic development of Bukhara region.

The Head of the state has noted that extensive reforms are in progress in national and foreign policy, their effects are being felt in all walks of life, people believe in tomorrow.

“All our efforts, endeavors are designed to further the interests of the people of Uzbekistan. In order for this to manifest itself in the regions, to be felt in people’s lives, quality, knowledge, and high dedication in the lower levels of civil service are essential. We must stop clapping our hands and speaking lofty words, but work with every home, every person, targeted and purposeful”, Shavkat Mirziyoyev insisted.

The President underscored that accelerated socio-economic development, growth in incomes and improvement in living standards are attached priority significance in Bukhara region, too.

“Without a clearly built financial system there will be no result. Therefore, we adopt every resolution with definite sources of funding,” Shavkat Mirziyoyev told the meeting participants.

The Head of the state informed that a program has been devised to implement 625 investment projects worth 25 trillion 353 billion soums in the areas of industry, services and agriculture in 2019-2020. This will create 30 thousand permanent jobs (currency rates of CB RU from 01.01.2019, 1$= 8419.62 soums).

As reported by the Press Service of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, among the priorities being identified at the session are those designed to promote the advancement of the regional economy, spearhead investment projects, multiply jobs. The meeting is watched by residents of towns and districts of the region via videoconferencing.


As part of his trip to Bukhara region, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has visited Taraqqiyot makhalla citizens’ assembly in Kagan district.

The assembly building was built on a new design, and it is home also to the Kagan regional council for the coordination of the activities of civil society institutions. Among the innovations in the complex is the Center for Social Adaptation of Women, designed to provide moral and psychological assistance, medical and legal aid to women and children in difficult times.

A modern library housed in a spacious hall, the electronic base of which is connected to that of the Alisher Navoi National Library of Uzbekistan, serves as a hotbed of enlightenment for the public, especially young people. Two football pitches with artificial turf along with a gym are behind the building of the makhalla center for the entertainment and useful leisure of the local children and young men.

The citizens’ assembly also has a modern room of internal affairs, which the other day was recognized as the best in the country and awarded the Nexia 3 sedan.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev said that more than 35 thousand women in Bukhara region are currently unemployed, and female crime is observed in the province.

The Head of the state pointed out that this situation is alien to our national mentality and is absolutely not suitable for Bukhara, which has a rich history and enormous potential.

“Until the end of this year, we should solve the social problems of women, employ them, take necessary measures so that they do not commit crimes, and turn the Bukhara region into the most exemplary region where all issues that concern women are effectively addressed,” Shavkat Mirziyoyev urged.

The Head of the state said that to this end, the Women’s Committee, the Oila Scientific and Practical Center, the makhalla and the internal affairs bodies should closely cooperate, talk with each woman and provide the needed assistance when problems are identified.

The President suggested that divorces become the cause of many problems, including crimes by women, and that for their prevention it is important to bolster the responsibility of young people and parents, and improve the relevant legislation.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev spoke with the staff of the makhalla center and young members of the intellectual club established here.


Bukhara region boasts immense tourism potential. Given this advantage, the flow of foreign tourists is to double by 2021 and raise revenue from tourist services in the amount of 350 million US dollars, the Press Service of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan reports.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, at the meeting underway in Bukhara region, raised this issue in particular and outlined corresponding objectives. The Head of the state stressed the need to build modern hotels and improve the tourist infrastructure in general.

This year, the hotels Bukhoro Palace, Varakhsha and Zarafshon in the city of Bukhara will be reconstructed, 32 new hotels, 9 motels and 50 guest houses are to be commissioned. As a result, the number of accommodation beds will reach 7,000, and the tourist reception capacity will double.

Works are also in progress to repair the 122-kilometer Gijduvan – Kagan road, to establish modern and comfortable transportation among the mausoleums of Seven Pirs, and extensively introduce the international standard Halal.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev pointed to the need to turn Bukhara into a “tourist crossroads” by boosting the number of flights and the frequency of trains and buses running from Samarkand, Khiva and Shakhrisabz.

Meanwhile, the Head of the state gave instructions to build a museum of Bukhara history, entertainment facilities, handicraft centers, and organize pedestrian zones in the old part of Bukhara.

(Source: UzA)


Uzbekistan's external debt goes up by $17 billion

As of January 1, 2019, total external debt of Uzbekistan amounted to $17.3 billion, an increase of 9.5% ($1.5 billion), compared with January of last year, it follows from the report of the Central Bank.

Total external debt includes debt provided by parent companies and excludes accruals but unpaid interests.

The state external debt consists of the debt raised by the state and the debt received under state guarantee. It amounted to $10 billion (58%), an increase of $2.4 billion over the year.

Private external debt consists of foreign borrowing of companies that include state-owned enterprises that are not guaranteed by the state. It amounted to $7.2 billion (42%), having decreased over the year by $977 million.

The bulk of private foreign debt comes from the oil and gas, energy sectors ($5.3 billion or 75%).

“In 2018, there was an accelerated growth rate of public sector external debt compared with previous periods, and the current growth trend is expected to continue next year. This phenomenon is explained by the attraction of new foreign borrowings to finance state development programs,” the report says.

In 2018, $1.3 billion were paid on private external debt, $366.6 million – for interests, and on foreign public debt – $397 million and $151.3 million respectively.

Significant repayment of the main debt of the private sector is in the oil and gas, energy sectors ($862.2 million), as well as the banking ($192.8 million) and telecommunications sectors ($149 million).

Oil, gas and energy enterprises paid interests of $296.7 million, while interest payments of the banking sector amounted to $42.6 million.

Earlier, it was reported that as of October 1, 2018, external debt amounted to $16.4 billion.

(Source: web-site Kun.uz)


Goods and service prices hike by an average of 1.2% in March

Compared to March 2018, the average price level in the consumer sector of the Republic increased by 13.6%.

Goods and service prices hike by an average of 1.2% in March

Consumer prices of goods and services increased by an average of 1.2% in March 2019. Goods in March 2019 rose by 1.2%, including food – by 1.5%, non-food – by 0.8%. Services have become more expensive by 1.2%.

In general, January-March 2019 saw 4.3% hike of prices for goods and services in the consumer market.

Compared to March 2018, the average price level in the consumer sector of the Republic increased by 13.6%.

(Source: UzReport.uz)


Investors withdraw funds for US$1.194 billion from Uzbekistan in 2018

The volume of repatriations of investments from Uzbekistan made up over US$1.194 billion in 2018 against US$779.8 million in 2017, according to the Central Bank of Uzbekistan.

The regulator said that payments to foreign investors under the PSA increased from US$524.4 million in 2017 to 1.03 billion in 2018.

In 2018, US$166 million was sent to repay debt on loans from parent companies versus US$255.4 million in 2017.

(Source: UzDaily.com)

Central Asia - the priority of foreign policy of Uzbekistan

Meeting with the Ambassador of Kazakhstan

On March 29, 2019, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov received the newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kazakhstan Darkhan Satybaldy.

Accepting copies of his credentials, the Minister warmly congratulated the Ambassador on his appointment and wished him success in strengthening relations between the two countries and people.

Current issues of Uzbekistan – Kazakhstan cooperation were discussed during the conversation.

As it was noted, Uzbekistan respects Kazakhstan’s achievements in implementation of political and socio-economic reforms, the basis of which was laid by the First President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

The schedule and agenda of the upcoming bilateral contacts at various levels, as well as issues related to the Year of Kazakhstan in Uzbekistan were also discussed at the meeting.

(Source: Web site of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

International relationships

Meeting with the First Deputy Prime Minister of Kuwait

On March 29, 2019, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov met with the First Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense of Kuwait Sheikh Nasser Bin Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah.

The current state and prospects of bilateral cooperation, as well as international and regional policy issues were discussed at the meeting.

The parties noted that there is a significant potential for development of Uzbekistan – Kuwait relations, giving them a multifaceted character.

Special attention was paid to priorities of development of relations in trade-economic and investment sphere, attracting financial resources of Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development and other investors for implementation of important socio-economic and infrastructure projects in Uzbekistan. The parties agreed to implement social projects in the Aral Sea region.

Mutual interest in diversification of transport corridors linking Central Asia with Middle East was also noted. In this regard, the relevance of Uzbekistan – Turkmenistan – Iran – Oman transport corridor was noted.

Views on other issues on the joint agenda were also exchanged at the meeting.

The Ambassador of Kuwait Ahmad Khaled Abdullah al-Jeeran attended the meeting.

(Source: Web site of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

Uzbekistan Governmental delegation visits Afghanistan

On March 31, 2019, the Governmental delegation of the Republic of Uzbekistan led by the Secretary of the Security Council under the President of Uzbekistan Viktor Makhmudov and Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulaziz Kamilov visited Afghanistan on a working visit.

Uzbekistan delegation was received by the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Mohammad Ashraf Ghani.

At the meeting, current issues of further development of bilateral relations in political, trade-economic, transport-communication, cultural-humanitarian and other fields were discussed.

The sides also exchanged views on the situation in Afghanistan.

The President of Afghanistan expressed his gratitude to the Uzbek side for actively assisting the launch of the peace process, emphasizing that one of the key conditions for stabilizing the situation in the country is its socio-economic revival, in which Uzbekistan plays a significant role.

Mohammad Ashraf Ghani stated that Afghanistan is grateful to Uzbekistan for stepping up economic and infrastructure cooperation. He also noted that economic interaction will lead to regional stability.

The Head of Afghanistan also thanked the Uzbek delegation for choosing the city of Samarkand as a possible platform for organizing peace talks.

Other issues of Uzbekistan – Afghanistan agenda, as well as international and regional issues were also discussed at the meeting.

On March 31 within the framework of Uzbekistan delegation’s visit, a regular meeting of the joint Security Commission was held in Kabul under the chairmanship of the Secretary of the Security Council under the President of Uzbekistan Viktor Makhmudov and the National Security Adviser to the President of Afghanistan Hamdullah Mohib.

On the same day, Uzbekistan delegation held talks with the Chief Executive Officer of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah, National Security Adviser to the President Hamdullah Mohib, Minister of Foreign Affairs Salahuddin Rabbani, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and the Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) Tadamichi Yamamoto and former President Hamid Karzai.

Heads and representatives of the ministries and agencies of the economic bloc of Uzbekistan and Afghanistan held meetings, during which the practical aspects of further enhancing cooperation, proposals for giving new dynamics to mutual trade, implementing major joint investment projects, building the Mazar-i-Sharif – Herat and Mazar-i-Sharif – Kabul – Peshawar railways, Surkhan – Puli-Khumri power lines were considered.

A number of documents were signed after the negotiations.

(Source: Web site of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

Meeting with the European Union delegation

On April 1, 2019, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov received the European Union delegation composed of the Special Representative for Central Asia Peter Burian and Special Envoy for Afghanistan Roland Kobia.

At the meeting, the state and prospects of multifaceted interaction between Uzbekistan and the European Union, including practical issues of cooperation in implementation of projects aimed at socio-economic revival of Afghanistan and a comprehensive solution to the problems of the Aral Sea region were discussed.

The EU representatives highly appreciated the progress and first results of large-scale transformations taking place in Uzbekistan, which open up new prospects for further development of bilateral cooperation in political, trade-economic, investment, scientific-educational, cultural-humanitarian and other fields.

Mutual interest was emphasized in intensifying contacts at various levels. In this context, the parties exchanged views on the schedule and agenda of the upcoming joint events in 2019.

During the meeting current issues of international and regional politics were also considered at the meeting.

Head of the EU delegation, Ambassador Eduards Stiprais attended the negotiations.

(Source: Web site of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

Uzbekistan Governmental delegation to visit Brussels

The governmental delegation of Uzbekistan, which includes the Deputy Prime Minister Tanzila Narbayeva and Minister of Employment and Labor Relations Sherzod Kudbiyev, as well as leaders of Uztuqimachiliksanoat and Uzbekiston Ipagi Associations, Trade Unions Federation will visit Brussels on April 1-3, 2019.

Representatives of Uzbekistan government responsible for eradication of forced labor will attend discussion forum in Brussels on “How Uzbekistan eradicates child and forced labor in the cotton harvest”, organized jointly with International Labor Organization, the World Bank, the Embassies of Uzbekistan, the United States and Switzerland. The forum will bring together representatives of the European Commission, international non-governmental organizations, as well as labor and human rights NGOs, business and investment companies advocating for eradication of child and forced labor in cotton production.

The program of the visit will include meetings with representatives of leadership of the European Union, the Kingdom of Belgium, Human Rights Organizations, major European Associations of manufacturers, retailers and trade unions, as well as leading European brands.

The government delegation will also hold negotiations with General Secretary of International Trade Union Confederation Sharan Burrow, representatives of Human Rights Watch International NGO and other international institutions.

(Source: Web site of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan)




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