14 heads of state who jointly represented half of the world’s population gathered in Samarkand. The Samarkand Summit has already been called historical as its decisions and outcomes became the game-changer for the whole Eurasian continent.
Constitutional guarantees of human rights across the spectrum of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, and the mandating of courts and national human rights institutions to protect those rights, are vital steps in promoting a human rights culture.
The Policy of Uzbekistan government to support the development of the Republic of Karakalpakstan is hampered by the negative impact of the ecological crisis of the Aral Sea region, difficult climatic conditions, low population density, low quality of land and water resources, and transport remoteness of settlements.
Uzbekistan participated to the “European Development Days” as part of a separate session dedicated to Central Asia. Uzbekistan has supported the EU initiative on strengthening connectivity - “Global Gateway”, since its inception, given that it is also fully aligned with the Development Strategy of New Uzbekistan for 2022-2026.