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Uzbekistan – HCCH Joint Event Building Bridges

Roundtable on Democratic Transformations in Uzbekistan By Roy Lie Atjam On February 14, 2024, the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the Kingdom of Belgium...

Willkommen zurück for Ambassador Akhatov

Wednesday, 25 October 2023, Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany: Ambassador Dilshod Akhatov, a distinguished diplomat from Uzbekistan, presented his credentials before German Federal President Dr. Frank-Walter...

ODIHR opens election observation mission to Uzbekistan

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) has opened an election observation mission for the early presidential election in Uzbekistan on 9 July. The mission will consist of a core team of 11 international experts and 24 long-term observers, with 250 short-term observers to be requested. The mission will monitor all aspects of the election, including pre- and post-election developments, and assess compliance with OSCE commitments and other international obligations and standards for democratic elections. Meetings with representatives of state authorities, political parties, civil society, the media and the international community will form an integral part of the observation. An interim report will be published two weeks prior to the election, with a final report containing recommendations to be published some months after the election.

The Role of International Observation in Democratic Elections

By Gulnoza Rakhimova The participation of international organizations and foreign observers in elections is essential for the open and transparent conduct of democratic elections. At...

CA-EU meets in Ashgabat in support for Afghanistan

The fourth meeting of the EU and Central Asia Special Representatives and Special Envoys for Afghanistan was held in the Foreign Ministry of Turkmenistan.

Uzbekistan’s experience in the global fight against poverty was discussed at the International Forum in Tashkent

The II International Forum on Poverty Reduction has completed its work. Within the framework of 6 thematic panel sessions, a wide range of issues were discussed, problems and proposals for developing countries were voiced.

Uzbekistan shows other countries by its example how to fight poverty — Abhijit Banerjee

In Tashkent, the Hilton Tashkent City Hotel hosted the II International Forum on the topic: "Implementing of best practices in poverty reduction", organized by the Center for Economic

Conference in Amersfort

The Great Patriotic War brought unprecedented economic, military and human losses to the countries of the former Soviet Union, in particular to a number of countries such as Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Belarus. 

Gender Equality Strategy Serves Stability and Growth Gender and Development

The strategy for achieving gender equality in Uzbekistan until 2030 was adopted including reforms to protect the rights and legitimate interests of women, provide social support to women in need, and ensure gender equality continue to occur systematically.

Water and energy agreements between Tashkent and Bishkek – new drivers for strengthening cooperation

By Javokhir Badalov The state visit of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev to the Kyrgyz Republic, which took place on...

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