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.
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.
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.
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.