Vladimir Putin and Shavkat Mirziyoyev are going to meet on October 18-19 in Tashkent, Podrobno.uz reported.
The launch ceremony of the project of the first nuclear power plant in Uzbekistan will be held on October 19 and may be timed to coincide with an official visit to the country of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, the President of “Rusatom International Network” JSC under ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation Alexander Merten said, TASS reported Oct. 9.
Uzbekistan has plentiful gas and renewable energy resources, but the country’s totalitarian regime and lack of economic liberalisation have typically put off foreign investors.
A first meeting of the Ministries of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan chaired by the First Deputy Ministers of the two countries, Major-General Davron Nazarmuhamedov and Lieutenant-General of Police Vilayet Eyvazov, was held, Uzbek media outlets reported.
TASHKENT: French nationals will be the first in the European Union to gain visa-free entry to Uzbekistan ahead of key talks between both countries’ leaders in Paris, the foreign ministry said Saturday.
Americans will help establish schools in Uzbekistan where all subjects will be taught in English, Podrobno.uz reported.
AKIPRESS.COM - Envoy of Uzbekistan to UN Bahtiyor Ibraghimov outlined the country’s accomplishments in human rights, water management and economic development at the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly.
TASHKENT, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) -- The consumer price index (CPI) of Uzbekistan, which measures changes in the prices paid by the consumer sector, rose 8.1 percent year-on-year in the first nine months, the State Statistics Committee said on Monday.
There is huge potential for Bollywood filmmakers to shoot in Uzbekistan as it provides the best locations, incentives and technical support, the country's Ambassador to India Farhod Arziev has said. He said cooperation in the film industry is being promoted through the Indo-Uzbekistan Film and Culture Forum, which was formed earlier this year in the national capital.
BISHKEK (TCA) — Growth remains stable across most of developing Asia due to robust domestic demand, buoyant oil and gas prices, and a consolidation of India’s growth rebound. But escalating trade tensions will test the region’s resilience, underscoring the importance of efforts to bolster trade ties among its countries, says a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.