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Old March 23rd, 2019, 09:25 PM   #81
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U.S. Explorer`s Club to visit ancient Khorezm



A delegation of Uzbekistan led by Tanzilya Narbayeva, Deputy Prime Minister attended the 115th annual meeting of the Explorer's Club. This is one of America’s oldest scientific organizations which brings together leading researchers, scientists and discoverers from around the world.

A delegation of Uzbekistan led by Tanzilya Narbayeva, Deputy Prime Minister attended the 115th annual meeting of the Explorer's Club. This is one of America’s oldest scientific organizations which brings together leading researchers, scientists and discoverers from around the world.

The event took place on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of historic Moon landing.

A central point of the event was the solemn ceremony of announcing the first expedition of the Explorer`s Club to Uzbekistan in summer of 2019.

The goal is to study the historical fortress "Bazar-Kala" - one of the capitals of ancient Khorezm. In the course of research, scientists will study the civilization of that time, political ties with the Akhemenid Empire, as well as the process of transition from a nomadic life to a settled. Following the results, a documentary film will be prepared about the expedition, the premiere of which will be held on October 11 at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Washington during the autumn session of the members of the Explorer`s Club.

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President Shavkat Mirziyoyev received Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde.



The head of our state expressed satisfaction with the established level of cooperation with the IMF, which has become intense and systematic in recent years.

Christine Lagarde noted that the International Monetary Fund is determined to continue to provide all necessary support to Uzbekistan in the process of implementation of complex economic and structural reforms.

The readiness of the IMF to actively expand the scope of technical assistance, including in the development of specific economic policy measures that contribute to the consistent improvement of living standards in Uzbekistan was noted.

Based on its own analysis, the Fund positively assesses the current state and prospects of development of the economy of Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan`s GDP growth set to comprise 5.5% this year, according to IMF forecast.

IMF experts have noted that Uzbekistan has successfully implemented the first stage of important reforms, including the liberalization of the foreign exchange market, tax reform and radical improvement of the system of state statistics.

The President of Uzbekistan and the IMF Managing Director agreed to continue intensive cooperation, primarily in improving monetary policy, the banking system, fiscal policy, bringing the quality of reporting and analysis of the country's balance of payments in line with international standards.

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President Shavkat Mirziyoyev held talks with President of the Federal Republic of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier.



The Head of the state sincerely congratulated the President and people of Germany on the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Basic Law and establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany.

The Federal President of Germany thanked Uzbekistan’s leader for the invitation to visit our country and the warm welcome. Frank-Walter Steinmeier expressed gratitude for the congratulations and the joint activities held in Tashkent in connection with important events.

The sides thoroughly discussed during negotiations the issues of further expanding political, trade, economic, investment, financial, technical, cultural and humanitarian cooperation, as well as those in the international and regional agendas.

Uzbekistan and Germany have maintained steadfast political dialogue. Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited Uzbekistan in 2006 and 2016 as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany. The official visit of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Germany in January 2019 opened a new page in development of interstate relations.

At the meeting at Kuksaroy residence, the important role of the two parliaments was noted in supporting multidimensional cooperation and sharing experience. Uzbekistan – Germany Law Forum that took place on May 23 in Tashkent proved rather useful in this respect.

The parties assessed the current state of trade and economic interaction and identified priority areas for its expansion. It was noted that in 2018 the trade turnover grew by 25% and exceeded 770 million dollars. Following the January summit meetings, more and more of German companies have been showing practical interest in Uzbekistan market. Measures have been analyzed and identified for the elaboration and acceleration of joint investment projects and programs.

The two countries closely cooperate within the framework of international institutions. Uzbekistan supports Germany’s aspiration to become a permanent member of the UN Security Council.

Berlin appreciates Tashkent’s efforts to bolster stability in the region, promote the peace process in Afghanistan, and overcome the consequences of the Aral Sea disaster.

The parties expressed shared willingness to continue with providing mutual support within the framework of international organizations. Issues of interaction in Uzbekistan – European Union format were also discussed.

The two sides considered issues of combating terrorism and extremism, building up security cooperation. The Presidents welcomed the launch of the mechanism of Uzbekistan – Germany consultations on Afghanistan to promote socio-economic, investment and infrastructure projects in that country.

The negotiations helped reaffirm Uzbekistan and Germany’s mutual commitment to the development of full-scale cooperation, as well as the proximity and coincidence of positions on all issues discussed.

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Shavkat Mirziyoyev congratulates Donald Trump on Independence Day



Independence Day is the day of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence of the United States in 1776, which proclaims the independence of the United States from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev congratulated Donald Trump on Independence Day on July 4.

Independence Day is the day of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence of the United States in 1776, which proclaims the independence of the United States from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

Independence Day is considered the birthday of the United States as a free and independent country. Most Americans call this holiday simply by its date — "Fourth of July". The celebration is accompanied by fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, political addresses and ceremonies, and other public and private events traditional to the United States.

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Abdulaziz Kamilov meets with US President's National Security Advisor



John Bolton welcomed the participation of such a representative delegation in the second ministerial conference on the promotion of religious freedoms in Washington.

Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov met with John Robert Bolton, Adviser to the US President on National Security on July 17 in Washington.

The sides exchanged views on the state and prospects of further development of Uzbek-American relations.

John Bolton welcomed the participation of such a representative delegation in the second ministerial conference on the promotion of religious freedoms in Washington.

The interlocutors stressed the mutual interest to move in line with the implementation of the joint political statement "Uzbekistan – USA: the beginning of a new era of strategic partnership" adopted by the heads of the two countries in May 2018, other joint agreements reached during the official visit of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to the United States and negotiations with President Donald Trump.

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Shavkat Mirziyoyev receives US Under Secretary of State



Sincerely welcoming the guest, the leader of Uzbekistan noted with deep satisfaction the dynamic development observed in recent years in Uzbekistan – American multifaceted relations.

On August 22, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev received David Hale, United States Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.

Sincerely welcoming the guest, the leader of Uzbekistan noted with deep satisfaction the dynamic development observed in recent years in Uzbekistan – American multifaceted relations.

It was emphasized that fruitful highest-level meetings held in Washington in May 2018 marked the dawn of a new era of strategic partnership between the two nations.

In turn, the American diplomat, thanking Uzbekistan’s leader for a warm reception, conveyed the greetings and best wishes of President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

According to David Hale, the US side highly appreciates the ongoing reforms in Uzbekistan in the field of state building and formation of a strong civil society, as well as those aimed at uplifting the living standards in the country, at ensuring civil rights and freedoms.

The efforts of Uzbekistan and other countries of Central Asia to bolster the relations of friendship, good neighborliness and mutually advantageous cooperation in the region also received support.

The meeting facilitated exchange of views on the issues of peaceful settlement in Afghanistan and that country’s active engagement in the regional process.

Pressing issues of bilateral relations and the international agenda were also discussed during the talks.

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In recent years, Uzbek President Shevkat Mirziyoyev has made headlines for shifting the country’s foreign policy and introducing several social and economic reforms, ending 27 years of closed rule by Islam Karimov.

Branding himself a “reformer”, Mirziyoyev visited every Central Asian capital in the first year of his presidency, settled a decades-old border dispute with neighbouring Kyrgyzstan and continued his multi-pronged policy, in which Tashkent adopted a non-committal adaptive foreign policy and tried to balance relations with the US, Russia and China.

What is often left unmentioned is his apparent change in the interaction between state and religion as a parcel of reform and how it promotes the country’s cultural soft power. However, this space is a controversial one, rife with confusion and complication. Present-day Uzbekistan has played a significant role in medieval Islamic history.

The region's cultural and literary blossoming, also known as the “Golden Age”, was a period of cultural flowering during which Central Asia became an intellectual hub for religion, science, and architecture. The well-known intellectuals of that time, such as Bukhara, Tirmidhi, Ibn Sina, Biruni, Khwarizmi, and Ghazali made Central Asia the centre of the intellectual world, contributing significantly to the core civilisations of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, including China and India.
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Uzbekistan and Britain sign post-Brexit cooperation agreement



In accordance with the Agreement, the parties will maintain regular political dialogue on all aspects of bilateral cooperation, as well as international and regional issues of mutual interest.



On October 31, Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov and British Ambassador Timothy Torlot signed an Agreement on partnership and cooperation between Uzbekistan and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The fundamental document that regulates relations with the UK is the current agreement on partnership and cooperation between Uzbekistan and the European Union signed on 21 June 1996. After the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union ("Brexit"), this Agreement will cease to apply in relations between Uzbekistan and the UK, in connection with which the British side initiated the conclusion of an interstate agreement on partnership and cooperation.

In accordance with the Agreement, the parties will maintain regular political dialogue on all aspects of bilateral cooperation, as well as international and regional issues of mutual interest.

The parties shall grant each other the most favored treatment in respect of customs duties, taxes and other charges of any kind applicable to imported goods.

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Uzbekistan, EU sign financial agreements



On November 11, 2019, in Brussels the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, Abdulaziz Kamilov and the Director General of the European Commission for International Cooperation and Development, Koen Doens signed agreements on financing technical assistance projects “Accession of the Republic of Uzbekistan into the World Trade Organization” and “Development contribution of the EU to the Multi-Partnership Trust Fund for Human Security for the Aral Sea region”.

The amount of grant funds provided under the project on the Uzbekistan’s accession to the WTO is 5 million euros. The project provides assistance to Uzbekistan in the process of joining the WTO as a whole, including the preparation of the necessary documents, increasing the knowledge of Uzbek specialists on the WTO agreements and the international trading system.

Grant funds for the project of the Multi-Partner Trust Fund (5.2 million euros) will be used to implement the fund's projects in the Aral Sea region.

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Sodiq Safoev hosts delegations of US Securities and Exchange and Commodity Futures Trading Commissions



The Senate Deputy chair Sodiq Safoev hosted the delegations of the US Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Senate said.

The US officials noted that Uzbekistan has a great potential for development of the capital market, which needs to be fully tapped. The US Securities and Exchange Commission, the main body responsible for overseeing and regulating the US securities market, is ready to assist the Uzbek capital market regulator to implement best practices and personnel training.

Officals of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission also expressed intention to promote competitive and efficient futures markets and to assist investors in the implementation of trading fraud and crime protection mechanisms.

On November 12-14, this year, the Capital Market Development Agency hosted the first training seminar for the Central Asian Capital Markets, Central Banks and Finance Ministries. At the seminar, experts from the US Securities and Exchange Commission and Commodity Futures Trading Commission shared their views on market development, law enforcement practices, market participants' expertise, and public offering.

The parties reportedly identified a number of issues that need to be reviewed and exchanged views on drafting relevant legislation and implementation of parliamentary control over the observance of the legislation.

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Special Envoy of Canadian PM visiting Uzbekistan



The Special Envoy of the Canadian Prime Minister to the European Union, former Foreign Minister, Stéphane Dion today landed in Tashkent.

On November 22-24, Stéphane Dion will hold talks in the Oliy Majlis, Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Water Management to discuss prospects for bilateral relations, inter-regional cooperation, as well as measures to mitigate the consequences of the drying of the Aral Sea.

In addition, the Canadian delegation, together with the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, is organizing a seminar "Water Resources and Diplomacy" with the participation of students and teachers of UWED, as well as relevant Uzbek experts.

"This event is part of a series of Canadian discussion forums. In May 2018, the Canadian Embassy in Uzbekistan, with residence in Moscow, together with the UWED organized a seminar on gender issues and diplomacy," the Uzbek Embassy in Washington noted.

Stéphane Dion also intends to visit the Yurt-Istikboli Republican Social Information Center in Gulistan to conduct a training on gender issues with the participation of activists of the youth wing of political parties in the province.

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EBRD intends to hold bank meeting in Samarkand



On December 5, the Ministry of investment and foreign trade held a meeting with the delegation of the European Bank for reconstruction and development (EBRD) headed by Secretary General E. Quattrococke.


The main purpose of the visit of the bank's management to Uzbekistan was to assess the possibility of holding the annual meeting of the EBRD Board of Governors in 2023 in Samarkand.

During the tour of Samarkand, the guests were presented information about the progress of large-scale construction aimed at increasing the capacity to receive large flows of tourists and holding major events of international importance – projects for the creation of a tourist center, modern hotels, as well as the concept of integrated development of transport infrastructure, including the expansion of communication networks, modernization of the airport and railway station were presented.

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UN Office on HIV/AIDS opens in Uzbekistan



With the opening of the UNAIDS country office in Uzbekistan, efforts will be redoubled to reduce new HIV infections, ensure access to testing and treatment, and reduce HIV stigma and discrimination.

The joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Country Office has opened in Uzbekistan.

HIV infection remains an acute problem for the whole world. According to international experts, Uzbekistan has set itself bold goals to achieve the goal of "90-90-90" and is working to fulfill its commitments. Continuing at the same pace, it is necessary to unite, make maximum use of the opportunities of all those who work in this area, and together with activists, civil society and international organizations to move at an accelerated pace to fulfill these tasks.

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Uzbekistan becomes chairman of OSCE Permanent Council's Economic, Environmental Committee



Uzbekistan has been appointed chairman of the Economic and Environmental Committee of the Permanent Council of the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) in 2020, the Foreign Ministry said.

From 2017 to 2019, the committee was headed by Kazakhstan.

Ambassador Sherzod Asadov, Permanent Representative of Uzbekistan to the OSCE, became the head of the committee.

The decision was made as part of a special meeting of the Organization’s Permanent Council, during which the current Chairman-in-Office of OSCE, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, presented the priorities for the chairmanship in 2020.

The Economic and Environmental Committee oversees a wide range of issues of cooperation and security in the economic and environmental fields in the OSCE area, including anti-corruption issues, energy and food security, transport and logistics, migration, the development of information and communication and green technologies.

As noted, the chairmanship of Uzbekistan in the Economic and Environmental Committee of the OSCE Permanent Council is evidence of recognition by the international community of the wide range of socio-economic reforms and measures taken to improve the environmental situation in the Aral Sea region under the leadership of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, strengthen trade, economic and investment cooperation, and develop transport interconnectedness and expanding the transit potential of the region.

The chairmanship of the Economic and Environmental Committee in 2020 will allow to actively promote regional and international initiatives of Uzbekistan that are consistent with the goals and principles of the OSCE and will contribute to deepening cooperation with the organization in terms of supporting the reform agenda in the country, the ministry said.

Head of the United Kingdom's Delegation to the OSCE Neil Bush, was appointed Chairman of the Security Affairs Committee, and Czech Permanent Representative to the Organization Ivo Sramek was appointed Head of the Human Rights Committee.

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President Shavkat Mirziyoyev receives World Bank delegation



Cyril Muller expressed his sincere gratitude to the President of Uzbekistan for the warm welcome and conveyed the greetings and best wishes of the President of World Bank Group David Malpass.

On July 19, the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev received the World Bank delegation led by Vice President for Europe and Central Asia, Cyril Muller.

Welcoming the guests, the Head of the state noted with deep satisfaction the achieved level of long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation between Uzbekistan and the World Bank. Today, the Bank actively supports and is directly involved in promoting structural reforms in priority sectors in Uzbekistan.

On July 18 this year, the first session of the Economic Council and the roundtable discussion on reforms in the energy sector were successfully held in Tashkent. The two sides jointly identified the principal interaction priorities, specific programs and long-term cooperation projects.

Currently, the total portfolio of executed projects and those under implementation in Uzbekistan exceeds 5.2 billion US dollars. Since the beginning of this year alone, the World Bank approved new loans worth over 850 million USD, which cover such areas as development of entrepreneurship, preschool education, employment promotion and others.

Projects are being developed for modernization of agriculture and municipal infrastructure, co-financing of “Obod qishloq” (Prosperous village) program, development of digital economy.

Current issues of expanding partnership between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the World Bank were considered at the meeting.

Special attention was paid to issues of reforming the banking and financial sector and public enterprises, the advancement of education, entrepreneurship and agriculture, as well as implementation of infrastructure projects on conditions of public private partnership.

Cyril Muller expressed his sincere gratitude to the President of Uzbekistan for the warm welcome and conveyed the greetings and best wishes of the President of World Bank Group David Malpass.

It was emphasized that the Bank highly appreciates the dynamics and effectiveness of the structural reforms underway in Uzbekistan in priority sectors.

Cyril Muller reaffirmed the World Bank’s strong commitment to expanding the multi-dimensional cooperation with Uzbekistan for sustainable development of the country and the entire region.

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Uzbekistan enters the next phase of market reforms with renewed support from the World Bank




World Bank Vice President for Europe and Central Asia, Cyril Muller, welcomed the Government of Uzbekistan’s progress in transforming the economy and pledged the institution’s continued support for further reforms. Visiting Tashkent on January 16-17, he met with President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and senior government and parliamentary officials.

“Uzbekistan is making strong progress in transforming its economy and building opportunities to improve people’s lives. Translating reforms into better living standards is a challenging process that will take time,” said Mr. Muller. “As the country enters the next phase of complex reforms to build a vibrant economy, the World Bank is increasing its support for the Government’s social and economic priorities through investments in key sectors and advisory services.”

Mr. Muller met with President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Chairperson of the Senate of Oliy Majlis (Parliament) Tanzila Narbaeva, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport Ochilboy Ramatov, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Jamshid Kuchkarov, Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade Sardor Umurzakov and other senior officials.

The discussions focused on the Government’s efforts to strengthen macroeconomic fundamentals; improve the overall business and investment climate; modernize the country’s energy, transport, financial, banking and agriculture sectors; develop public-private partnerships; reform state institutions and state-owned enterprises; expand regional trade and transport connectivity, as well as deliver high-quality public services for citizens while promoting citizen engagement and gender equality.

Following talks with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Djamshid Kuchkarov, Mr. Muller participated in a signing ceremony for a World Bank loan ($100 million) supporting the development of basic infrastructure in over 300 villages across Uzbekistan. The financed project will include rehabilitation or construction of kindergartens, schools, health clinics, tertiary roads, water supply and sanitation or solid waste management services for rural residents, etc.

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Michael Pompeo to travel to Uzbekistan February 2-3



Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo will travel to UK, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan from January 29 to February 4.

The Secretary will travel to Tashkent February 2-3, where he will meet with President Mirziyoyev and Foreign Minister Kamilov to underscore U.S. support for Uzbekistan’s reforms and the country’s sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity.

In Tashkent, the Secretary will also participate in a C5+1 Ministerial with the foreign ministers of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan to stress U.S. support for a better connected, more prosperous, and more secure Central Asia, consistent with the U.S.’s new Central Asia Strategy

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Tashkent to host next ministerial meeting of “C5 + 1” format



It is expected that the heads of foreign affairs agencies will discuss the pressing issues related to development of interaction between the Central Asian countries and the United States.

On February 3, Tashkent will host the next ministerial meeting of the “C5 + 1” format.

The meeting will be attended by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Mukhtar Tleuberdi, the Kyrgyz Republic - Chingiz Aidarbekov, the Republic of Tajikistan - Sirojidin Mukhriddin, Turkmenistan - Rashid Meredov, the Republic of Uzbekistan - Abdulaziz Kamilov and the US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.

It is expected that the heads of foreign affairs agencies will discuss the pressing issues related to development of interaction between the Central Asian countries and the United States.

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Tashkent hosts meeting of Foreign Ministers of Central Asian countries and United States




Heads of delegations in their speeches noted that the format of Ministerial meetings launched in 2015 in Samarkand has proved to be a popular and effective mechanism for maintaining and expanding mutually beneficial cooperation.

On February 3, Tashkent hosted a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Central Asia and the United States of America in the "C5+1" format.

The Tashkent meeting saw Foreign Ministers of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Mukhtar Tleuberdi, the Kyrgyz Republic - Chingiz Aidarbekov, the Republic of Tajikistan - Sirojidin Muhriddin, Turkmenistan - Rashid Meredov, the Republic of Uzbekistan – Abdulaziz Kamilov and US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.

Heads of delegations in their speeches noted that the format of Ministerial meetings launched in 2015 in Samarkand has proved to be a popular and effective mechanism for maintaining and expanding mutually beneficial cooperation.

High-level contacts within the C5+1 framework have become regular and stable. Practical cooperation is being consistently carried out in topical areas of regional development, including the economy, energy, transport, ecology and security.

The Ministerial meeting also exchanged views on topical regional issues, in particular the situation in Afghanistan.

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US Ambassador congratulates Uzbek people on Navoi's birthday in Uzbek language



The Ambassador's congratulations were warmly welcomed on social networks. People noted that this is great respect for the Uzbek people.

US Ambassador Daniel Rosenblum congratulated the people of Uzbekistan on Alisher Navoi's birthday.

"Assalomu Alaykum! I congratulate the people of Uzbekistan on the birthday of the great poet and thinker Alisher Navoi. At the same time, I want to recall Navoi's words, which are still relevant for all of us," the Ambassador said and read the poet's verse.

The Ambassador's congratulations were warmly welcomed on social networks. People noted that this is great respect for the Uzbek people.

https://uzreport.news/society/us-amb...uzbek-language
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