Zarduzi, the art of making embroidery with gold thread has existed in the territory of Uzbekistan since very ancient times. The well-known paintings in the palaces of Balalyktepa, Varakhsha and Afrasiab (6th-8th centuries) are clear evidence of this, depicting people dressed in clothes decorated with goldwork.
On the threshold of the 23rd anniversary of independence of Uzbekistan, the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences has published another book of the series entitled ‘The History of Uzbekistan’.
80.8% of Uzbekistan's GDP produced in the private sector
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:17
According to official statistics, in the first half of 2014 major share of gross domestic product, which is 80,8% was produced in the private sector. Accordingly, 19.2% in the structure of GDP accounted for the public sector.
Implementation of big investment projects on the development and construction of transport communications is underway in Uzbekistan. They envisage the establishment of a unified national logistics system that would meet the requirements of the rapidly growing real economy sector. Meanwhile, many experts say that the advanced development of transport arteries, especially highways, requires the upgrade and modernization of the current fleet of road-building hardware. Over 260 items of different kinds of machinery and equipment were purchased with this purpose in the first six months of 2014.
In the capital opening ceremony of Seoul Park took place. The event, held in the park of Babur, wherein created a new object of culture and recreation, was attended by representatives of the Government of Uzbekistan and South Korea.