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Uzbekistan is getting prepared to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of its independence. Much has been done in the country over the last year. There are hundreds of kilometers of reconstructed roads and railways, erected new houses, industrial and social facilities. These figures indicate the success of the national development strategy. Meanwhile, the country’s major political event is yet to come: the upcoming parliamentary elections, according to experts, are expected to entail a new boost of socio-political and economic development.

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Over 543,110 people applied to Uzbek universities

Over 543,110 people submitted applications to the higher educational institutions, according to the State Center for testing under the Cabinet of Ministers.

On 20 July, universities in Uzbekistan wrapped up work on accepting documents from entrants. According to the center, as of 00:30 of 21 July 2014, Uzbek universities accepted documents from 543,115 entrants, which is record number for last 23 years. The competition makes up 9.36 persons per place.

Termez State University (27,550 applications and competition – 16.3 persons per place), Jizzakh State Pedagogic Institute (22,059 and 13.45) and Andijan State University (20,803 and 14.81) were the most popular educational institutions among entrants this year.

This year, the Uzbek universities will accept 56,907 people to Bachelor degree courses, including 19,120 – on state grants and 37,787 people – on payment-contract base.

The university entry exams will take place in Uzbekistan on 1 August.

(Source: UzDaily.com)

 

Breaking the Old Practices

Cotton is often, and for good reason, referred to as ‘white gold’. Besides being used as raw material to produce textiles, it is used to make dozens of other products from: plastics, paper, oil, etc. Among the technologies developed recently stand out those of making automotive interior leatherette and tires, which is important for the country’s fast growing automotive industry.

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Uzbekistan and Japan discuss perspectives of bilateral cooperation

A roundtable on perspectives of bilateral cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan was held in Tashkent on 18 July 2014 within the visit of the delegation of Japan led by chairperson of the Uzbek-Japanese Committee of the Council on international exchange Kenichi Matsumoto.

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His Excellency Mr. Islam Karimov, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

I am sincerely grateful to the leadership of Uzbekistan for the opportunity offered to me to take part in the international conference “Historical Legacy of Scholars and Thinkers of the Medieval East, Its Role and Significance for the Modern Civilization”.

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A Grand Triumph of Grain Farmers

A Grand Triumph of Grain Farmers The grain farmers of Uzbekistan have harvested more than 8 million 50 thousand tons of grain and over-fulfilled the yearly contractual commitments. This remarkable hirman (yield) has come to be a worthwhile gift for the 23rd anniversary of the independence of our Motherland.

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President visits construction site of Minor mosque

President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov paid a visit to the construction site of new mosque Minor, which is located in Minor neighborhood in Tashkent, on 18 July 2014.

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V Meeting of the Foreign Ministers Dialogue "Central Asia plus Japan"

The regular fifth Foreign Ministers' Meeting within the framework of the "Central Asia plus Japan" Dialogue was held on July 16, 2014 in Bishkek. The delegation of Uzbekistan headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulaziz Kamilov arrived in Bishkek for the participation in this event.

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