Tashkent has hosted the 22nd edition of Tashkent International Tourism Fair ‘Tourism on the Silk Road’. The two pavilions of Uzexpocentre presented leading travel agencies, hotels and recreational areas, types of tourism like active, gourmet, health, historical and others, which are already known to foreign visitors, or just entered the market.
Ecotourism is currently seen as the most promising type of tourism, for its important environmental and educational value.
The people of Uzbekistan pin hopes on the younger generation. If you ask any of our compatriots about the meaning of life, they will reply without hesitations: seeing the happiness and well-being of their children.
The National Program for Personnel Training adopted 19 years ago and large-scale work carried out in this sphere have radically changed not only the system of education and upbringing but also the entire life of our society and laid down the foundation, in a positive sense, of an “explosion effect”.
Uzbekistan accords a great deal of importance to the development of information and communication technologies, which are effectively used in all areas of our lives.
Uzbekistan has been effectively practicing the principle ‘From a strong state to a strong civil society’, which has been a guideline for ensuring human rights and interests, creation of favorable conditions for implementation of people’s potential, expansion of powers of various civil institutions.
Search for the most effective energy sources has always been in the spotlight in the history of civilization.
Uzbekistan has celebrated a symbolic date, the Day of Defenders of Homeland.
Uzbekistan Today’s Review of 2015.
Uzbekistan can hardly be called a land of forests. That said, its furniture industry obviously ranks among the fastest growing today.
Uzbekistan stands on the threshold of one of its main holiday, Constitution Day.
On November 16-22, the Uzbek capital city has brought together talented young people from all over the country.
In the context of the escalating global economic crisis, few countries have been demonstrating sustainable economic growth.
Providing jobs ranks among the key priorities of Uzbekistan’s socio-economic development and is a pivotal condition for improving the quality of people’s life.
The 9th International Industrial Fair and Cooperation Exchange is in full swing in Tashkent.
The world-renowned cotton industry of Uzbekistan has been gradually receding into the background. Entering the European and Asian markets, a new generation of domestic textile brands has been hard on its heel. The world's leading fashion houses like Gucci, Christian Dior and Calvin Klein have been successfully using Uzbek ikat, adras and satin in their collections. Uzbekistan Today reporters have...
The enormous creative work in all areas of social life in Uzbekistan is aimed at protecting human interests, ensuring family welfare, and bringing up children as decent members of the society.