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Topical issues

29 August 2014
23 years ago Uzbekistan made a historic step towards independent development

In a few days all the people of Uzbekistan will celebrate the national Independence Day. 23 years: is that much or little? For a person it is a quarter of life, a time when all roads are open in front of him, and he is free to choose his own destiny. 

12 August 2014
Banking System: Reliable Partner on the Way to Progress

It has become a good tradition in Uzbekistan on the eve of the most important and dearest national holiday to look back from a distance of the passed years, to analyze thoroughly the wide-ranging reforms implemented, to summarize what the country has achieved and make plans for the upcoming years. The achievements of our republic over the period of independent development make our hearts not only fill with pride, but also entrust us with responsibilities to enhance them even further.

23 July 2014
Uzbekistan Airways: Wish You a Nice Flight

This phrase sounds regularly on board the airplanes flying from Uzbekistan to more than 40 cities of Europe, Asia and America. Modern airliners with the insignia of Uzbekistan Airways National Air Company can be encountered on the flight pathways of international airports – from New York in the West through to Tokyo in the East, and from Tyumen in the North through to Singapore in the South. That is one of the symbols of the independent Uzbekistan, namely, a robust, stable and speedily advancing airline company.

21 July 2014
A Credit of Trust

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