On July 26, 2021, at the age of 69, a member of the Editorial Board of the “O’zbekiston Iqtisodiy Axborotnomasi -Economic Bulletin of Uzbekistan”, Rector of Tashkent Institute of Engineers of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Umurzakov Uktam Pardaevich passed away
Uzbekistan is open to the world and is interested in achieving balanced external relations with all countries, including the closest neighbors, the EU, US and other states
From the very beginning, Uzbekistan and Germany have enjoyed advanced and multifaceted relations in a wide range of cooperation areas
Germany has been one of the key partners of Uzbekistan, rendering a comprehensive support to development of political, social and economic life of our country for almost thirty years,
Today, Germany has a special place among the countries that are developing fruitful relations with Uzbekistan in the spirit of equality and mutually beneficial partnership
To keep up the consistent and successful dynamics of positive transformations in our country, it is extremely important that mutual respect, religious tolerance and interethnic harmony prevail in society.
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation is a German non-governmental organization that has been continuously operating in Uzbekistan for more than 20 years.
From July 12 to July 15, 2021 FAO hosted a virtual meeting to address pertinent food and agriculture issues of Europe and Central Asia,
From June 28 to July 11, 2021, a training course is being held at the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers for specialists from regional departments of the Ministry of Water Resources
(Русский) Инициатива по пустыням Центральной Азии (CADI) объявляет о проведении первогоконкурса тезисов c 1 июля 2021 года.
Equipment for soil analysis with an estimated worth of 400 mln UZS has been handed over to the Tashkent State Agrarian University by FAO Representation in Uzbekistan
A round table in National Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems (AKIS) Center marked the completion of the project on “Strengthening national capacities in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Mankind has reached such a stage of development that any solution to the crisis, whether economic or social, requires the latest achievements of science and the wide-spread introduction of innovations into practice.
Traditional sources of electricity generation are mainly hydro and thermal power plants. Nuclear power comes in third place in this list, followed by renewable energy sources.