Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan announced final results of the presidential elections.
UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon congratulated Shavkat Mirziyoyev on election victory.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev received 88.61% of votes at Sunday presidential elections.
Voters with disabilities could cast their ballots from home.
86.6% of voters have participated in the presidential elections in Uzbekistan by 19:00.
Many residents of Tashkent came to polling stations before their opening. Watch our video report.
Photo report on voting in the city of Navoi, central Navoi region of Uzbekistan.
14.7 million voters have participated in the presidential elections by 16:00.
Residents of Jizzakh region are actively participating in the presidential elections. Photo report from Dustlik district.
13.85 million citizens have participated in the presidential elections by 15:00.
Photos from the polling station No. 83 in the Mirzo-Ulugbek district of Tashkent.
12.5 million citizens of Uzbekistan have participated in presidential elections by 14:00.
Candidate from the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev voted at 132th polling station in Tashkent.
Head of Central Election Commission said elections were being held in full compliance with principles of transparency, openness and justice.
Candidate from the People’s Democratic Party Hotamjon Ketmonov voted at 282th polling station in Tashkent.
Photo report from the capital of Karakalpakstan Nukus on voting in the elections of the President of Uzbekistan.
45.5% citizens participated in presidential elections by 12:00.
33.73% of registered voters have participated in presidential elections by 11:00.
17.7% of voters have participated in the presidential elections by 9:00.
More than 1.5 million people cast their votes at the presidential elections in Uzbekistan in two hours.