Elections of the President of Uzbekistan started across the country at 6:00 am. First voters came to the polling stations before their opening.
Citizens of Uzbekistan in Japan and South Korea were the first to vote at the elections of the President.
117,902 citizens of Uzbekistan participated in early voting at presidential elections.
Uzbek plov was inscribed on Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Shavkat Mirziyoev expressed condolences to Brazil in connection with crash of the passenger aircraft in Colombia.
68,700 citizens of Uzbekistan participated in early voting in seven days.
Foreign minister of Uzbekistan noted contribution of ambassador of Turkey in development of relations between two countries.
Civil aviation authorities of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan agreed to resume air communication from January.
Secretary general of Association of World Election Bodies heads observers mission for presidential elections.
Asia Alliance Bank opened virtual reception to receive complaints and suggestions from citizens.
Chairman of the Senate’s Foreign Policy Committee Sadyk Safayev spoke about Uzbekistan’s political future.
Tashkent’s public transport will operate from 5 am and be free on 4 December.
53,501 citizens of Uzbekistan participated in early voting in six days.
Heads of defense ministries of Uzbekistan and Russia signed agreement on developing military and technical cooperation.
NGO Cleantech Latvia will contribute to introduction of “green” technologies in Uzbekistan.
SCO secretary general Rashid Alimov will head the observers mission for presidential elections in Uzbekistan.
More than 41,700 citizens of Uzbekistan participated in early voting during five days.
Part of voting bulletins at upcoming elections will be published in braille in Uzbek and Russian languages.
Legislative Chamber has passed the law “On countering corruption”, which now has to be approved by Senate.
ADB approved a USD 154 million loan to boost horticulture sector in Uzbekistan.