Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Petro Poroshenko held a telephone conversation and agreed to develop relations between the two countries.
Deputy prime minister Adham Ikramov was appointed as minister of Public Health.
UzLiDep will introduce Abdulla Aripov for the post of the prime minister.
Senate will consider the law “On countering corruption” and state budget for 2017.
Central Election Commission of Uzbekistan announced final results of the presidential elections.
Foreign ministries of Uzbekistan and Georgia discussed enhancing relations in various spheres.
President-elect Shavkat Mirziyoyev proclaimed 2017 the Year of dialogue with the people.
UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon congratulated Shavkat Mirziyoyev on election victory.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev received 88.61% of votes at Sunday presidential elections.
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.
33.73% of registered voters have participated in presidential elections by 11:00.
Candidate from Adolat (Justice) party Nariman Umarov voted at 550th polling station in Tashkent.
Candidate from Milly Tiklanish party Sarvar Otamuratov voted at 584th polling station in Tashkent.
5.2 million citizens of Uzbekistan have participated in presidential elections by 10:00.
Shavkat Mirziyoev expressed condolences to Brazil in connection with crash of the passenger aircraft in Colombia.
Foreign minister of Uzbekistan noted contribution of ambassador of Turkey in development of relations between two countries.
Secretary general of Association of World Election Bodies heads observers mission for presidential elections.
Chairman of the Senate’s Foreign Policy Committee Sadyk Safayev spoke about Uzbekistan’s political future.