On 9-25 July UNFPA in close cooperation with the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan conduct training for trainers (ToT) on building up and upgrading skills of health care providers involved in Emergency Obstetric Care from Andijan, Jizzakh, Ferghana, Kashkadarya regions and Tashkent city.
Representatives of state bodies, mahalla committees and NGOs from Tashkent region participated at the work of two-day seminar on internal migration issues on 6-7 July, which was organized at the support of UNDP Country Office in Uzbekistan.
Uzbek President Islam Karimov received a visiting Chinese Finance Minister Jin Renqing at the presidential residence Oqsaroy on 9 July.
President Vladimir Putin issued instructions Monday to look at ways of bringing Uzbekistan into a project to build a gas pipeline along the Caspian coast.
On 9 July, in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan capital, participants of the Ministerial Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) approved the agenda of the August summit of heads of SCO member states. This was said on the press-conference on the results of the meeting by Kyrgyzstan Minister of Foreign Affairs Ednan Karabayev.
Students of Tashkent State Institute of Law (TSIL) and its Legal Clinic participated at training on legal clinical education, supported by UNDP Country Office in Uzbekistan.
Mohammed Hasib Aziz, currently serving as Director General in Foreign Ministry, has been appointed Bangladesh Ambassador to Uzbekistan, said an official announcement on Sunday.
Uzbekistan has appointed a senior official from its Ministry for Foreign Economic Relations, Investment and Trade as the new charge d’affaires of its diplomatic mission in Indonesia.
An international roundtable on the "Abolition of the death penalty and transfer of the right to issue arrest sanctions to courts - demonstration of further intensification of reforms in Uzbekistan" was held at the Tashkent State Institute of Law in Tashkent.
Human trafficking is dangerous not only because it is related to organised crime, but also because it is a serious violation of human rights. One of the features of human trafficking is the fact that its victims are exploited, their freedom of movement is limited, and they have no free and voluntary choice of the labour activity.