President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov participated in the celebrations of the 2,000th anniversary of the city of Margilan on 7 September, UzA reported.
Uzbek Ambassador, Arif Usman, who declared Pakistan to be his second home also underlined the common faith, feelings and aspiration his people shared with the citizens of Pakistan. The Ambassador was speaking at the concluding session of the two-day conference on Tashkent at the International Islamic University Islamabad, Business Recorder reported.
Iranian films are to be displayed in Uzbekistan, ISNA of Iran reported.
Sixth international music festival “Sharq Taronalari” (“Oriental Melodies”) continues in Samarkand, UzA reported.
The ancient Silk Road city of Samarkand has celebrated its 2,750th anniversary with displays of fireworks and dance. Uzbek President Islam Karimov, who was born in Samarkand, praised the city’s rich cultural and historical heritage.
Time flies in Samarkand. The ancient Silk Road city is marking its 2,750th anniversary in grand style, a mere 11 years after celebrating its official 2,500th anniversary.
Good news for art critics, historians, artists, craftsmen, tourists, travel agents, students and art-lovers in general - an online directory of museums artandcraft.uz has been launched.
The Uzbek government offered the Imam Al Bukhari’s tomb as a Muslim religious tourist site in Uzbekistan, Bernama reported quoting the head of the Uzbek promotion and investment expert group, Khursanov Abdulo.