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July 11, 2017

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The University of Bunkyo Gakuin in Tokyo has hosted a presentation of the history and modern development of Uzbekistan. The event was organized by the embassy of our country in Japan.

The participants of the event from among the teachers, scientists and students of the university received detailed information about the glorious history, unique culture, centuries-old customs and traditions of Uzbekistan, the progress achieved in the republic in the socio-political and socio-economic spheres. Particular attention is placed on familiarizing the representatives of the Land of the Rising Sun with the realization of the Strategy of Action of the development of the Republic of Uzbekistan along five priority directions in 2017-2021.

A colorful addition to the presentation was the exposition of photographic works reflecting various aspects of the life of our people, the splendor of the historical cities of the country.

“I visited Uzbekistan many times and was fascinated by sincere hospitality and friendliness of people”, the adviser of the University Akiko Shimada told to Jahon. “The sacred land of your country from time immemorial served as a center for the development of science and culture on the Great Silk Road. Great thinkers were born and worked here who made an invaluable contribution to the development of world civilization.

The history and modern development of Uzbekistan always cause great interest in the Japanese academic community. In particular, today in our university the project “Ways of the Eurasian civilizations” is realized, within the framework of which experts conduct the research on the rich cultural and scientific heritage of the Uzbek people”.

An assistant professor at the University of Manabu Kimura who recently visited Uzbekistan, expressed admiration on the conditions created in the country for obtaining quality education.

“I was convinced that the Uzbek youth is very talented, speaks several languages, always strives for knowledge and self-improvement. Our university signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Uzbek State University of World Languages, according to which mutual trips of students, specialists and experts will be organized, joint scientific conferences and seminars are carried out”, the Japanese scientist said.

Jahon Information Agency, Tokyo