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December 10, 2016



A festival of friendship and culture has taken place in Nukus under the slogan of “Uzbekistan is our common home”. 

The festival is directed towards strengthening the atmosphere of friendship and harmony among young people and protecting them from various alien ideas and ills.

It started with an exhibition entitled “We are your children, Uzbekistan”. As part of the festival, a scientific-practical seminar was held on the subject of “the role of inter-ethnic accord in bringing up a healthy generation”.

Large-scale reforms being implemented in the country incorporate such ideas as the observance of people’s legitimate interests, respect for human dignity and the recognition of human rights and liberties as being of the highest value. Guarantees of every citizen’s rights and liberties are enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan provides for freedom of conscience and freedom of worship, and it is the main document clearly specifying the equality of all nationalities and ethnic groups living in the country and the Motherland’s independence. It is an expression of the Uzbek nation’s dignity and religious tolerance. Norms of international law and principles of national magnanimity are reflected in every article of the constitution.

Uzbekistan is a multi-ethnic country. Today representatives of more than 130 nationalities and ethnic groups live in peace and harmony in the country. Special attention was paid under the leadership of First President Islam Karimov to preserving national and religious values and further strengthening inter-ethnic accord, religious tolerance, friendship and harmony in the country. Uzbekistan’s International Cultural Centre was established in 1992. This centre is of important significance to further strengthening inter-ethnic relations, coordinating the work of national cultural centres in the country and giving methodological help to them.

“All the nationalities and ethnic groups in Uzbekistan benefit from possibilities of equal rights specified in the constitution and laws and live in peace and harmony,” says the chief of the Korean cultural centre of the Republic of Qoraqalpoghiston, Marina Tyugay.

The festival of friendship and culture concluded with a concert by representatives of various nationalities.