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May 24, 2019

Interest in Uzbekistan’s large-scale reforms grows

The 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly devoted to the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development was held on May 21, 2019. The forum was held in accordance with the UN General Assembly Resolution “Culture and Sustainable Development”, which confirms the role of culture as one of the factors of sustainable development.
The forum is aimed at discussing relationship of culture with sustainable development, its role and contribution to solution of problems of the UN common agenda until 2030.
Deputy Minister of Culture of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Arts Kamola Akilova delivered a speech at this prestigious event.
In her speech, it was noted that President Shavkat Mirziyoyev is implementing an active state policy in Uzbekistan for preservation of heritage, development of all kinds of art, introduction of society to culture.
It is noteworthy that Uzbekistan has an ancient history and unique culture, which have always been based on principles of tolerance, inter-regional, inter-ethnic harmony and cultural diversity. Uzbekistan has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The culture of Uzbekistan is closely connected with spiritual values, development of economy, education, tourism, in general, with ongoing innovative transformations. Reforms in the cultural-enlightenment sphere, which are carried out in Uzbekistan, are of great interest at the international level.