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April 5, 2017



The forthcoming bilateral cultural events in 2017 have been discussed recently in Moscow at a meeting between the Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky and his Uzbek counterpart Mahmud Muratov.

The next was the meeting in Tashkent with Mikhail Shvydkoi, special representative of the President of the Russian Federation for international cultural cooperation, co-chairman of the board of the Interstate Fund for Humanitarian Cooperation (IFHC) of the CIS member states.

The guest was received by the Uzbek Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulaziz Kamilov. The sides discussed interaction in the cultural and humanitarian sphere, an important component of the ties between Uzbekistan and Russia. In this context, it was noted that the extensive exhibition “Treasures of the East” to be presented in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, containing a significant number of paintings and graphics, objects of archeology and applied art from the national museum stock of Uzbekistan, will certainly become a landmark event in the Uzbek-Russian relations, as well as the cultural life of Moscow.

M. Shvydkoi took part in the opening ceremony of the Russian Language Center at the Uzbek State University of World Languages. “This is an important step in cementing our countries’ cooperation in the field of education,” he said, expressing hope that the center will serve to intensify pedagogical and student exchange between the two nations and promote bilateral dialogue on the sector.