Pravda Vostoka

Pravda Vostoka is a Russian newspaper in Uzbekistan. It was established in 1917, and the original newspaper was named Nasha. The Nasha newspaper changed its name to Pravda Vostoka in 1924. In 1975, the newspaper had a circulation of 250,000 copies….

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Tashkent International Airport

Tashkent International Airport is Uzbekistan’s main international airport, 12 km (7.5 miles) from Tashkent city centre. It is the third busiest airport in Central Asia, after Almaty International Airport and Astana International Airport.Tashkent International Airport includes two termina…

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Navoi International Airport

Navoi International Airport is the entry airport of Navoi, Uzbekistan, named after Ali-Shir Nava’i.Navoi International Airport opened in 1962 and later became Uzbekistan Airlines. In 2007, Navoi Airport began an airport construction and renovation project, comprehensively renovating runw…

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Senate of Uzbekistan

The Senate of Uzbekistan (Senate of Uzbekistan) is the upper house of Uzbekistan’s highest council. The Senate of Uzbekistan is composed of 100 members: 84 are elected senators, 16 are appointed by the president as senators, and the term of office of the senators is five years….

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President of Uzbekistan

The President of Uzbekistan is the head of state and executive power executive of Uzbekistan. The President of Uzbekistan is directly elected by Uzbek citizens for a five-year term.The Office of the President of Uzbekistan was established in 1991 to replace the post of Chairman of the Pr…

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National Bank of Uzbekistan

The National Bank of Uzbekistan (NBU) is the largest investment institution in Central Asia. It was established in 1991 by decree of the President of Uzbekistan and it is the business card of Uzbekistan’s international banking system. Its main task is to provide services for foreign trad…

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