/"Dunyo" IA/. The First Meeting of the Heads of Parliaments of the Member Countries of the Group of Friends of Neutrality took place.
The CERR jointly with the Statistics Agency, assessed the level of monetary poverty in Uzbekistan. By the end of 2023, poverty in the country decreased by 3.1 percentage points. The experts explained how the poverty profile has changed and in which regions the incomes of the population have shown the greatest growth.
23-25 On January 23-25 of this year, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev will pay a state visit to the People's Republic of China, which, will undoubtedly be of high significance and will give a new impetus to the expansion and deepening of Uzbek-Chinese cooperation.
Over the past five years in Uzbekistan, a number of laws have been adopted in our country to ensure the priority of private property and strengthen its legal protection.
In recent years, addressing the challenges posed by climate change and finding ways to adapt and mitigate its negative impacts have become crucial priorities for global sustainable development, including our country.
The service sector is experiencing a steady growth trend in the contemporary world. Countries with economies centred around services are regarded as more developed than those with industrial or agricultural economies. In advanced countries, services account for more than half of the GDP and more than 80% of skilled workers and highly qualified personnel work in this sector. The service sector contributes to the economy's social orientation and enhances the population's quality of life.
In November of this year, Uzbekistan's chairmanship in the Turkic States Organization (OTS) concluded. It was marked by significant achievements that played a substantial role in strengthening the country's international political and economic positions. Throughout its chairmanship, Uzbekistan actively promoted initiatives aimed at enhancing Turkic cooperation, developing trade and economic ties, and expanding mutually beneficial relations with member countries of the organization.
In the annual report of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) for December 2023, In 206 countries worldwide, Uzbekistan's National Anti-Doping Agency ranks among the strongest groups.