oday, southeastern Uzbekistan is marked by dry, mountainous terrain, but hundreds of millions of years ago, this patch of the Earth was the bottom of a shallow sea where bizarre creatures crept across the soft sediment. It was around this time that vertebrate animals—more specifically, the sharp-toothed Ichthyostega—first shuffled out of the water and adopted a land-based lifestyle.
In the ancient Registan Square in Uzbekistan's Samarkand where students from Islamic seminaries used to pray centuries ago, oriental music performed by musicians from all over the world echoed under the dome of magnificent mosques.
Twenty-eight years ago, the First President of the country, Islam Abduganievich Karimov, announced the state independence of Uzbekistan to our people and the world community. Within a fairly brief historical period, Uzbekistan has passed a difficult and at the same time glorious path of independent development.
Uzbekistan has started celebrating the twenty-eighth anniversary of national independence. Today, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has thus visited the Mustaqillik (Independence) Square in the heart of Tashkent and laid flowers at the Monument of Independence and Humanism...
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the Shahidlar Khotirasi (Memory of Victims) Alley in Tashkent in the early hours of August 31 and took part in the commemoration ceremony of repression victims.
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with visiting Uzbek Prime Minister Abdulla Aripov here on Wednesday, calling on the two countries to jointly push forward the high-quality construction of the Belt and Road.