A representative office of Yuksalish movement to be opened in Japan
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) – A chairman of the national movement Yuksalish Akmal Burkhanov is in Japan as part of the interdepartmental delegation of Uzbekistan.
During the meetings, issues of cooperation in implementation of administrative reform in Uzbekistan, the judicial and legal sphere are discussed, the press service of the national Yuksalish movement said in a statement.
Meetings with compatriots, who work and study in a given country was held, proposals on the progress of reforms and their effective implementation are studied.
During the visit, the delegation members discussed a number of topical issues with Uzbeks who live and study in two large Japanese cities - Tokyo and Nagoya. In particular, during a meeting at the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Japan, it was proposed to open a Center for Culture and Education of Uzbekistan in Tokyo to strengthen relations.
In this center it will be possible to hold Uzbek national holidays, to acquaint foreigners with our traditions, history and Uzbek language, to organize various meetings and discussions, to carry out many other projects.
A meeting was held in the city of Nagoya with students, Uzbek professors who work at Japanese universities, specialists from leading companies and members of the expert council of Buyuk kelajak. The participants discussed the issue of opening a foreign representative office of the national movement Yuksalish.
Both initiatives are supported by members of the delegation and the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Japan. As noted, the representation of the national Yuksalish movement in Nagoya is intended to establish a direct dialogue with compatriots in Japan and involve them in the reform processes in the republic. Among the tasks are the collection, synthesis and analysis of their opinions and proposals with the aim of assisting in the implementation of large-scale transformations in Uzbekistan within the framework of the Action Strategy.
At the same time, the delegation of Uzbekistan held a number of meetings with Japanese parliamentarians. Member of the House of Representatives of the Japanese Parliament, former Justice Minister Yoko Kamikawa invited the leadership of the Prosecutor General’s Office, the Ministry of Justice and members of our parliament to take part in the 14th UN Crime Prevention Congress, which will be held in April next year in Kyoto.
A member of the Chamber of Advisers of the Japanese Parliament, the former Japanese ambassador to Uzbekistan Kyoko Nakayama, praised the reforms in Uzbekistan and expressed her readiness to fully support the holding of another Uzbek-Japanese inter-parliamentary forum this year in Tashkent. In turn, Deputy Minister of Justice Hiroaki Kadoyama said that the Ministry of Justice of Japan will assist in the implementation of administrative reform in Uzbekistan.