On 19-20 May 2022, the Hilton Tashkent City Hotel in a hybrid format hosted the international forum "A new stage of cooperation between the SCO countries: tourism and cultural heritage", timed to coincide with the Summit of the Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), which is to be held in the city of Samarkand on 15-16 September 2022.
Today in Tashkent, Russia’s largest mountain resort Rosa Khutor and the leading tour operator in Uzbekistan and Central Asia Dolores Travel Group announced cooperation in organizing summer holidays in the mountain cluster and on the Black Sea coast of Sochi for tourists from Uzbekistan for the summer season of 2022.
On 17 May in Tashkent, at the Hilton Tashkent City Hotel, an Agreement was signed to strengthen bilateral relations between Uzbekistan and Israil. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Tourism and Cultural Heritage Aziz Abdukhakimov and Minister of Tourism of the State of Israel Yoel Razvozov signed the document.
About 37,150 people arrived in Uzbekistan for the purpose of recreation, according to the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan.
Today, on 17 May 2022, Tashkent hosted a grand opening of the International Tourism Exhibition in the B2B format "Tashkent Travel Mart 2022", which is held under the auspices of Zero Carbon Fair.
China Daily, China’s leading English-language newspaper, published an article titled "Possibilities for the development of domestic and pilgrimage tourism are expanding," Dunyo news agency reported.
As part of the visit of a delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan to India, on 10 May 2022, an overview presentation of the investment and tourism potential of Uzbekistan was held.
The Directorate of the Charvak tourist and recreational zone encourages entrepreneurs to invest in Bostanlyk district and provides the following benefits.
To raise the level of tourism in the economy of Uzbekistan to a strategic level, sharply increase the scale of domestic tourism services, create the necessary conditions for familiarizing citizens with the country’s tourism potential, systematic work is underway to accelerate the development of modern service infrastructure, and also to provide employment and expand their sources of income.
Information appeared on social networks that one of the domes could be demolished as a result of reconstruction carried out in the Chorsu market. On the territory of the market, an off-site meeting of the Scientific and Expert Council of the Cultural Heritage Agency under the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage was held with the participation of media representatives based on published materials. In the process, studies were conducted with the participation of experts, archaeologists and the media. In addition, relevant experts provided relevant information to the public.