A delegation of the United States led by Envoy on religious freedoms of the State Department Suzan J. Cook held talks with leaders of largest religious communities of Uzbekistan at the Muslims Board of Uzbekistan, the press service of the Committee on religious affairs said.
Charity project “1,000 weddings and 1,000 sunnat-toys” has been held in Navoi and Kashkadarya regions of Uzbekistan on 25-27 March 2012. Some 123 weddings and 200 sunnat-toys (circumcision) from needy families and mercy houses were held in the regions.
The delegation of the Republic of Uzbekistan met with the delegation of the Peoples’ Republic of China headed by the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Cheng Guoping as part of the regular inter-ministerial consultations on 29 March 2012 in Beijing.
James N. Mattis, commander of the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM), visited the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 29 March 2012.
State Committee of Uzbekistan on Demonopolization and Development of Competition of Uzbekistan held a seminar “Improving responsibility and professionalism of judicial managers through improvement of their activities” on 27 March 2012.
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov met with Commander of the United States Central Command James Mattis at the Oqsaroy on 29 March.
A publication “Manual; Strategy and Procedures; Principles, recommendations and norms on purchase, preservation, temporary closing-down and information dissemination” will be presented within the UNESCO project on preserving collection of manuscripts of Oriental Institute named after Al Beruni.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan held a meeting with the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Mohammad Waheed-ul-Hasan on 28 March 2012.
The learning event is designed to deliver to participants the main aspects of prevention of family conflicts and disputes, and their peaceful settlement, including by means of mediation. Community leaders and women’s organizations are usually those who deal with this kind of conflicts, and it is, therefore, very important for them to have the necessary knowledge and skills to competently address these issues.