On 4 September 2019, the Ambassador of Uzbekistan to the Benelux countries Dilyor Khakimov met with the Founder and Director of the European Institute of Communications (EIC) Eugene Grey.
A number of Uzbekistan’s enterprises took part in the exhibition and conference “Development of E-Commerce”, organized by the Malaysia’s Cloud Union in one of the largest trade and exhibition centers of the capital of the country, Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre.
On 29 August, within the framework of the visit of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov to Shenzhen, the Memorandum on the allocation of a soft loan of China to the development of the telecommunications network of UMS was signed.
A single integrator for the creation and support of state information systems “UZINFOCOM” is launching the “Digital Economy” mobile application, which will allow farmers to remotely receive recommendations on caring for agricultural crops and soil.
The State Inspectorate for Control in the Field of Informatization and Telecommunications of the Republic of Uzbekistan has published a draft Cabinet of Ministers resolution “On Measures to Ensure Cybersecurity of the Critical Information Infrastructure of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.
On 12 August 2019, a delegation of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in the United States participated in the Global Smart Cities and Communities summit organized by Dentons Law Firm.
Yandex.News plans to collect and display media materials that are published in Uzbek. This will help local publications to attract a new audience, and users will be able to choose in which language to read the news.
A delegation of Uzbekistan got acquainted with the activities of China’s leading high-tech companies in the city of Shenzhen.
Yandex has released a virtual keyboard for smartphones in Uzbekistan. It has everything you need for communication: text input tips, gifs, emojis, stickers, voice input and translator. Correspondence can be in Uzbek, Russian, English and 12 more languages.
Digital technologies have enabled us to travel around the world more freely and boldly than ever before. Tourists can communicate, move, pay or find something more interesting with the click of a button ... of course, if there is an Internet connection. Therefore, it is not surprising that access to the Internet changes the traveler’s impression for better or for worse.