On 13 February 2020, a literary and musical evening in memory of Alisher Navoi was held in the congress hall of Astrakhan State University (Russia).
On 15 February 2020, the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions entered into force for the Republic of Uzbekistan.
A delegation of the Research Center for the Restoration of Cultural Heritage Objects and Art Objects and the Fund for the Development of Culture and Art under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan is in the United States, the Dunyo reports.
Uzbekkino completed filming in the territory of Uzbekistan of the film “Ilkhak”, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of victory in World War II. At the same time, the agency’s leadership said that the film crew was sent to Belarus, where the shooting of military scenes for the film would take place.
On 11 February, the State Puppet Theater of Uzbekistan hosted the presentation of the book “Funny stories of Khoja Nasreddin” and the premiere of the play “Oh, this Nasreddin” using tiflocommentation.
On 10 February, the National Agency “Uzbekkino” hosted an opening of the monthly Uzbek national film screening “Youth and Cinema” at the Alisher Navoi cinema.
A new book on the cultural and natural heritage of our country, “Uzbekistan. The road to Samarkand”, Dunyo reported.
A creative evening was held at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Moscow, dedicated to the 579th anniversary of the birth of the great Uzbek poet, thinker, scientist and statesman Alisher Navoi, Dunyo reported.
“Uzbekkino”, the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Promotion of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan, with the support of the Italian Embassy in the Republic of Uzbekistan, implements a number of projects, including the publication of a facsimile and a film about Avicenna’s largest manuscript stored in library of Bologna.