On 15-17 October, the State Committee for Tourism Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with the Israeli Embassy organized a festival called “The Teahouse” in the cities of Ashdod, Ramla and Lod.
Within the framework of the multicultural festival held in the Israeli city of Ramla, the Bukhara House exhibition was held, at which samples of folk-applied art, a national costume and other exhibits related to Uzbek culture were presented, Dunyo reported.
In Ashgabat, within the framework of the International Exhibition and Scientific Conference “The Main Directions for the Development of Industrial Industries of Turkmenistan”, a fashion show of professional designers from a number of countries took place, Dunyo reported.
The Consulate General of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the city of Novosibirsk together with the Uzbek diaspora, the Public Organization of the Regional National Cultural Autonomy of the Uzbeks and the government of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, held Uzbek Culture Day in the city of Krasnoyarsk, Dunyo agency reported reported.
One of the largest Indian film companies, Panorama Studios, has begun filming the romantic action movie Khuda Haafiz in Uzbekistan. The film is directed by Faruk Kabir.
The 7th annual European Film Festival started in Uzbekistan on 11 October.
The European publication Diplomat Magazine published an article by the journalist Hester Dijkstra dedicated to the First International Festival of Folk Applied Arts, held in Qoqand in September this year, Dunyo news agency reported.
On 10 October, residence of the world-famous French actor Gerard Depardieu in the Paris hosted a meeting to discuss a project of shooting documentary about Uzbekistan tentatively titled “Silk Road”.
President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a resolution “On the approval of an international treaty”.