On 30 December, the National Agency “Uzbekkino” hosted an Open Day for the public, media and bloggers. It included a series of events introducing guests to the history, activities and plans of the agency.
On 27 December 2019, at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Washington, the presentation of Abdulla Qodiriy’s first book, “Bygone Days” (“O’tkan kunlar”), first published in the US in English, was presented.
On 29 December, with the support of the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan, “Uzbekkino” and 10 national television channels for the first time in Uzbekistan organize a campaign to simultaneously broadcast the full version of the film “Bygone Days.” The screening of the film, based on the novel of the outstanding writer Abdulla Qodiriy, is dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the writer.
Parliamentary Commission for Support of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organizations and Other Civil Society Institutions under the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan named the project of the year.
The CIS Executive Committee will provide comprehensive support to Uzbekistan in the creation of documentary films on the achievements and successes of the CIS countries, important milestones in the history of the formation and development of the Commonwealth.
Today, a meeting of the Minister of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan Aktoti Raimkulova and the Director General of the National Agency “Uzbekkino” Firdavs Abdukhalikov took place at the Uzbekkino National Agency.
Sevara Nazarhan was invited to record songs with Peter Gabriel and Boris Grebenshchikov. Her records are produced by Hector Zaza and Victor Sologub. And BBC recognized Sevara as the best Asian singer in the World Music genre.
Cinema Palace named after Alisher Navoi is waiting for a massive reconstruction. This was announced by the Director General of Uzbekkino Firdavs Abdukhalikov during the premiere of the film "Kokand Wind".
World-famous Japanese architect Tadao Ando presented his proposals on the development concept of the State Museum of Arts of Uzbekistan, in Tokyo.