The International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and Seedstars are launching the third edition of The Migration Challenge with an open call to tech startups focused on improving regular migration, including but not limited to linking business needs with government processes.
Today, on 30 April, in cooperation with the National Agency for the Information Society of the Republic of Korea, an opening ceremony of the Information Exchange Center was held at the Ferghana branch of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi.
The five startup finalists of the Seedstars World Competition 2020/21 have finally been announced. For CEE, IMAN from Uzbekistan will be advancing to the final round along with startups from four other regions: Fulfillment Bridge (Tunisia), Pegasi (Venezuela), Finology (Malaysia), and Ladda (Nigeria).
Digitalization remains an important area of EU interaction with Central Asian countries. Director of the Hungarian Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade Dr. Marton Ugrosdi said this during the international video conference "New EU strategy for connecting Europe with Asia - prospects for Central Asia."
A resolution of the President of Uzbekistan "On approval of an international treaty" was adopted on 29 April 2021.
In April 2021, Kundalik, together with its partner Mind Factory, launched a project to create a multi-service online platform for additional study of subjects as part of the school curriculum.
Uzbektelecom carries out comprehensive work on the development of modern information technologies and communications, the creation of an integrated system of e-government services, the introduction of new mechanisms of state interaction with the population.
On 21 April 2021, at the Nukus Youth Center, the UN Development Program held a meeting with students of the Nukus State Pedagogical Institute named after Azhiniyaz, the Nukus branch of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies, representatives of the Agency for Youth Affairs and the Karakalpakstan Innovation Hub (Karakalpakstan's innovative Hub).
The British portal Cable.co.uk published data on prices for Internet services in the world. According to them, Uzbekistan ranked 21st in the world among 230 states. During the year, our country has improved its position by 33 positions. According to the information provided, the average price of mobile Internet for 1 GB is US$0.6.