Uzbekistan (US · Listen/ʊzˈbɛkᵻˌstæn, -ˌstɑːn/, UK /ʊzˌbɛkᵻˈstɑːn, ʌz-,
-ˈstæn/), officially th...
Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government,
economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Information about Uzbek, a Turkic language spoken mainly in Uzbekistan by
about 16.5 million people.
Continuing coverage about the country includes news and analysis, commentary,
videos, interactives, timelines and backgrounders. UK.
Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Washington DC, providing consullar
services to residents of Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Washington
Uzbekistan's human rights record is atrocious. Thousands are imprisoned on
politically-motivated charges. Torture is endemic in the criminal justice system.
Uzbekistan has borders with Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and
Turkmenistan. It is doubly landlocked, but includes the southern shoreline of ...
The Republic of Uzbekistan declared September 1, 1991 the Day of
Independence. The new country appeared on world map and its priorities were to