Akmal Saidov meets with the Ambassador of Japan
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Director of the National Center for Human Rights of the Republic of Uzbekistan Akmal Saidov met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Uzbekistan Yoshinori Fujiyamu.
The parties focused on the fact that the meeting took place in preparation for the visit of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Japan, and noted the desire of the two countries for the consistent development of cooperation in all areas.
To date, joint efforts to attract investment by Japanese companies in the economy of Uzbekistan, to strengthen inter-parliamentary relations, as well as projects in the socio-economic, cultural, humanitarian and tourism spheres, have yielded positive results. Both states pay special attention to the further develo pment of cooperation.
As you know, 8 December will mark the 27th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan. In this regard, the center together with the Tashkent State Law University plans to organize the Uzbek-Japanese legal forum on constitutional studies. Mr. Y. Fujiyamu expressed his interest in the upcoming event.
The ambassador’s attention was also attracted by the center’s initiative on the draft publication of the Japanese Constitution in Japanese and Uzbek. At the moment, it has been translated into Uzbek, an explanatory dictionary and a final article are attached to it.
The parties also exchanged views on the issue of publishing an illustrated book dedicated to the memory of the eminent Japanese scientist and public figure, holder of the Dustlik order Kato Kyuzo.
In the continuation of the meeting, the tasks of exchanging experience in mutually beneficial promising areas, in particular in the field of ensuring human rights, education, culture, and expanding cooperation, were discussed.