Iran has opened an art exhibition in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, to showcase miniatures and pictures of ancient Iran, Press TV of Iran reported.
Iran will play host to the final review session regarding the application of Nowruz (or Navruz) to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list in May, Iran’s Press TV reported.
The first Persian-Uzbek dictionary has been published in Tehran and will be unveiled next week, MNA reported.
Tourism potential of Uzbekistan was presented at the International Tourism Fair in Leuven, Brabanthal (Belgium), 13 January 2008, Uzbek Embassy in Brussels said on its website.
The Viet Nam-Uzbekistan Friendship Association convened its 3rd congress in Ha Noi on 6 January, discussing ways to strengthen the solidarity and friendship between the two nations, VNA reported.
On 18 December 2007, a founding conference of the China Central Asia Friendship Association (CCAFA) was held at the hall of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC). Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi sent a congratulation letter to the conference. Assistant Foreign Minister Li Hui gave a speech at the meeting upon invitation and read out Yang’s congratulation letter.
An exhibition of Central Asian artists, organized by the Center of Contemporary Art Soros-Almaty Social Fund will open on 21 December in Mumbai, India, Kazinform reports.
The exposition "History, culture and traditions of Uzbekistan" was presented in Kiev, capital of Ukraine, within the framework of the "Exhibition of decorative applied arts and national costumes".