The Year of Dialogue with the People and of Human Interests Coming to an End
Today, Uzbekistan celebrates the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the national Constitution. In accordance with the established tradition, 2017 was dedicated to dialogue with the people. Was this communication successful? Diplomats working in Tashkent have been approached with this question.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Palestine Mohammad Abdullah Tarshahani:
- The tradition of entitling each year a name and working out corresponding government programs is an important factor in achieving high results in improving the quality of life of the population and the sustainable development of society.
Within the framework of the State Program “Year of Dialogue with the People and of Human Interests”, initiated by the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev during the festive event timed to the 24th anniversary of the Constitution, large-scale measures have been implemented. The work was aimed at the effectiveness of the ongoing democratization processes in the country, strengthening the responsibility of state bodies for implementing reforms, introducing new effective mechanisms and methods for establishing an open dialogue with the public.
Today the republic is one of the safest countries in the world for traveling. In this I was convinced during my trips undertaken in 2017 to Samarkand, Jizzakh, Bukhara, Khorezm, Andijan and Ferghana regions. Traditional hospitality is combined with a high level of service and individual approach. I hope to continue this kind of trips around the country next year.
I express my heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for good and prosperity on the occasion of the Constitution Day and I wish Uzbekistan and its friendly people prosperity, peace and further prosperity!
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Irfan Yusuf Shami:
- The innovative steps being taken in Uzbekistan on the way to the successful construction of an exemplary democratic state are oriented to the welfare of the people and the general prosperity of the country. Already well-known reforms are being vigorously introduced in various spheres, leading to noticeable changes in the lives of ordinary people.
Since taking office in July 2017, I managed to visit a number of regions, where I carefully watched the changes, communicated with representatives of all walks of life. The population unanimously warmly welcomes the positive reforms that must change the life for the better.
As a Muslim, I would like to devote the most sincere prayers of peace and prosperity to the people of Uzbekistan and wish a successful continuation of generous undertakings in the name of prosperity, prosperity, a clear sky above our heads.