A World scientific society has been established to study the cultural legacy of Uzbekistan
The World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Legacy of Uzbekistan has been established
For two days, on May 15-16, Tashkent and Samarkand became a major dialogue platform for 370 participants from 40 countries, where scientists shared the latest achievements and discoveries in the field of archeology, numismatics, history, applied art, etc.
The International Congress "Cultural Legacy of Uzbekistan – the way to dialogue between peoples and countries" has completed its work.
The Congress adopted a resolution on the need to create a World Scientific Society for the study, preservation and popularization of the cultural legacy of Uzbekistan.
During the forum, the participants repeatedly noted the importance of preserving and popularizing cultural heritage and expressed special gratitude to the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev for attention and care to one of the most important aspects of modern life – the historical past and cultural heritage of the country.
Following the results of the congress, a resolution was adopted on the need to create a World Scientific Society for the Study, preservation and popularization of the Cultural Legacy of Uzbekistan, which was read by the acting head of the UNESCO Representative Office in Uzbekistan, Director of the UNESCO Cluster Office for Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan Krista Pikkat at Registan Square in ancient Samarkand.
The international congress "Cultural Legacy of Uzbekistan – the way to dialogue between peoples and countries" ended on Registan with a colorful light and music show 3D-mapping, which left unforgettable impressions in the hearts of participants from their stay in Uzbekistan.