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FUTURE OF UZBEKISTAN: A NEW COUNTRY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

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FUTURE OF UZBEKISTAN: A NEW COUNTRY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

Buyuk Kelajak (Great Future) expert council will be formed in Uzbekistan, which will be attended by experts, leading specialists in the field of law, finance, education, and medicine. The expert council will include natives from Uzbekistan who are universally recognized specialists, carrying out their activities in international companies outside of Uzbekistan.

The main objective of Buyuk Kelajak expert council is to create a model for development of Uzbekistan until 2035. The model will be formed on the best international experience, objective analysis of Uzbekistan markets, and most importantly on personal experience of the world’s leading experts, natives from the Republic of Uzbekistan.

It should be noted that Development Strategy of Uzbekistan for 2017-2021 includes five priority areas: foreign policy, modernization of public administration, judicial legal system, liberalization of the economy, social sector reforms.

Thus, the Development Strategy of Uzbekistan until 2035 will be based on principles and areas that are approved by the government of the country. Successful experience of reforms during the years of Independence, innovations that are taking place today in combination with expert developments of the future, will allow to build our own, unique development path.

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