On April 30, a cultural event entitled "Day of Uzbekistan in Korea" was held in conjunction with students of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Korean Development Institute (KDI) in Seoul, South Korea.
Premiere of documentary films “Komiljon Otaniyozov”, “Kinomusavvir” (Cinema artist) and “Sayyid Rizo Alizoda”, created by “Hujjatli filmlar” (Documentary films) state unitary enterprise by the order of Uzbekkino National Agency was held at the Cinema Palace named after Alisher Navoi in Tashkent.
An exhibition, which has been opened at International Caravanserai of Culture named after Ikuo Hirayama of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, is devoted to demonstration of handicrafts of Tohoku (Japan).
International scientific practical conference “Baysun – the cradle of tangible and intangible culture” was held at Termez State University within the framework of “Boysun bahori” (“Spring in Baysun”) open folklore festival, to be held on April 28-29 in Baysun district.
Uzbekistan is expanding its cultural ties with many countries of the world. Uzbekistan Culture Days, held in a number of foreign countries, are raising the interest of the international community to Uzbek culture and art, to the country, to ancient traditions and values.
Republican festival-competition “Ecology through the eyes of children” among members of clubs of “Barkamol avlod” children’s centers and students of secondary schools was held at Tashkent Central Eco Park named after Zakhiriddin Mukhammad Bobur.
Within the framework of the Festival of fine and applied arts in Uzbekistan, an exhibition dedicated to Aleksey Dmitriev’s creativity was held at the Museum of Eastern Miniature Art named after Kamoliddin Bekhzod.
Presentation of various concerts, premieres, musical programs to the audience, prepared in conjunction with creative teams of foreign countries at the State Academic Grand Theatre of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi has become a good tradition.