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Embassy of Uzbekistan Hosts Nowruz Celebration and Cultural Exchange at National Museum of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, March 21, 2024, The Europe Today: In a celebration imbued with cultural significance and scholarly exchange, the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Kyrgyzstan hosted a vibrant event dedicated to the Nowruz holiday at the esteemed National Museum of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan. The occasion was marked by a ceremonial handover of 50 volumes of books-albums titled “Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan in the World Collections” to enrich the museum’s repository of knowledge and artistic legacy.

His Excellency Ambassador Khurshid Mirzokhidov, representing the diplomatic mission and the World Society for the Study, Preservation, and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan, extended warm felicitations to all attendees, encompassing participants and distinguished guests.

Deputy Minister of Culture, Information, Sports, and Youth Policy, Marat Tagayev, in his address, expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Uzbekistan side for their active engagement in cultural and humanitarian collaboration, highlighting it as a pivotal facet of the strategic rapport between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. He underscored Uzbekistan’s profound historical legacy, portraying it as the rightful inheritor of illustrious civilizations that have indelibly shaped the course of global history.

Begijon Akhmedov, the Executive Director of the Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Friendship Society, renowned for his contributions as a writer and historian, conveyed profound appreciation to the World Society for the Study, Preservation, and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan for their generous donation of the enlightening volumes. Acknowledging the significance of such cultural exchanges in fostering mutual understanding and appreciation, Akhmedov emphasized the enduring bonds of friendship between the peoples of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.

The event not only commemorated the cherished traditions of Nowruz but also served as a poignant reminder of the shared cultural heritage and deep-rooted friendship between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Through scholarly initiatives and cultural exchanges of this nature, both nations reaffirm their commitment to preserving and promoting their rich legacies for future generations.

The Embassy of Uzbekistan looks forward to further collaborations and endeavors aimed at nurturing cultural understanding and strengthening the enduring ties between the two nations.