On 27 August, Audrey Azule, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) visited Bukhara.
The high-ranking guest at the international airport of Bukhara was met by Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Aziz Abdukhakimov and the governor of Bukhara region Uktam Barnoev. It is noteworthy that 9 of the 962 sites in 157 countries included in the UNESCO World Heritage List are located in Uzbekistan: Ichan-Kala in Khiva, historical centers in Samarkand, Bukhara and Shakhrisabz, including the Western Tien Shan.
Everyone knows that the traditions, culture and lifestyle of the local population are powerful tourism potential, and it is important not to lose this.
Starting from 1 November, the State Committee for Tourism Development will begin to compile a list of gatherings of citizens (towns, villages, villages, as well as mahallas of cities, towns, villages and villages) that have the greatest tourist potential.
Uzbekistan ranked 5th in the Solo Travel Safety Report 2019, produced by travel website Wegoplaces.me, which offers independent adventurers a guide to where to go and how to stay safe around the world.
Singapore scored highest with a score of 97, followed by Norway, Iceland, Finlan and Uzbekistan.