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India-Uzbekistan Relations

India-Uzbekistan Relations

India and Uzbekistan have relations go back in history to at least 2000 years. India was one of the first countries to recognize the state sovereignty of Uzbekistan after the latter’s independence. The protocol on establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Uzbekistan was signed in Tashkent on 18 March 1992. In recent years, there has been significant intensification in bilateral ties, mainly due to the visits of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in July 2015 and June 2016 to Tashkent; the reforms ushered in Uzbekistan by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev; and President Mirziyoyev’s visit to India in October 2018 and in January 2019. A Virtual Summit between PM and President Mirziyoyev was held in December 2020. A virtual India-Central Asia Summit was held on January 2022. PM attended a meeting of Head of States of SCO in Samarkand in September 2022. President Mirziyoyev attended virtual meeting of Heads of Stateof SCO in July 2023. Bilateral relations now encompass a wider canvas, including of political and strategic issues, defence and security, trade and investment, energy, agriculture, S&T, education and people-to-people ties.

High Level visits/meetings

2.         Visits of PM: PM Shri Narendra Modi visited Uzbekistan on July 6-7, 2015, during which he held bilateral talks with the then President Islam Karimov on advancing the bilateral strategic partnership.   PM also visited Uzbekistan in June 2016 as part of the meeting of the Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

3.         Visits of President of Uzbekistan: President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited India from 30 September-1 October 2018. During the visit, 17 Agreements/MoUs were signed, including in areas of S&T cooperation, agriculture, tourism, military education, justice, health and medical science, pharmaceuticals, space, and other areas. President Mirziyoyev participated in the Vibrant Gujarat Summit as Guest of Honour in January 2019.

5.         PM- President Virtual Summit: A Virtual Summit between PM and President Shavkat Mirziyoyev was held on 11 December 2020. Both sides discussed bilateral issues including in the fields of politics, development cooperation, security, space, education, development projects and regional issues including Afghanistan.

6.         India-Central Asia Summit:  At the initiative of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the Presidents of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan attended the first India-Central Asia Summit on 27 January 2022 in virtual format. The Leaders welcomed the signing of MoUs for implementation of High Impact Community Development Projects (HICDPs) for socio-economic development in Central Asian countries, based on grant assistance by India. The Leaders paid special attention to the need to establish cooperation between specialized national institutions, including in the fields of finance, renewable energy, information, digital and other advanced technologies. The Leaders of Central Asian countries expressed their gratitude to the Prime Minister of India for the successful organization of the first India-Central Asia Summit. The Leaders agreed to hold the next meeting of the India-Central Asia Summit in 2024.

7.         22nd Meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO): Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi visited Uzbekistan, at the invitation of the President Mirziyoyev, to attend the 22nd Meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) on 15-16 September 2022.  On 16 September, Prime Minister participated in the SCO Summit and held bilateral meeting with President Mirziyoyev. The two leaders touched upon priority areas of bilateral cooperation, particularly trade, economic cooperation and connectivity.

8.         Visits of EAM/MOS/ Uzbek FM: In January 2019, EAM Smt. Sushama Swaraj visited Uzbekistan for the first India-Central Asia Dialogue at the level of Foreign Minisers held in Samarkand. Uzbek FM Abdulaziz Kamilov presented a key-note address at the Raisina Dialogue in January 2020 in New Delhi. He met EAM and PM during the visit. FM Mr. Kamilov met EAM again in Moscow in September 2020 on the sidelines of the SCO FM meeting, in New Delhi on 25 February 2021 and in Dushanbe on the sidelines of the ‘Heart of Asia- Istanbul Process’ Conference on 30 March 2021. EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar and FM Mr. Kamilov met in Dushanbe on the sidelines of the SCO FM meeting on 14 July 2021. EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar participated in the ‘Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity’ international conference organised by the Uzbek Side in Tashkent on 15-16 July 2021. He also called on President Shavkat Mirziyoyev during the visit. EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar and FM Mr. Kamilov discussed bilateral and regional issues of mutual interest including situation in Afghanistan during SCO Summit in Dushanbe on 15-16 September 2021. MOS Smt. Meenakashi Lekhi visited Uzbekistan from 23-26 September 2021. She met FM Kamilov, Minister of Culture OzodbekNazarbekovand spoke at Tashkent State University of Law, Bukhara State University and interacted with Indologists from Uzbekistan, the Indian diaspora in Tashkent and the Indian students at Samarkand State Medical Institute. Cultural Exchange Programme for 2021-25 was also signed during her visit. Mr. Laziz Kudratov, First Deputy Minister, Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan visited India on 21 to 23 December 2021 and met with representatives of Indian ministries, departments and companies. Minister of State for Culture and Parliamentary Affairs Shri Arjun Ram Meghawal visited Uzbekistan from 19 to 22 May 2022. During his visit, MoS attended the 19th Meeting of Ministers of Culture of the Member States of the SCO.

9.         30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations of India & Uzbekistan:  Hon’ble President Shri Ram Nath Kovind sent a congratulatory message to President Mirziyoyev on the occasion.Miniser of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan Mr. Abdulaziz Kamilov and EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar also exchanged congratulatory messages on the occasion.

10. An Uzbek delegation headed by the Deputy FM of Uzbekistan Mr. FurkatSidikov met with MoS for External Affairs and Culture, Smt. Meenakashi Lekhi, as part of a visit to India on 14 July 2022.

11. EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar visited Uzbekistan to attend the SCO Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Tashkent on 28-30 July 2022. EAM also called on President of Uzbekistan Mr. Shavkat Mirziyoyev along with other Foreign Ministers on 29 July.

12. Minister of State for Home Shri Nityanand Rai visited Uzbekistan to attend Meeting of Ministers of Internal Affairs and Public Security of the SCO Member States in Tashkent on 17-19 August 2022.

13. Deputy NSA Shri Vikram Misri visited Uzbekistan to participate in SCO NSAs meeting in Tashkent on 18-19 August 2022.

14.  Mr. AdhkamIkramov, Minister of Sports and Youth Policy of Uzbekistan visited India between 27-30 January 2023. During his visit Mr. Ikramov met with Shri Anurag Thakur, Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India on 28th January. They discussed various issues of mutual interest and India’s various initiatives in sports for youth including the Fit India movement.

15. Foreign Minister Bakhtiyor Saidov visited Goa on 4-5 May 2023 for the SCO Foreign Ministers Meeting where he also met EAM Dr. Jaishankar on the sidelines.

16. Dr. L. Murugan, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting visited Tashkent between 29 September to 02 October 2023 to participate in the Tashkent International Film Festival (TIFF). He met with Mr. OzodbekNazarbekov, Cultural Minister of Uzbekistan, Dr. B. Mumcu, Turkish Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism and Mr. Firdavs Abdukhalikov, Director of Uzbek Films on the margins of the TIFF.

Regional Exchanges

17. State/Region Agreements: Agreements on establishment of cooperation between the Andijan region and the State of Gujarat and between the cities of Samarkand and Agra were signed during the visit of Uzbek President in October 2018. A similar understanding between Haryana and Fergana was also inked in.

18. Visit of CM Gujarat: Chief Minister of Gujarat Shri Vijay Rupani led a 47-member delegation from Gujarat to Uzbekistan from 20-23 October 2019.  The delegation attended the International Investment Forum “Open Andijan” in Andijan and visited Samarkand, Bukhara and Tashkent.  Apart from meetings with the Governors of these regions and B2B Forums between Indian and Uzbek businessmen, the CM also met with President Mirziyoyev and DPM Ganiev. Chairman of Uzbek Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mr. A. Ikramov and Minister of Innovation Development IbrokhimAbdurakhmonov visited India from 28-30 November 2019 as a follow-up of the visit of Gujarat CM. Altogether, 45 agreements have been signed and 59 projects worth USD 992 million in different areas, including agriculture and agro-processing, chemicals and petrochemicals, textiles, pharma and healthcare, IT and innovation, energy, mining, and jewellery are being pursued. Both sides have also agreed to monitor and implement these projects through nodal points of contacts and regular follow up visits.

Parliamentary Exchanges

19. The last visit by Speaker of Oliy Majlis (Lower House of Uzbek Parliament) took place in November 2005.  Vice-President Shri Hamid Ansari led a parliamentary delegation to Uzbekistan in May 2013. An invitation to Lok Sabha Speaker from his Uzbek counterpart has been accepted.

Bilateral and multilateral Mechanisms

20. National Coordination Committees: India and Uzbekistan had set up National Coordination Committees to oversee the implementation of mutually agreed projects and initiatives. The Committee was led by Minister of State for External Affairs Shri V. Muraleedharan on the Indian side and comprises senior MEA officials and a representative from Government of Gujarat. On the Uzbek side, it wasled by Sardor Umurzakov, Deputy Prime Minister for Investments and Foreign Economic Affairs- Minster of Investments and Foreign Trade (MIFT) and includes First Deputy Foreign Minister, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI), and senior officials from MIFT and Andijan. The first meeting of the Committee took place on 24 August 2020. Both sides reviewed projects through grant assistance, LOC and private investment proposals along with other aspects of bilateral cooperation in trade, investment and education fields.

21. Inter-Governmental Commission (IGC):   The 13th meeting of the bilateral Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technological Cooperation was held in New Delhi on 28 July 2022. The meeting was chaired by Minister of Railways, Trade and Industry of India Shri Piyush Goyal and Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan Mr. Jamshid Khodjaev. The 12th session of the IGC on Trade, Economic, Scientific & Technological Cooperation was held on 04 December 2020 through video meeting.

22. Foreign Office Consultation (FOC): The 16th round of India-Uzbekistan Foreign Office Consultations (FoC) was held on 7 August 2023 in Tashkent. The consultations were co-chaired by Shri Sanjay Verma, Secretary (West) and Mr. Bakhromjon Aloyev, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan. The 15th round of Foreign Office Consultations was hosted by the Indian side in May 2022. The 14th round was held in New Delhi in November 2020.

23. JWG on CT: The last (8th) meeting of the Joint Working Group on Counter Terrorism was held in New Delhi in July 2019.  Several areas for training and capacity building in the field of law enforcement and counter terrorism operations were identified by the two sides for cooperation.

24. India-Central Asia Business Council: Second meeting of the India-Central Asia Business Council hosted by FICCI was held on 28 October 2020 through VC with participation of Chairman of Uzbek Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mr. A. Ikramov. The dialogue brought together Business Councils of all the five Central Asian countries to take the trade and investment partnership forward with special focus on energy, pharmaceuticals, automotive, agro-processing, education, urban infrastructure and transport, civil aviation, IT and tourism. The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan organised India- Uzbekistan Business Forum on 21 October 2020 and 22 November 2021.

25. India- Central Asia Dialogue: Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan, Mr. Kamilov participated in the 2nd India-Central Asia Dialogue held at the level of Foreign Ministers on 28 October 2020 which was hosted by India in the virtual mode.  FM Kamilov took part in the third India-Central Asia Dialogue in New Delhi on 19 December 2021. The meeting participants discussed issues of further strengthening ties between India and the countries of Central Asia in the spheres of politics, economics, digitalization and cultural and humanitarian direction. An exchange of views took place on the current dynamics of regional cooperation, measures to jointly counter threats and challenges to ensuring stability. Particular attention was paid to the situation in Afghanistan. A Joint Statement was adopted. On the sidelines of the India-Central Asia Dialogue, FM Kamilov also met with PM and EAM Dr. S. Jaishankar.

26. Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce & Industry also participated in the 2nd India-Central Asia Business Council (ICABC) meeting which was hosted by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) in virtual mode held on the same day.  The report of the ICABC meeting was presented by FICCI later in the day to all the Foreign Ministers participating in the India-Central Asia Dialogue.

Defence Cooperation

27. Defence cooperation has acquired a new level of intensity following the visit of the then Defence Minister of Uzbekistan Maj. Gen. Abdusalam Azizov from 4-7 September 2018 and the visit of Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh to Uzbekistan on 1-3 November 2019. An MoU on Military Medicine was signed.  As a follow up of, two institutional level MoUs were also signed for cooperation in training and capacity building.  RM inaugurated the first-ever joint military exercise “Dustlik” between India and Uzbekistan from 4-14 November 2019 which focused on counter terrorism.

28. The second edition of “Dustlik” was held inRaniket, Uttarakhand from 10-19 March 2021. 45 soldiers each from the Uzbek and Indian armies participated in the exercise.   ‘Dustlik-III’ was held in March 2022 in Urgench, Uzbekistan and focussed on counter-terrorism operations in semi-urban terrain. Dustlik-IV was held in Pithoragarh in India in  February-March 2023.  India has also assisted in setting up an India Room at the Armed Forces Academy of Uzbekistan in Tashkent.

29. Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh visited Uzbekistan on 23-25 August to attend SCO Defence Ministers meeting. During the visit, Shri Rajnath Singh held bilateral meetings with his Uzbek counterpart Lieutenant General Bakhodir Kurbanov.

Security Cooperation

30.       India and Uzbekistan share common perspectives on a number of security issues, including on terrorism, trans-national organized crime, illegal trafficking and smuggling, etc. The main focus of engagement in this sphere has been to provide assistance to Uzbek security agencies through training and capacity building.

31. As part of the growing cooperation in the security sphere, Minister of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan PulatBobojonov visited India from 20-22 November 2019.  During the visit, he held consultations with Home Minister Shri Amit Shah. The two Ministers signed an Agreement on Security Cooperation.

Bilateral Trade and Investments

32. Bilateral trade at about USD 690 million (as per Uzbek statistics) is well below potential.  The major items of India’s exports are pharmaceutical products, mechanical equipment, vehicle parts, services, frozen buffalo meat, optical instruments and equipment and mobile phones.  India’s import from Uzbekistan consist largely of fruit and vegetable products, services, fertilizers, juice products and extracts, and lubricants.

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33. India and Uzbekistan have signed a Joint Statement in September 2019 to set up a joint feasibility study for entering into negotiations for a Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA).

34. Notable Indian investments by Indian companies include those in the field of pharmaceuticals, amusement parks, automobile components, and hospitality industry. Indian majors like GMR have expressed interest in investment in airports, development of air corridor, Navoi cargo complex in Uzbekistan; KDAH (Ambani Hospital) from Mumbai has expressed interest in setting up a specialty hospital. During the visit of CM Gujarat, a ground breaking ceremony for setting up a pharmaceutical plant with an investment of USD 50 million by M/s Cadila was held. Investments in various fields, including pharma and healthcare, textiles and auto components, agriculture and food processing, and mining and jewellery sector are in various stages of discussion. In October 2019, Amity University and Sharda University have opened campuses in Tashkent and Andijan respectively.

35. Bilateral Investment Treaty is fully negotiated between both countries and is ready for signature.

Cooperation during the Covid-19 pandemic

36. India gifted HCQ and Paracetamol tablets sought by Uzbekistan, along with lifting ban on export of essential medicines to fight Covid-19. India also conducted e-ITEC programmes for capacity building of Medical professionals from Uzbekistan.660,000 doses of Covishield vaccine were delivered from Serum Institute of India to Uzbekistan under the COVAX initiative on 17 March 2021.

In India’s fight against the second wave of COVID-19, Uzbekistan provided 100 Oxygen concentrators and 2000 injections of Remdesivir carried by Uzbekistan Airways flight on 1 May 2021 to deliver at New Delhi.

JWGs and Sectoral Cooperation

38. Textiles: The 3rd meeting of the JWG on Textiles was held in Tashkent alongside the 11th IGC in August 2018.

39. IT: The 2nd meeting of the JWG on IT was held in Tashkent alongside the 11th IGC in August 2018. An expert from Software Technology Park of India had been deputed to assist with establishment and further expansion of an IT Park in Tashkent. He finished his assignment in March 2023.  The first phase of IT Park was inaugurated in July 2019.

40. Pharmaceutical and Healthcare: This is a high priority for the Uzbek side. The 1st meeting of the JWG on Pharmaceutical and Healthcare was held in Tashkent alongside the 11th IGC in August 2018. Investment by Indian companies in pharma as well as medical care sectors has been a major focus for the Uzbek side.

41. Tourism: The 1st meeting of the JWG on Tourism (set up under an MoU signed in October 2018) was held in Tashkent alongside the 11th IGC in August 2018. On 1 April 2017, an e-Visa scheme was introduced for Uzbek nationals. The Uzbek government has also extended e-Visa facility to Indian tourists.  Uzbekistan has also emerged as a significant source of medical tourism with about 8,000 Uzbeks annually seeking medical treatment in India.  India too has emerged as a growing source of tourists for Uzbekistan with about 12000 tourists having visited in 2022. 

42. Agriculture: The 1st meeting of the JWG on Agriculture (set up under an MoU signed in October 2018) was held on 5 September 2019 through DVC. During the visit of CM Gujarat, an agreement for cooperation in agro-processing sector, including the entire value chain comprising organic cultivation, cold storage, warehousing and processing was reached.

43. India has granted market access for lemon and melon from Uzbekistan. Pest Risk Analysis (PRA) for Uzbek plum and sweet cherries have been completed. Uzbekistan has granted market access for banana and mango from India. PRA for Soyabean oil cake has been completed and additional information has been sought. Request for PRA from India include wheat, wheat flour, potato, pomegranate and pomegranate seeds.

44. e-Governance and ICT: The creation of a Joint Committee on e-Governance and ICT has been envisaged under the MoU signed on 28 September 2018.

45. S&T: A Joint Committee on S&T was formed in February 2019 as envisaged under an MoU signed in October 2018. In pursuance to the agreement, a Programme of Cooperation in S&T for the period of 2019-22 was signed in October 2019, facilitating joint research, visits of scientists and specialists and fellowships and internships for Uzbeks in premiere Indian scientific institutions.  23 jointly funded research projects between Indian and Uzbek scientists are underway.

46. Space Cooperation: The 1st meeting of the JWG on Space Cooperation (set up based on an Agreement signed in October 2018) was held in April 2019 through DVC.

47. MSME: The 3rd meeting of the JCM on MSME took place in Tashkent on 3 October 2011.

48. Civil Aviation: In pre-Covid times there were 6 weekly flights between Tashkent and Delhi in addition to 3 to Amritsar and 3 to Mumbai operated by Uzbek Airways.  Uzbek Airways now runs five flights in a week on Tashkent-Delhi sector while IndigGo runs four.

49. Solar Power: Uzbekistan has expressed interest in joining the International Solar Alliance.

Joint Business Council

51. The first meeting of the India-Uzbekistan Joint Business Council was held in Ahmedabad on 17 January 2019.  The second meeting was held in October 2020 through virtual mode. It is led on the Indian side by CII and on the Uzbek side by CCIU.

Development Assistance and Line of Credit (LOC)

52. In response to a request for LOC of USD 1 billion by the Uzbek Government, a Line of Credit Agreement for USD 200 million for construction of affordable housing and social infrastructure projects was signed between the State Investment Committee of Uzbekistan and the EXIM Bank in January 2019.  India has also conveyed an offer for additional USD 800 million as Line of Credit/Buyers Credit to Uzbekistan.  The Uzbek side had identified 4 projects under LOC so far and have signed an agreement to this effect.

53. A Joint Centre for Information Technology was set up in 2006 and upgraded in 2014 with Indian assistance. An India-Uzbekistan Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC) was inaugurated on 24 December 2018 in Tashkent.  An Indian expert was deputed at EDC for training and capacity building of Uzbek entrepreneurs who finished his assignment in November 2022.

54. India has offered grant assistance for implementation of High Impact Community Development Projects to Uzbekistan. Two MOUs were signed in Tashkent on 11 December 2021 at the cost of about USD 2.5 Million under India’s grant assistance.

Education and Culture

55. Uzbekistan has been sending candidates under the ITEC programme since 1993. More than 2500 Uzbek professionals have undergone training under ITEC in premiere institutes in India so far. 100 slots were allocated in 2023-24  in regular and specialized courses.

56. As per the MoU between Gujarat Forensic Sciences University in Gandhinagar and Ministry of Innovation Development of Uzbekistan, various post-graduate courses are now open for admission to Uzbek students along with training of Uzbek officials in different forensic sciences. Uzbek students also avail of ICCR and Kendriya Hindi Sansthan scholarships. There are also scholarships under AYUSH and short-term scholarships for music and dance, in addition to two annual scholarships for one-year course in Hindi by KHS Agra. Regularly, Hindi and Urdu teachers are getting support of the Lal Bahadur Shastri Centre for Indian Culture (LBSCIC) for attending refresher courses/participating in International Conferences/Vishwa Hindi Diwas. Indian faculty and scholars visit Uzbek institutions as guest lecturers and for research and conferences. The Samarkand State University has set up an Indian Study Centre, which is headed at present by a senior professor from India. Bukhara State University.  Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies have also opened an India Room with IT instruments installed in it. The rooms are equipped with books, musical instruments, dresses, artifacts with assistance of GOI, depicting various facets of Indian culture. Both these universities have also Indian professors occupying India Studies Chairs funded by ICCR.

57. There is close affinity between the cultures of the two countries. Indian films, actors and songs are extremely popular across the country. There is interest in reviving the tradition of co-production and organization of and participation in film festivals.  There is a growing trend among Indian film producing houses to use Uzbekistan as a location to shoot their films.

58. There are regular visits of cultural troupes from both sides. LBSCIC teaches Hindi, yoga, Kathak and Tabla and holds cultural performances across Uzbekistan. Hindi is taught in several schools and universities in Tashkent. Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav was celebrated by the Embassy and the Indian Cultural Centre in Uzbekistan by presenting more than 100 events. 

59. The Surajkund Crafts Mela entered into an MoU in September 2019 with Kokand International Handicrafts Exhibition for mutual participation and cooperation in each other’s events.  Uzbek handicrafts have regularly been presented in the Surajkund Mela every year.

60. In October 2020, the Lal Bahadur Shastri Centre for Indian Culture (LBSCIC) run by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) completed its 25 years of establishment in Uzbekistan.  The celebrations on the occasion were kicked off by holding a cultural programme at the LBSCIC attended by Ms. Kamola Akilova, Deputy Minister of Culture of Uzbekistan.  On this occasion, a live congratulatory message through video conference was delivered by Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, President of ICCR in which he recalled the great contribution made by the LBSCIC in strengthening India-Uzbekistan cultural relations and imparting quality training in the fields of Indian classical dances, Yoga, Tabla and the teaching of Hindi in Uzbekistan.  He later visited Uzbekistan in February-March 2021.  Director General, ICCR Shri Kumar Tuhin visited Uzbekistan in May 2023.


61. There are about 11000 Indian nationals living in Uzbekistan, in Tashkent, Qarshi, Andijon, Ferghana, Urgench and Bukhara regions. The community hails from different parts of India and enjoys a positive image. They are involved mostly in pharmaceutical and hospitality businesses; some are university and school teachers; and many serve as doctors in local hospitals and many work in the oil and gas sector.  After Ukraine crisis, Uzbekistan has become a major hub for Indian medical students.  Presently about 4000 students are studying medicine in different medical universities of Uzbekistan. In 2023, for the first time a diaspora Indian living in Uzbekistan became the recipient of the prestigious Pravasi Bhartiya Samman Award.  This award was conferred upon Mr. Ashok Kumar Tiwari, Chairman of the India Club Tashkent and a businessman.  There are about 6000 Indian workers working in various oil and gas project sites in Uzbekistan. 



1 March 2024

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