President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov has sent a congratulatory note July 26 to Federal President of Swiss Confederation Micheline Calmy-Rey on the Swiss National Day.
“Uzbekistan highly appreciates the constructive and mutually advantageous relations built between our two nations, an interaction with a tremendous potential for further advancement and intensification in all spheres in the interests of both peoples,” Uzbekistan’s head of state notes in his letter.
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov has greeted the people of the country on the New Year, conveying sincere respect and kindest wishes.
Seeing off the year 2010, we inadvertently revisit its certain pages, including moments of joy as well as intricacy, we realize the values of our life and are thankful for everything granted to us, the head of state pointed out.
“In our swiftly changing times, when instability, disagreements and conflicts persist in the world and in our region, every person living on this land thoroughly realizes how invaluable peace and calmness in our homes are, and how important it is to secure and maintain the peace and mutual respect among the people, international and inter-religious harmony reigning in our country,” the President stressed.
A celebratory gathering occasioned to the nineteenth anniversary of the nation’s independence took place at Alisher Navoi National Park of Uzbekistan, where the head of state delivered his congratulatory speech. Following is the text of the address...
I would like to congratulate you on the appointment as Interim President of Kyrgyz Republic as a result of a referendum June 27, and sincerely wish peace and harmony, stability and prosperity to the friendly people of Kyrgyzstan.
Navruz marks the onset of spring and has been an ancient feast that symbolizes compassion and forgiveness, generosity and prosperity.
Public festivities occasioned to Narvuz holiday were centered at Alisher Navoi National Park of Uzbekistan on Tuesday. President Islam Karimov participated at the event.
Members of government, people’s representatives and senators, arts folk, prominent figures in science, sports, culture and business, diplomatic corps and international organizations were invited to celebrations.
President Karimov delivered a greeting speech where sincerely congratulated the people of Uzbekistan on the holiday.