All posts filed under: Central Asia

The Developments between Armenia and Azerbaijan

Last week, Moscow accused Azerbaijan over violating the cease fire agreement which was signed in November 2020. Recently, Azerbaijan had seized the village of Parukh in Artsakh, while two Armenian soldiers have been killed in ongoing attacks using combat drones. The Russian defence ministry also accused Azerbaijani troops of using Turkish-made drones to strike Karabakh troops, while the foreign ministry […]

Erdogan’s Visit to Our Country Aims to Strengthen America’s Influence

On March 29-30, Turkish President Erdogan arrived in Uzbekistan for an official visit, during which he met with President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. According to the news, during the meeting, 9 documents aimed at further expanding the multifaceted Uzbek-Turkish cooperation at the level of governments, ministries and departments of the two countries were signed. An agreement was […]

Even Dreaming About the Rule of Islam Frightens the Tyrants!

On 25/1/2022, Radio Liberty broadcasted in its program: “Religion and Society” the question: “Has the number of those who dream of an Islamic state increased in Uzbekistan?” During the interview, the radio channel sought the official position of the Adviser to the President of Uzbekistan on dealing with public and religious organizations, Shazim Minovarov, regarding […]

Kyrgyzstan Escalates its Fight against Islam under the Pretext of “Extremism”

In 2021, a new constitution was adopted in Kyrgyzstan. Since then, efforts have been made to align laws with the new constitution. Within the framework of this work, the Ministry of Interior issued a law “on combating extremist activities,” and presented the draft law for public discussion from 29/12/2021 to 28/1/2022.

Q&A: Political Repercussions in Kazakhstan

Question: Russia intervened in the name of the Collective Security Treaty Organization in Kazakhstan after its president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, requested its help in quelling the protests that erupted in his country, after the price of liquefied gas doubled, and then suddenly swelled… Russia accused external forces, especially America, of interfering in the country’s affairs and […]

Q&A: The Reality of the Ukrainian Crisis, its Dimensions and Motives

Question: On 20/12/2021, Al-Jazeera published on its website: “The Ukrainian army and pro-Moscow separatists exchanged fire, resulting in deaths on both sides… These developments come one day after the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Alexey Danilov announced that his country, for the first time in the country’s history, prepared a […]

Greedy Corporations Created by Capitalism Like the Rothschilds only Bring Poverty to Our Country

On September 30, Shavkat Mirziyoyev received the Rothschild delegation. He stated at the meeting that “The opportunities for enhancing mutually beneficial cooperation, privatization of state-owned enterprises, reforming the banking sector, attracting highly qualified consulting services on developing winemaking as well as implementing humanitarian exchange programs were emphasized. An agreement was reached to form a joint […]

Q&A: Erdogan and Putin’s Summit in Sochi, Russia

Question: On Wednesday, 29/9/2021, a summit was held between Erdogan and Putin in Sochi, Russia. The Turkish president was at the head of a delegation that included the head of the intelligence service, Hakan Fidan, and the head of the presidential communications department, Fahrettin Altun, and the presidential spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, without any of his […]

The Scourge of Privatization Brought about by Western Capitalism is also Invading Uzbekistan

In accordance with Cabinet Resolution No. 594 of 22/09/2021, the Tashkent City Administration and the Asian Development Bank signed an agreement on the provision of advisory services for the project: Modernization of the Heat Supply System for the City of Tashkent and its submission to the administration under the terms of a public-private partnership. The […]

Russia is Trying to Maintain its Influence in Central Asia

On 31/07/2021, KUN.UZ website published the news: Soldiers of the Central Military District of the Russian Armed Forces arrived in Uzbekistan to participate in the Uzbek-Russian joint exercises at the Termez training ground in Surkhan Darya. This was announced by the Uzbek Ministry of Defense, and these exercises will be held from July 30 to […]

Isn’t it Time for Us to Warn Against Accelerating Colonial Steps in Our Country?

In recent days, numerous reports appeared in various media about the visit of representatives of the United States and Russia at various levels. For example, US Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad departed on a trip abroad on 9/7/2021 and will visit Qatar, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan and will participate in a high-level conference titled “Central […]

Why does the Uzbek Authorities Underestimate the Number of Muslims who Participated in the Eid al-Fitr Prayer?!

On May 13, news agency nuz.uz reported: “Today, 2.5 million people have performed festive prayer in 2021 mosques throughout Uzbekistan. These figures were reported by the Committee for Religious Affairs. On the day of Ramadan Khayit, 497 thousand believers performed a festive prayer in 106 mosques in Tashkent. In particular, more than 18 thousand Muslims […]

A Call to the Uzbek Government’s Officials Isn’t it Time to Draw a Proper Conclusion?!

An interview with Abdurrahman Tashanov, head of the human rights organization Ezgulik in Uzbekistan, was broadcast on the “OzodNazar” website for the Uzbek service on Radio Liberty. It was said that on 5 May, the human rights activist had spoken for several minutes with former senior officials serving sentences in Prison 22 in Zanki Ata. […]

Tagut of Uzbekistan Plays on the Feelings of Muslims

On January 31, the Gazeta.uz news agency reported: “The president of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with the construction progress of the Center for Islamic Civilization in Tashkent. Its construction began next to the Khazrati Imam complex in the summer of 2018 at the suggestion of the head of the state.

Views on the News 13/02/2021

Headlines: • COVID-19: Vaccine Nationalism, High Prices and Supply Chain Issues Slowing Worldwide Coronavirus Inoculation • No Change in US Policy on Kashmir, says US State Department • US-China Competition: A Bipolar Technology Order • After Two Hour China Phone Call, Biden says China will ‘Eat our Lunch’ • US Military in the Middle East, […]

Q&A: The Events in Kyrgyzstan

Question: [“Earlier on Friday, the Kyrgyz Parliament approved the resignation of President Sooronbay Jeenbekov, and cancelled the state of emergency, which was declared a week ago in the capital, Bishkek…” (www.yenisafak.com/ar/,16/10/2020)]. The Kyrgyz capital has witnessed violent protests; protesters took control of government headquarters, demanding the dismissal of President Sooronbay Jeenbekov, who is loyal to […]