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About Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan plays a pivotal role in developing an independent, stable, prosperous and democratic Central Asia that contributes to regional and global security. As Central Asia’s most populous country, with extensive natural resources, fascinating tourist attractions and transportation links, Uzbekistan is a potential force for regional economic growth and stability. Uzbekistan is the only Central Asian state to border all four Central Asian countries as well as Afghanistan.

USAID helps Uzbekistan diversify its economy and increase regional trade, address serious health threats and encourage the government to be more responsive to its people’s needs.

In Uzbekistan, USAID advances the U.S. Government’s Central Asia Strategy, which supports and strengthens the sovereignty and independence of the Central Asian States, individually and as a group; encourages regional connectivity between Central Asia and Afghanistan; promotes rule of law and respect for human rights; and promotes U.S. investment in and development of Central Asia — to foster greater regional stability and prosperity.

 

Contact Information

Mission Contact

Gary Robbins, Country Director
3 Moyqorghon, 5th Block
Yunusobod District
Tashkent
Uzbekistan
100093
Phone 
(+998) 78 120 5450

USAID Contact

Illire Agimi, USAID/Central Asia Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington
, DC 
20523
United States of America
Phone 
+1-202-712-1559

Last updated: September 16, 2020

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