TASHKENT, August 12. /IA “Dunyo”/. The President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, by welcoming the representatives of the United Nations, UNESCO, International Labor Organization, International Migration Organization, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Commonwealth of Independent States, Organization of Islamic Cooperation and other authoritative international organisations, who participate in the Samarkand Forum on Human Rights “Youth 2020: Global Solidarity, Sustainable Development and Human Rights”, which has been opened today, noted: “Today new Uzbekistan’s young generation is a driving force and an active participant in dynamic and large-scale reforms to modernize the country”.
The Head of Uzbekistan stated: “In Uzbekistan, young people make up more than half of the country’s population and safeguarding their rights, freedom and legitimate interests is the priority of state policy. During recent years, many laws, resolutions, Presidential decrees and government decisions have been adopted, the aim of which the comprehensive support and harmonious development of the young generation. So, every youth can take his or her place in society.
As it was especially noted, “the Youth Parliament, Agency on Youth Affairs and Interdepartmental Youth Council were established at the Chambers of Oliy Majlis.
The President informed, that “at present, the “Youth of Uzbekistan 2025” Concept is being developed. The common criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of work with young people and a national index for evaluating youth policy are being introduced”.
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