The information about the conscription of citizens of Central Asian countries as part of the partial mobilization announced in Russia does not correspond to reality, the Russian Embassy in Tashkent said in its Telegram channel.
In connection with the recent frequent appeals of citizens with a request to clarify certain issues on the situation around Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan informs the following.
The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Russian Federation warns compatriots against creating volunteer battalions and/or participating in hostilities on the territory of foreign states for which criminal liability has been established.
From June 1, 2022, representative offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan will open in ten more regions of the Russian Federation. The total number of representative offices increases to 16. This was reported on May 10 by the press service of the Agency for External Migration of Uzbekistan.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan has issued a statement on the continued replication of unfounded statements by individual leaders of foreign countries regarding the expansion of the Union State and the accession of the Republic of Uzbekistan to it.
Currently, 262 citizens of Uzbekistan are at the airport in Katowice (Poland). The board of Uzbekistan Airways JSC, which took off today, February 28, from Tashkent, will land at the airport of Katowice approximately at 12.45 Tashkent time.
The Government of the Russian Federation has expanded a pilot project to attract labor personnel from Uzbekistan, now it applies not only to the construction industry, but also to the agro-industrial complex (AIC). This follows from the Cabinet resolution published on Wednesday.