The V International Congress "Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan — the Foundation of a New Renaissance" has been held in Tashkent since September 13.
More than 350 scientists, historians, orientalists from more than 40 countries of the world participate in the congress of the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan. Among the participating countries are specialists from Russia, the United States, Germany, Italy, Hungary, France, Great Britain, Turkey, Japan, Albania, Austria, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Greece, Israel, India, Jordan, Iran, China, Lebanon, Mongolia, the United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Poland, Uzbekistan.
The central link of the event was the presentation of 40 new illustrated books-albums from the series "Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan in the Collections of the World".
During the pandemic, the research activities of the World Society for the Study, Preservation and Popularization of the Cultural Heritage of Uzbekistan did not stop, but has become even more successful. Dozens of world and domestic orientalists specializing in the study of the cultural heritage of Uzbekistan have prepared materials for new publications.
The congress dedicated to the Week of Cultural Heritage was held in Tashkent on September 13 and 14, then the participants went to Khiva and continued their work within the framework of the International Cultural Forum "Central Asia at the Crossroads of World Civilizations" held under the auspices of UNESCO.