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Congratulatory Letters to Islam Karimov on His Election as President of the Republic of Uzbekistan


Letters with sincere congratulations and warm wishes to Islam Karimov on his election as President of the Republic of Uzbekistan during the vote that took place on 29 March 2015 have been continuing to come from heads of state and government, chiefs of international organizations and notable public figures of foreign nations.

 

Following leaders have sent greeting notes as of late:

 

Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations Organization

 

Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan

 

Joachim Gauck, Federal President of the Federal Republic of Germany

 

Francois Hollande, President of the French Republic

 

Truong Tan Sang, President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

 

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria

 

Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

 

Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO

 

Kunio Mikuriya, Secretary General of the World Customs Organization

 

Carolyn Lamm, Chairperson of the American-Uzbek Chamber of Commerce

 

Steven Nadherny, President of the American-Uzbek Chamber of Commerce

 

Peter Spary, Vice President of the Germany-Uzbekistan Society

 

Stef Goris, President of the European Academy for Elections Observation

 

Greeting letters continue to arrive.


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Islam Karimov Continues to Receive Congratulatory Notes from Abroad


Heads of state and government, chiefs of international organizations and renowned public figures of foreign nations are continuing to send letters with sincere congratulations and warm wishes to Islam Karimov on his election as President of the Republic of Uzbekistan during the vote that took place on 29 March 2015.

 

Congratulatory messages have come from:

 

Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates

 

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the UAE, Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi

 

Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Interior of the UAE

 

Mohammed VI, King of Morocco

 

Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, Crown Prince of the State of Kuwait

 

Simonetta Sommaruga, President of the Swiss Confederation

 

Andrej Kiska, President of the Slovak Republic

 

Kim Yong-Nam, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

 

Dmitry Mezentsev, Secretary General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

 

Iyad Ameen Madani, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation

 

Abdullah Khoja, Chairman of the Turkestan-American Association

 

Kim Young-Mok, President of the Korean Agency for International Cooperation (KOICA)

 

Alisher Usmanov, President of the International Fencing Federation

 

Fumiya Kokubu, President and Director General, Member of Board of Marubeni Corporation

 

Mamoru Sekiyama, Corporate Adviser of Marubeni Corporation

 

Jan-Hendrik Mohr, Chairman of the German-Uzbek Business Council, Member of Board of CLAAS

 

Luc Tack, Managing Director of Picanol Group

 

Greeting letters continue to arrive.


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Поздравления по случаю избрания Ислама Каримова Президентом Республики Узбекистан

От глав иностранных государств и правительств, руководителей международных организаций и видных общественных деятелей зарубежных стран продолжают поступать послания с искренними поздравлениями и теплыми пожеланиями по случаю избрания Ислама Каримова Президентом Республики Узбекистан на выборах, состоявшихся 29 марта 2015 года.

 

Поздравительные послания направили:

 

Президент Объединенных Арабских Эмиратов – Шейх Халифа бин Заид Ал Нахаян

 

Заместитель Главнокомандующего Вооруженными Силами ОАЭ, наследный принц Эмирата Абу Даби – Шейх Мухаммад бин Заид Ал Нахаян

 

Заместитель Премьер-министра, министр внутренних дел ОАЭ – Шейх Сейф бин Заид Ал Нахаян

 

Король Марокко – Мухаммад VI

 

Наследный принц Государства Кувейт – Навваф аль-Ахмад аль-Жабир ас-Сабах

 

Федеральный Президент Швейцарской Конфедерации – Симонетта Соммаруга

 

Президент Словацкой Республики – Андрей Киска

 

Председатель Президиума Верховного Народного Собрания Корейской Народно-Демократической Республики – Ким Ен Нам

 

Генеральный секретарь Шанхайской организации сотрудничества – Дмитрий Мезенцев

 

Генеральный секретарь Организации Исламского Сотрудничества – Ияд бин Амин Мадани

 

Председатель Туркестано- Американской ассоциации – Абдулла Ходжа

 

Президент Корейского Агентства по международному сотрудничеству (KOICA) – Ким Ёнг Мок

 

Президент Международной федерации фехтования – Алишер Усманов

 

Президент и генеральный директор, член правления «Марубени Корпорейшн» – Фумия Кокубу

 

Корпоративный советник «Марубени Корпорейшн» – Мамору Секияма

 

Председатель Германо-Узбекского делового совета, член правления концерна «КЛААС» – Ян-Хендрик Мор

 

Главный исполнительный директор компании «Пиканол» – Люк Так

 

Поздравительные телеграммы продолжают поступать.


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The inauguration of the President of Uzbekistan took place in Tashkent

Today the capital hosted a session of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan, dedicated to the inauguration ceremony of Islam Karimov to the post of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. 

The event was attended by members of the Cabinet of Ministers, heads of national organizations, members of the Central Election Commission and judges of Constitutional court, representatives of the diplomatic corps. 

The Chairman of the Central Election Commission Mirzo-Ulugbek Abdusalomov opening the session, stressed that the elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan held in an open and transparent manner, in full compliance with the national electoral legislation and internationally accepted principles of international law. 

It is worth to note a huge role of the media in ensuring the openness and transparency of the elections. The presidential election was covered by about 600 local and over 180 foreign media, about 180 foreign and national internet publications. 

Mirzo-Ulugbek Abdusalomov reminded that the final results of the presidential election were summed up by the Central Election Commission on April 6. According to the CEC, from 20,798 million voters having the right to vote, 18,942 million people participated in elections, the turnout made 91.08%. Elections were held at 9058 polling stations, including 44 - at representative offices of Uzbekistan in 36 countries. By the results of the elections, Islam Karimov scored 90.39% of the vote, which was another proof that the citizens voted for peace and prosperity in our country. 

After his speech, the Chairman of the Central Election Commission Mirzo-Ulugbek Abdusalomov awarded Islam Karimov the certificate of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. 

In turn, Islam Karimov took the oath of following content: "I solemnly swear to serve the people of Uzbekistan faithfully, to strictly follow the Constitution and laws of the Republic, to guarantee the rights and freedoms of citizens, to fulfil conferred on the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan duties in good faith". 

Thus, according to the Constitution of our country, from the moment of taking the oath, Islam Karimov took the office of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. 

After that, the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan made a keynote speech. 

Following the meeting, the Chairman of the Central Election Commission Mirzo-Ulugbek Abdusalomov on behalf of all the citizens of the Republic congratulated Islam Karimov on assumption to the office of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and wished good health, happiness and great success in his work for the prosperity of our Motherland. 

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Voting continues: more than 85% already voted

At the polling stations continues voting on elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. As of 17:00 Tashkent time it was attended by more than 17,728,000 people, accounting for 85,2% of the total number of voters included in the lists. 

These figures were cited during the regular briefing for international observers, representatives of domestic and foreign media at the National Press Center on coverage of Presidential elections in the Republic of Uzbekistan. 

Central Election Commission Chairman M. Abdusalomov in particular, said that the voting process at the polling stations established at representations of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Indonesia, Thailand and India have been completed. 

The process of voting continues at polling stations established at the offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, the United Arab Emirates, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Egypt, Greece, Latvia, Turkey, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Italy , Poland, France, Switzerland, UK. Also opened polling stations at representations of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the United States. 

Elections are held in full compliance with democratic principles enshrined in the Constitution, the Law "On Elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan" and other laws. 

At the moment, the Central Election Commission has received no reports of any violations of the electoral law. 

The next briefing on the results of the voting will be held at 22:00 Tashkent time. 

Republican Press Center on Covering 
Election of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan




Kenichi Matsumoto: 
"Elections should be held freely, orderly, fair and peaceful as in Uzbekistan"

Kenichi Matsumoto, president of the Japanese Organization for medical external technical assistance in the field of medical equipment (OMETA), chairman of the Foundation "Matsumoto" (Japan): 

- To get acquainted with the process of voting at a polling station №158 in Tashkent. Sites are equipped in accordance with democratic principles, the voters are actively involved in this important political event. 

It should be noted that there is no universal model of democracy, which should be implemented equally in all states. Each system will yield good results, if implemented, taking into account the interests, culture, traditions and customs of a particular nation, geographical and historical conditions of the country. Uzbekistan's election system deserves special attention because it combines international standards, best practices of democratic nations and traditions and values ​​of the Uzbek people. I think that the elections should be held in the same free, fair, open and transparent, orderly, peaceful and calm, as in Uzbekistan. After all, peace and harmony are the foundation of prosperity and well-being. 

Everyone knows that Uzbekistan pays great attention to the education of physically strong and spiritually mature young generation. Along with the established in the country the necessary conditions to increase the intellectual potential of young people and their involvement in the study of foreign languages, full disclosure talent deserves special praise as extensive work to promote sports among young people. I appreciate the efforts of Uzbekistan for the harmonious development of young people, is the decisive force of tomorrow. 

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CEC: More than 71% of voters already casted their votes

The Republican press centre for the coverage of elections of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan held a briefing for domestic and international observers, representatives of mass media. 

The Chairman of the Central Election Commission (CEC) M.Abdusalomov noted that citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan demonstrate a high political activity. As of 1 pm (13.00), more than 14 million 900 thousand people from 20, 798, 52 persons included in the lists of voters attended the elections. It makes 71.6 percent of the total number of voters. 

He pointed out that the elections are being carried out in full compliance with national electoral legislation that meets all international standards and it fixed by democratic principles of transparency, openness and fairness. 

According to the norms of the electoral law, the precinct election commissions will organize polling for some voters, who can’t arrive at the polling place, in their place of residence. 

About 300 observers from five international organizations taking part in the elections – the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (ODIHR OSCE), Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Shanghai Cooperation Organization, World Association of electoral bodies and Organization of the Islamic Cooperation, as well as 43 states. 

In addition, more than 35 thousand observers from political parties that nominated candidates for the Presidency, representatives of the media are participating in the voting process. 

By now, the chairman of the Central Election Commission did not receive any information on violations during the voting process. 

Republican Press Center on Covering 
Election of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan


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