December 23, 2015
\"ANCIENT TOWNS AND VILLAGES OF UZBEKISTAN NURTURED MANY GREAT THINKERS OF THE EAST\"
In Warsaw the opening ceremony of the exhibition \"The inflorescence of life. Suzane of Central Asia\" has taken place. The event is dedicated to the 23rd anniversary of the Constitution of Uzbekistan.
The event was organized by the Embassy of our country in Poland, together with the Warsaw Museum of the Asian-Pacific region.
The works of arts and crafts, including embroidery of national ornaments in the form of Suzane, satin, adras and ceramic products were demonstrated.
During the opening ceremony, visitors were informed about the achievements of our country over the years of independence. Particular attention was drawn to the role and significance of the Constitution of Uzbekistan in building a democratic state and strong civil society, creating the necessary political and legal basis for the development of national statehood. In this regard, it was noted that the provisions of the Basic Law of the country a great opportunity to realize the vast potential of the Uzbek people.
It was stressed that Uzbekistan is a leading country in the region and consistent policy to strengthen international cooperation, peace and stability.
According to the participants of the event, the ancient towns and villages of Uzbekistan, which are located on the Great Silk Road, nurtured many great thinkers of the East.
In the framework of exhibition the concert program has been organized. It included the Uzbek folk dances and melodies. Visitors also had the opportunity to try the Uzbek national food.
(Source: Jahon Information Agency, Warsaw)