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NEWS AND EVENTS
2005 / January

January 10, 2005
President Islam Karimov congratulated Victor Yushenko with election to the presidential post of Ukraine on 7 January.

January 10, 2005
At a time when many American Jewish leaders hold back from entering into dialogue with Muslims for fear of appearing to condone terrorism, a leader of the Bukharian Jewish community has boldly stepped into the breach.

January 10, 2005
Preliminary results of re-voting on elections to Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan indicate that deputies from all 58 election constituencies were elected.

January 10, 2005
First aircraft of Uzbekiston Havo Yollari delivered 35 tones of humanitarian aid to Medan city of Indonesia on Monday, Uzbek Foreign Ministry said.

January 6, 2005
The State Department released a Report on Global Anti-Semitism prepared for the House and Senate Foreign Relations committees on 5 January.

January 6, 2005
Officials from nine countries, including the United States, will meet in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) on 11January for the first in a series of conferences designed to increase security cooperation among states in the Central and South Asia region.

January 5, 2005
Interstate Coordination Council on International Transportation Routes was created in Tashkent on 5 January 2005.

January 5, 2005
Museum of Cinema in Tashkent will host Days of Polish movies from 11 January to 30 January. The event is organized by the embassy of Poland in Uzbekistan.

January 5, 2005
Newly created Liberal-Democratic Party of Uzbekistan holds the majority of seats in the lower chamber of the Uzbek parliament after the first round of elections.

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