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Travel Tips for Traveling in Uzbekistan
The Official Order Of Stay Of Tourists In Uzbekistan For The Period Of
A few knowledge is acquired before and during the tour; through the Internet, travel agencies, while filling out the customs declaration and other various channels, are sufficient to make traveling to Uzbekistan easy, comfortable and interesting, as well as to get the maximum pleasure and positive emotions from traveling.
The leaflet is intended to provide more detailed informational assistance to a foreign traveler who wants to visit Uzbekistan. From this point of view, it will be useful for foreign tourists who prefer an independent travel and who want to be prepared for all the features and rules of the country of visit.
Visit Uzbekistan – for adventures, impressions and good memories.
- Getting a tourist visa to Uzbekistan
- Tourist Visa Extension
- Rules for the stay of foreign citizens in Uzbekistan
- Customs regulations for individuals entering the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan
- Customs rules for individuals leaving the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan
- The procedure for import and export of cash foreign and national currency by individuals
- Importation of medicines for personal use
- Export of cultural property
- Import and export of objects of flora and fauna, hunting trophies
- Import and export of pets
- Features and specifics of national Uzbek cuisine
- Weather and Climate Features
- Transport and moving
- Photographing and filming
- Credit Cards and ATMs
- Insurance coverage of foreign tourists
1.1. Citizens of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan (up to 60 days), Moldova, Russia, Ukraine do not need a visa.
Also, visa-free entry to Uzbekistan valid for up to 30 days is valid for citizens of the following countries:
|1||Australian Union||30||Mongolia||59||Republic of Finland|
|2||Republic of Austria||31||New Zealand||60||French Republic|
|3||The Republic of Azerbaijan||32||United Arab Emirates||61||Montenegro|
|4||Argentine Republic||33||Portuguese Republic||62||Czech Republic|
|5||Bosnia and Herzegovina||34||Republic of Armenia||63||Swiss Confederation|
|6||Vatican||35||Republic of Belarus||64||Republic of Estonia|
|7||Grand Duchy of Luxembourg||36||Republic of Bulgaria||65||Japan|
|8||Hungary||37||Republic of Indonesia||66||Antigua and Barbuda **|
|9||State of Brunei Darussalam||38||The Republic of Kazakhstan||67||Barbados **|
|10||State of israel||39||Republic of Cyprus||68||Belize **|
|11||Greek republic||40||The Republic of Korea||69||Grenada **|
|12||Georgia||41||Republic of Malta||70||Dominican Republic **|
|13||Ireland||42||The Republic of Moldova||71||Mexican United States **|
|14||Iceland||43||Republic of Poland||72||Republic of Guatemala **|
|15||Italian Republic||44||Republic of San Marino||73||Republic of Honduras **|
|16||Canada||45||Republic of Serbia||74||Republic of Costa Rica **|
|17||Kyrgyz Republic *||46||Republic of Singapore||75||Republic of Cuba **|
|18||Principality of Andorra||47||Republic of Slovenia||76||Republic of Nicaragua **|
|19||Principality of Liechtenstein||48||The Republic of Tajikistan||77||Republic of Panama **|
|20||Principality of Monaco||49||Republic of Croatia||78||Republic of Trinidad and Tobago **|
|21||Kingdom of Belgium||50||Republic of Chile||79||Republic of El Salvador **|
|22||Kingdom of Denmark||51||Russian Federation||80||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines **|
|23||The Kingdom of Spain||52||Romania||81||Saint Lucia **|
|24||Kingdom of the Netherlands||53||The Slovak Republic||82||Commonwealth of the Bahamas **|
|25||Kingdom of Norway||54||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||83||Commonwealth of Dominica **|
|26||Kingdom of Sweden||55||Turkish Republic||84||Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis **|
|27||Latvian republic||56||Ukraine||85||Jamaica **|
|28||Republic of Lithuania||57||Federative Republic of Brazil|
|29||Malaysia||58||Federal Republic of Germany|
*) installed without a visa regime for 60 days
**) without a visa regime is established from January 1, 2020
A visa-free regime applies to citizens of the indicated countries, owners of all categories of passports (diplomatic, official and general) planning to visit the Republic of Uzbekistan for up to 30 days, regardless of the purpose of their trip.
A visa-free regime does not apply to stateless persons permanently residing in the territories of these countries.
It is important to know!
A visa-free regime is valid for 30 days from the date of entry into Uzbekistan. Before the end of the 30-day visa-free stay, a foreign citizen must leave the Republic of Uzbekistan. Exceeding the 30-day visa-free stay is a violation of the rules of stay of foreign citizens in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Accordingly, if it is necessary to stay in Uzbekistan for more than 30 days, a foreign citizen must obtain an entry visa to the Republic of Uzbekistan in accordance with the purpose of his trip before entering Uzbekistan.
1.2. A visa is not needed for foreign citizens under the age of 16, accompanied by legal representatives and the presence of a biometric travel document, for the duration of the visa of the accompanying person, but no more than ninety days from the date of entry into the country.
1.3. To simplify obtaining a visa to Uzbekistan, the government launched a system of issuing electronic entry visas «E-VISA.GOV.UZ» It is enough for an applicant from 57 countries (from January 1, 2020) to fill in the questionnaire, receive confirmation of the application by e-mail, pay the consular fee and wait 3 business days to receive the application results. The finished electronic visa to Uzbekistan will be sent to the applicant’s mail in PDF format.
An electronic visa allows entry into Uzbekistan for up to 30 days, and is valid for 90 days from the date of issue. The cost of a visa depends on the frequency of entry: single entry – $ 20, double entry – 35, multiple entry – 50.
The list of countries for which a simplified procedure for obtaining tourist visas (electronic visa) has been introduced *
|1||Algeria People’s Democratic Republic||20||Kingdom of Tonga||39||Republic of Marshall Islands|
|2||Arab Republic of Egypt||21||Lao People’s Democratic Republic||40||Republic of Nauru|
|3||Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela||22||Lebanon Republic||41||Republic of Palau|
|4||Eastern Republic of Uruguay||23||Republic of Maldives||42||Republic of Paraguay|
|5||Gabon Republic||24||Plurinational State of Bolivia||43||Republic of Peru|
|6||State of Qatar||25||Independent State of Samoa||44||Republic of Seychelles|
|7||State of Kuwait||26||People’s Republic of Bangladesh||45||Republic of Senegal|
|8||Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka||27||Republic of Albania||46||Republic of Suriname|
|9||Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan||28||Republic of Angola||47||Fiji Republic|
|10||Islamic Republic of Iran||29||Republic of Vanuatu||48||Republic of the Philippines|
|11||People’s Republic of China, including the Hong Kong People’s Republic of China Special Administrative Region||30||Republic of Ghana||49||Republic of Ecuador|
|12||Democratic People’s Republic of Korea||31||Republic of India||50||USA|
|13||Cooperative Republic of Guyana||32||Republic of Cape Verde||51||Solomon islands|
|14||Kingdom of Bahrain||33||Republic of Cameroon||52||Socialist Republic of Vietnam|
|15||Kingdom of Bhutan||34||Republic of Kiribati||53||Sultanate of Oman|
|16||Kingdom of Cambodia||35||Republic of Colombia||54||Tunisian republic|
|17||Kingdom of Morocco||36||Republic of Côte d’Ivoire||55||Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal|
|18||Kingdom of Saudi Arabia||37||Republic of Mauritius||56||Federated States of Micronesia|
|19||Kingdom of Thailand||38||Republic of Macedonia||57||Republic of South Africa|
* In connection with the adoption of Decree UP-5781 and the transition of 20 countries to a visa-free regime, the number of countries for which an electronic visa is valid has decreased to 57 (from January 1, 2020).
1.4. For citizens of other countries and stateless persons, visas are issued at diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad on the basis of visa support (confirmation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan).
Visa support is issued on the basis of the application of inviting legal entities and individuals permanently or temporarily located in the territory of Uzbekistan, submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The list of necessary documents for inviting foreigners to legal entities:
– a visa application on the letterhead of the organization of the established form;
– electronic profile from the site evisa.mfa.uz:
– copies of passports of the invited person, the head of the organization and the authorized person of the organization, for the submission of documents;
– copies of documents for the organization (license, certificate, certificates, etc.);
– copies of orders to the head and authorized person;
– a copy of the organization’s power of attorney to the authorized person;
– when applying for a visa upon arrival at the Tashkent airport, it is also necessary to provide copies of airline tickets or reservation;
– a certificate from the place of work of the invited person.
The list of necessary documents for inviting foreigners to individuals:
– a visa application of an established form;
– electronic profile from the site evisa.mfa.uz;
– copies of passports of the invited and inviting person;
– The original invitation letter issued by the internal affairs bodies of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
– copies of documents confirming family ties (if any);
– when applying for a visa upon arrival at the Tashkent airport, you must also provide copies of airline tickets or reservations.
The term for consideration of applications of legal entities and individuals to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is 10 working days, subject to the established procedure for submitting documents.
To obtain a visa, foreign citizens and stateless persons must submit the following documents to the diplomatic mission or consular office of Uzbekistan abroad:
– a passport or document of a stateless person whose validity period must exceed the validity period of the visa by at least 3 months;
– completed visa application form in 2 copies;
– 2 color passport size photographs.
To obtain a transit visa, foreign citizens and stateless persons, in addition to the above documents, must also have a visa from the destination state and travel documents with a confirmed date of departure from Uzbekistan to the destination country. The term for consideration of visa documents in this case is 3 days.
Foreign citizens and stateless persons intending to arrive in Uzbekistan from a country where there is no diplomatic mission or consular office of Uzbekistan can obtain visas upon arrival in the visa support sector of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan at the Tashkent International Airport. To do this, the inviting legal entity or individual located in the territory of Uzbekistan should contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan in advance in the prescribed manner, receive the appropriate confirmation (stamp) of the visa support department of the Consular Department and send it to the invited person. This confirmation is presented by the invited person when purchasing a ticket, passing passport control in the host country and on the basis of it a visa is issued upon arrival in the visa support sector of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan at the Tashkent International Airport.
For registration and issuance of visas the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan provides for the following tariffs of consular fees:
- a) for single entry visas:
– up to 7 days – 40 US dollars;
– up to 15 days – 50 US dollars;
– up to 30 days – 60 US dollars;
– up to 3 months – 80 US dollars;
– up to 6 months – 120 US dollars;
– up to 1 year – 160 US dollars.
Note: for each additional visa multiplicity, the tariff rate increases by 10 US dollars.
- b) for multiple visas:
– up to 6 months – 150 US dollars;
– up to 1 year – 250 US dollars.
– up to 3 years – 350 US dollars.
Note. For citizens of certain states, in respect of whom visa procedures have been simplified by the decisions of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the consular fee for issuing a multiple visa for 1 month for tourism purposes is 60 US dollars;
- c) for transit visas:
– up to 72 hours – 40 US dollars;
– for a double transit visa – 50 US dollars.
- d) for group visas (the group must have at least 5 people, excluding children under 16):
– up to 15 days – $ 15 per person;
– up to 30 days – 25 US dollars per person.
- e) for a tourist visa:
– for 30 days – 40 US dollars;
– up to 30 days – 25 US dollars per person.
Note. For registration of the multiplicity of tourist visas, the tariff rate increases by 10 US dollars.
- f) from March 15, 2019, a system for issuing the following types of electronic entry visas with a validity period of 30 days is introduced:
– double, with a consular fee of $ 35;
– multiple, with a consular fee of $ 50.
When issuing visas, fees are also levied on the reimbursement of actual costs associated with obtaining visas. The amount of such fees depends on the place of issuing visas (regardless of the citizenship of the applicant).
It is important to know!
A visa to Uzbekistan is issued not only for the duration of the visa, but also the declared period of stay of a tourist in Uzbekistan. When filling out the visa application form, do not forget to indicate the planned dates of your stay.
Tourist Visa Extension
To extend the validity of a tourist visa, you must contact the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan located at Tashkent, Shaykhantahur district, st. Islam Karimov House 49a, tel. (+998 71) 232-68-70.
The cost of renewal is similar to the cost of obtaining a single entry visa.
The term of consideration is 10 working days from the date of application.
Rules for the stay of foreign citizens in Uzbekistan
Foreign citizens temporarily staying in the Republic of Uzbekistan live in accommodation facilities, other living space, as well as medical facilities, with notification of the host organizations, as well as of persons who invited them to the Republic of Uzbekistan for private affairs.
Foreign citizens residing in the Republic of Uzbekistan are required to have passports or documents replacing them and present them at the request of representatives of the competent authorities.
Checking the documents of tourists is carried out in a simplified manner, determined by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Foreign citizens who are accommodated in accommodation facilities, medical institutions and other residential areas (with the exception of foreign citizens who travel on their own with accommodation in camps and land transport converted to accommodation facilities for overnight) are exempt from liability for violation of temporary registration rules with increased responsibility of the administration of accommodation facilities and medical facilities, as well as owners of other residential areas, which are obliged to independently notify authorities internal affairs within three days after the arrival of foreign citizens.
Persons who invited (accepting) foreign citizens to the Republic of Uzbekistan on private affairs and provided them with living space for non-commercial purposes are required to:
take measures to ensure their temporary registration by:
notifications through the Program or personal appeal to the territorial internal affairs bodies if the period of stay of foreign citizens does not exceed 30 days inclusive;
personal appeal to the territorial bodies of internal affairs if the period of stay of foreign citizens exceeds 30 days;
to assist them in leaving the Republic of Uzbekistan after the expiration of the period of their stay.
Foreign citizens located in the Republic of Uzbekistan are required to comply with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the requirements of these Rules.
It is important to know!
Violation of the rules of stay entails a fine of 50 to 100 minimum wages.
Minimum wage (in Russian).
Customs rules for individuals entering the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan
If you enter to the Republic through international airports, you can import goods up to US $ 2,000 through customs and railway checkpoints, up to US $ 1,000, through road and pedestrian checkpoints, up to US $ 300. In this case, it is not required to indicate them in the customs declaration. But, there are restrictions on the import of certain goods without duty. In particular, alcohol, including beer – up to 2 liters, tobacco products of various types – up to 10 boxes, cologne and liquids containing alcohol in their composition – up to 3 pieces, precious metal and jewelry made from precious stones – up to 65 g. (Appendix No. 1A).
Remember that it is forbidden to import into the Republic of Uzbekistan narcotic and psychotropic drugs, precursors, explosive substances and explosive substances, various materials harmful to the construction of the state and society, aimed at war, terrorism, violence, extremism, pornography, as well as ethyl alcohol, a distributor laser beam, unmanned aerial vehicles, pyrotechnic devices, slot machines related to cash winnings, used motor vehicles of the “M2”, “M3” and “N2” categories, new motor vehicles means, the degree of infection of which does not meet the requirements of the Euro-3 environmental class, running on gasoline or diesel fuel, in addition, household electrical appliances with energy efficiency class “G” and “F”, as well as incandescent bulbs with power, exceeding 40 watts. Permission is required from the competent authority to import substances that are harmful to the ozone layer and incorporate their products, cultural property, firearms and ammunition, wild plants, their parts, fruits and collections of botany, wild animals, their parts and collections of zoology, and vital objects , prey, their eggs, environmentally hazardous items and waste requires permission from the competent authorities. (Appendix No. 2)
In accordance with the Customs Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 6, 2018 No. PP-3512, quantitative norms for the import of certain goods that are not subject to customs payments through the road (pedestrian), railway and river checkpoints of the State border of the Republic of Uzbekistan by individuals are determined (Appendix No. 1B).
Customs rules for individuals leaving the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan
If you travel outside the borders of the Republic of Uzbekistan, individuals are allowed to export outside the Republic of Uzbekistan without submitting a customs declaration of goods with a total value of not more than
5 thousand US dollars.
But, there are restrictions on the export of certain goods. Including rice – up to 3 kg, flour products – up to 5 kg, meat and meat products, sugar and vegetable oil – up to 2 kg, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables, grapes, melons, legumes, and also for the export of dried vegetables and fruits are allowed up to 40 kg (Appendix No. 1B).
Remember! When exporting narcotic and psychotropic drugs and precursors, substances harmful to the ozone layer and incorporating their products, cultural property, firearms and cartridges, wild plants, their parts, fruits and collections of botany, wild animals, their parts and collections of zoology , vital objects, prey, their eggs, environmentally hazardous objects and wastes, permission of the competent authorities is required (Appendix No. 3).
The procedure for import and export of cash foreign and national currency by individuals
Individuals have the right to import cash foreign currency in an unlimited amount. If cash foreign currency is exceeded in the amount of 2,000 US dollars, this amount must be indicated in the customs declaration.
Individuals are allowed to import cash in national currency “sum”, not exceeding 50 times the size of the minimum wage. The import of the national currency “sum” in excess of 5 times the size of the minimum wage is indicated in the customs declaration.
Allowed to citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan, persons with foreign citizenship with a permanent residence in the Republic of Uzbekistan and stateless persons, the export of cash foreign currency in the amount of up to $ 5,000 with the indication of this amount in the customs declaration.
For the export of foreign currency up to 2000 US dollars, a customs declaration is not required.
For the export of cash foreign currency in excess of the specified amount, an appropriate permit of the territorial administration of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan is required.
Foreign currency export by non-residents, i.e. by persons who do not have citizenship of the Republic of Uzbekistan or by foreign persons who do not have a permanent residence permit in the Republic of Uzbekistan is carried out on the basis of a customs declaration filled out upon entry into the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Also, a document is required certifying the legality of the exported foreign currency in excess of the specified amount by the winners or non-residents who participated in competitions, contests and competitions organized in the republic.
Individuals are allowed to export cash in national currency “sum”, not exceeding 50 times the size of the minimum wage. The export of the national currency “sum” in excess of 5 times the size of the minimum wage is indicated in the customs declaration.
For the export of cash in national currency in excess of the specified amount, an appropriate permit of the territorial administration of the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan is required.
Important! Non-declaration or false declaration is a violation of the law with all the ensuing consequences.
In Uzbekistan, a separate procedure has been established for the transport and use of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in the republic for the treatment of transit passengers in accordance with laws and regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The import and export of medicines containing narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances by individuals for personal use is carried out in accordance with the lists approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of November 12, 2015 No. 330 (Appendix No. 4A, 4B).
It is allowed to export and import drugs in quantities not exceeding the 7-day requirement, if there are documents issued by the medical institution of the country of residence or stay confirming the recommended amount for the course of treatment.
It is allowed to import and export psychotropic substances by individuals for personal use without presenting a document issued by a medical institution in the country of residence or stay, in the amount of up to 5 drugs of various names and no more than two packs of each of them, within the course of treatment. When crossing the customs border at checkpoints, individuals must declare their possession of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, and for narcotic drugs – submit to the customs authority a document issued by the medical institution of the country of residence or stay of the individual, indicating the name of the drug, its dosage form and the recommended amount per treatment course. If individuals exceed the names and quantities of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances specified in the document issued by the medical institution and declared to the customs authority, the surplus is subject to seizure and destruction.
Import to Uzbekistan of medicines intended for personal use is carried out in accordance with the norms specified in (Appendix No. 4B).
If the patient is detained on the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan and needs to continue the additional purchase of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances, then their vacation is carried out according to a prescription issued in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The issuance of prescriptions is carried out after a medical examination and confirmation of the diagnosis of the disease, which necessitated the appointment of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances. The purchase of the prescribed funds is carried out directly by the patient, in transit, at their own expense in the corresponding pharmacy institutions of Uzbekistan.
The following cultural values are not subject to export from the Republic of Uzbekistan:
-created fifty or more years ago;
-entered by the state in the protection lists and registers;
-permanently stored in museums, information and library institutions, archives, departmental archives and other repositories.
Categories of cultural property items consist of:
subjects related to historical events in the life of peoples, the development of society and the state, the history of science and technology, as well as relating to the life and work of prominent personalities
various types of weapons of historical, artistic, scientific and other cultural value;
art values containing precious metals and precious stones;
objects and their fragments obtained as a result of archaeological excavations or archaeological discoveries and finds, soil samples, archaeological, geological and other samples;
paintings and drawings entirely handmade on any basis and from any materials;оригинальных скульптурных произведений из любых материалов, включая рельефы;
original art compositions and montages from any materials;
artistically decorated objects of worship;
prints, prints, lithographs, woodcuts, other types of graphics and their original printed forms;
works of decorative art (art products from glass, ceramics, wood, metal, bone, fabric and other materials);
products of traditional folk art crafts;
components and fragments of architectural, historical, artistic monuments and monuments of monumental art;
old books, as well as prints of historical, scientific, artistic, literary interest, separately or in collections;
rare manuscripts and documentary monuments, archival documents;
Audiovisual works, phonograms and photo materials;
subjects of philately, numismatics, faleristics, bonistics, sphragistics and other collections;
coins, orders, medals, seals, postcards (envelopes) and other collectibles;
rare collections and specimens of flora and fauna, objects of interest to such branches of science as mineralogy, paleontology, anatomy;
household and scientific devices, instruments of domestic and cultural significance (watches, barometers, scales, binoculars, cameras, sewing machines and others);
other movable items, including copies of historical, scientific, artistic or other cultural significance, as well as those taken under state protection as historical and cultural monuments.
Cultural property under the age of 50 years, for which a certificate for the right to export it is not required:
carpets, rugs, embroidery, suzanne (all machine-made);
electric musical instruments;
reproductions of paintings, icons, art albums, records;
souvenir products, items made of ceramics, porcelain, crystal, glass, wood, metal of mass factory production (excluding items of foreign manufacture);
fiction, children’s, popular literature, consisting of 1 or 2 volumes, music editions;
scientific, educational literature acquired by foreign scientists and specialists located in Uzbekistan for scientific and technical exchange, foreign citizens studying in the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as scientists, specialists, students, students of the Republic of Uzbekistan, sent abroad;
state-of-the-art modern jewelry made of precious metals and precious stones (the quantity of exported jewelry is determined in accordance with customs legislation) (Appendix No. 1A);
personal awards for which there are order books or award certificates;
Audiovisual works and phonograms;
products of folk art crafts and arts and crafts (Appendix No. 7)
For the export of cultural property not included in this list, you must obtain a certificate.
In order to obtain a certificate for the right to export or temporary export of cultural property from the Republic of Uzbekistan, their owner must submit a written application to the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan in advance, a list of items declared for export, and also provide the objects themselves.
Cultural property claims for export are reviewed by authorized art experts.
Inspection of items and preparation of an expert opinion on the possibility of their removal is carried out in the absence of the owner of the items, but it can be called to clarify the issues. Expert opinions are advisory in nature and are taken into account when making the final decision on issuing certificates for the export of cultural property.
If necessary, the examination of items can be carried out at their location.
An authorized employee of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan signs the certificate for the right to export or temporary export of cultural property from the Republic of Uzbekistan.
In necessary cases, documents are presented confirming the statutory form of alienation of the item from the previous owner, as well as certifying their value (checks, receipts, etc.).
The duration of the artistic examination should not exceed ten days and depends on the number of items declared for export, their condition and the degree of complexity of the examination.
Import and export of objects of flora and fauna, hunting trophies
For the import and export of wild animals, as well as wild plants (including those included in the Annexes of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)), a special permit issued by the State Committee for Ecology and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Uzbekistan is required.
To obtain permission to import or export objects of animal and plant life, as well as hunting trophies, it is necessary to apply to the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environmental Protection at the address indicated in (Appendix No. 3).
For dogs, cats and other unproductive animals (in an amount of not more than 2 animals) and birds (in an amount of not more than 10 animals) belonging to persons entering and leaving the Republic of Uzbekistan, a veterinary certificate or veterinary certificate shall be issued without the permission of the Chief State Veterinary Inspector Republic of Uzbekistan or its deputies.
Animals across the state border are allowed in priority order.
In case of import of more than 2 domestic animals, the veterinary certificate is issued with the permission of the Chief State Veterinary Inspector of the Republic of Uzbekistan or his deputy.
Transportation of animals and birds in air transport is permitted subject to the relevant rules of the country of departure, transit, destination, and subject to the availability of certificates and permits of veterinary authorities. Carriage of animals and birds is not included in the permitted baggage allowance and is paid at the excess baggage rate. In the passenger cabin of the aircraft it is allowed to carry:
– dogs, cats, monkeys, birds and other small animals, the mass of which together with the container (cage) should not exceed 8 kg. If this norm is exceeded, the animal is transported in the baggage compartment of the aircraft.
– without restriction in weight and without payment of fees for the excess baggage of guide dogs for blind and deaf passengers, provided that the animal has a collar, the muzzle and the passenger presented a corresponding certificate of health.
Small passenger pets and birds are allowed in passenger cars in all cars, unless prohibited by veterinary regulations (if there is a veterinary certificate).
Small pets should be placed in boxes, baskets, cages and freely placed in places designated for the carriage of hand luggage.
In passenger trains, dogs of large breeds, including service dogs, are transported in baggage cars in special containers or drawers with a pallet under the supervision of owners or accompanying persons who must travel on the same train; in the non-working vestibule of the first reserved seat car (no more than two dogs) behind the locomotive under the supervision of the owners or accompanying persons who must pass in the same car; in the vestibule of a local train (no more than two dogs) under the supervision of the owners; if the owner wants the dog, a ticket is purchased for the full price or all compartments are bought in compartment cars of passenger trains.
Dogs of small breeds and puppies are allowed to be carried with them on condition that they are placed in containers (bags, baskets, cages, etc.) in all cars of passenger trains. Dogs, except those placed in containers, are transported (including in suburban trains) in muzzles and on a leash.
Carriage of wild animals, rodents, cattle and small cattle and horses is not permitted.
Group transportation of dogs is allowed only upon preliminary applications submitted to the name of the carrier no later than 5 days before the departure of the passenger train, in separate wagons on a rental basis.
Blind dogs carry guide dogs with them for free in all cars.
Transportation of dogs, small animals and birds with passengers in passenger cars, as well as in baggage cars of passenger trains, is paid per piece or place for 20 kg of baggage. Dogs and other small animals when traveling in commuter passenger trains are transported on tickets sold at commuter ticket offices.
On a note! Be warned that you plan to bring your pet with you when booking your ticket, and a corresponding note will be made on the ticket. You must arrive at the airport in advance to arrange transportation.
ADVICE TO TRAVELERS
Uzbek cuisine is one of the most delicious in the East. Some Uzbek recipes have a long history, and cooking is accompanied by various rituals that have survived to this day.
Uzbek cuisine has special traditions in the preparation of all types of dishes: main meat dishes, soups, bakery and confectionery, salads and drinks.
The main meat dishes are characterized by the preparation of fried, high-calorie foods, the widespread use of vegetable and butter, vegetables, spices and herbs.
An important place in the local cuisine is lamb, beef, horse meat, excellent local soups with lots of vegetables, salads from fresh vegetables, dairy products and bread.
If you are a vegetarian, just point out this to the staff and you will be offered a choice of vegetarian dishes.
Uzbek dishes in the cooking process go through several stages of heat treatment, which makes their use not only enjoyable, but also safe.
Still, tourists should consider the high content of calories and protein in Uzbek dishes.
The climate in Uzbekistan is sharply continental, hot and arid. The average temperature in winter (January) ranges from -8 C to +3 C, in the mountainous regions it can drop to -16 C. In summer (July) the temperature in the northern regions of the country is + 26-32 C, while in the south (Termez and Sherabad) comes to + 41-42 C.
Precipitation is about 80 mm per year in the desert lowlands of the northern part of the country, up to 200-300 mm in the western regions, and up to 1000 mm in the mountains. Moreover, the relative air humidity is low all year round (60-65%) almost everywhere, and the maximum rainfall occurs in the autumn-winter period. In winter, significant amounts of snow fall in the mountainous regions, which can stay on the slopes until April-May, and some peaks are covered with it all year round.
The average air temperature in Uzbekistan for months:
Transport and moving
The most convenient way to get to Uzbekistan is by plane.
The flight schedule of the NAC “Uzbekistonkhavoyullari” is available
Domestic flights connect almost all major cities of the country with Tashkent.
International trains run regularly through Uzbekistan. Train timetables are available
Tickets can be bought at the ticket office of railway stations
In Uzbekistan, there are tourist train routes in the direction of the Great Silk Road. From Tashkent by train, you can easily get to Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Termez and other large transport hubs and historical centers.
Official taxis in Uzbekistan have the identification mark “TAXI”. Yellow vehicles work as linear taxis, and in the city of Tashkent – “ivory” colors. Taxi services in the cities of Uzbekistan are relatively cheaper, and they are performed at contractual rates. When using the taxi service (except for a taxi on call), you should bargain in advance and agree on a price. In addition, Yandex Taxi offers its customers high-quality and fast service.
Shooting is allowed in almost all historical and architectural sights, except at airports, at military and strategic sites, in some religious places. Some of them have a separate filming fee, the amount of which is set by the administration.
Payment by international credit cards can be made mainly in large restaurants, hotels.
In shops, catering places and local transport, payment is usually made in cash Uzbek soums.
Money from an international credit card can be cashed at an ATM located in airports, hotels and other tourist facilities throughout the country.
In Uzbekistan, you can easily cash US dollars from international plastic cards Visa and MasterCard. The number of ATMs is constantly increasing not only in the capital, but also in other regions of the country.
You can exchange American dollars, euros, British pounds and Japanese yens for Uzbek sums at exchange offices that are installed in banks, airports, hotels and other tourist facilities of the country.
Dollars can be exchanged for Uzbek sums at any currency exchange point, which are located in all public places.
To become a subscriber of any mobile company in Uzbekistan, when drawing up a subscription contract, a foreign citizen must provide two documents:
national or foreign passport;
a document confirming the right of temporary residence in the territory of Uzbekistan (temporary registration or hotel registration).
The minimum cost for connecting the numbers of all operators is about 1 US $ (payment is made in national currency).
At international airports in Tashkent and Bukhara, you can buy SIM cards from the mobile operator UMS. Offices are open during flights. To do this, you must present a passport with a seal on arrival in Uzbekistan, and pay the required amount for the selected tariff plan. There are also UMS sales points at the central railway station of Tashkent, and at the International and Sayekhat hotels (both in Tashkent). In all other cases, foreign citizens can conclude a subscription agreement only at the central and head offices of mobile operators in cities. The addresses and contacts of these offices can be found further.
The fee for outgoing international and local calls depends on the selected tariff plan.
You can choose a tariff plan and find out about services on the websites of mobile operators (Appendix No. 6).
Many places of tourist attractions have access to Wi-Fi with access to the Internet for free or by prepaid cards for using the Internet service, which can be purchased locally. Uzbektelecom joint-stock company created this opportunity at the locations of the most visited tourist attractions in the republic, as well as at international airports, large hotels and other objects of the tourism industry.
An extensive network of 173 medical emergency medical institutions has been created in Uzbekistan.
The average arrival time of an ambulance is
Emergency medical care in Uzbekistan is provided free of charge. Those in need of urgent medical intervention can always get help at the emergency rooms of hospitals and clinics.
All hotels have the opportunity to receive first aid. Everyone has the right to use the ambulance service. 5-star hotels have a 24-hour medical room.
Medicines are sold in pharmacies (in Uzbek ” Дорихона ” or “Dorixona”). Pharmacies usually work from 9:00 to 18:00. There are also 24-hour pharmacies. Reference Pharmacy Number: (998 71) 140 19 19.
As a rule, medicines are provided with instructions for use in Russian and Uzbek, as well as in the language of the manufacturer. Almost all drugs, with the exception of drugs containing strong tranquilizers and drugs, can be bought at a pharmacy without a prescription.
In case of hospitalization in a local hospital and if long-term treatment is necessary, it is advisable to contact the diplomatic mission of your country.
Specific medicines, such as insulin, are recommended to be taken on a trip in sufficient quantities, while you must have a prescription for using medicines from a doctor.
The Republic of Uzbekistan does not impose requirements regarding vaccination or prophylaxis of persons entering Uzbekistan.
Insurance coverage of foreign tourists
It is recommended that you purchase a medical insurance policy for your stay in Uzbekistan. This will allow you to get the necessary medical care if necessary.
The insurance policy can be purchased both in the host country and in Uzbekistan. The insurance policy must include: the telephone number of the service assistant company, where you need to contact if you need medical attention; information about the insured, insurer, as well as personal data of the insured person; insurance program and insurance conditions (definition of the insured event and applicable exceptions), which, as a rule, are an annex to the insurance policy; amount of the insured amount and insurance premium; the territory of the insurance policy.
Appendix No. 1A
the import by individuals of certain types of goods not subject to customs duties
|№||Name of product||Norms of import of goods per one individual|
|1.||Alcoholic beverages, including beer||total amount no more
|2.||All types of tobacco products||total amount no more
|3.||Perfume and toilet water||total amount no more
|4.||Jewelry made of precious metals and precious stones||total weight no more
Note: the cost of these goods is included in the limit norms for the import of goods by individuals who are not subject to customs duties, established in subparagraph “a” of paragraph 1 of this resolution.
Appendix No. 1B
an individual types of goods
|№||Short title||Norms of export of goods per one individual|
|1.||Rice||total weight not more than 3 kg|
|2.||Bakery products||total weight not more than 5 kg|
|3.||Meat and edible meat offal||total weight no more than 2 kg|
|4.||Sugar||total weight no more than 2 kg|
|5.||Vegetable oils||total weight no more than 2 kg|
|6.||Fresh fruits and vegetables, grapes, gourds, legumes, and also dried vegetables and fruits||total weight not more than 40 kg|
Note: the cost of these goods is included in the limit norm for the export of goods by an individual, established in subparagraph “c” of paragraph 1 of this resolution.
Appendix No. 1C
Quantitative standards * for import through road (pedestrian), railway and river checkpoints of the State border of the Republic of Uzbekistan by individuals of certain goods that are not subject to customs duties
|1.||Fridge||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|2.||Freezer||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|3.||Air conditioning||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|4.||Washer||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|5.||A vacuum cleaner||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|6.||Gas stove||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|7.||Electric stove||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|8.||Television||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|9.||Microwave||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|10.||Oven||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|11.||Electric meat grinder||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|12.||Iron||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|13.||Hair dryer||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|14.||Food processor||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|15.||Telephone set, incl. wrist||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|16.||Computer technology||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|17.||Printer and multifunction office device||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|18.||Tablet PC||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|19.||Laptop||1 unit||6 calendar month|
|20.||Dinnerware||1 set||6 calendar month|
|21.||Other goods **||2 kg of each item (excluding indivisible goods), but not more than 10 kg of total weight||1 calendar month|
* The cost of these goods is included in the limit norms for importing into the republic by an individual goods through road (pedestrian), railway and river checkpoints of the State border of the Republic of Uzbekistan that are not subject to customs duties, established by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 6, 2018 No. PP-3512 “On measures to further streamline the movement of goods by individuals across the customs border.”
Quantitative norms for the import of goods without paying customs duties are applied only at the first crossing by an individual at a state border checkpoint of the Republic of Uzbekistan in a specified period. The basis for determining the fact of crossing the checkpoint of the State border of the Republic of Uzbekistan is the mark of the border services, affixed to the passport of an individual provided to the customs authority.
When importing any of the above goods in excess of the established norms and / or frequency, customs payments will be levied in the prescribed manner.
** This category does not include goods established by Appendix No. 1 to the Resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 6, 2018 No. PP-3512..
Appendix No. 2
electronic devices and high-frequency devices, the import and use of which is allowed on the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan only with the permission of the Ministry of Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan
|Name of electronic equipment and high-frequency devices|
|– furnaces and chambers based on the phenomenon of induction|
|– equipment for heat treatment of materials using the phenomenon of induction or dielectric loss, other|
|– telephones for wired communication with a cordless handset|
|– devices for wired communication systems on a carrier frequency or other digital wire communication systems:|
|– devices for wired communication systems at the carrier frequency of the subheading:|
|– electronic modules|
|– electronic modules|
|– transmitting equipment:|
|transmitting equipment, including a receiving device:|
|– for cellular communication networks (mobile phones)|
Note: excluding the following items:
- a) mobile phones of cellular communication networks (8525 20 910) for personal (individual) use, not more than 1 device, with the exception of mobile phones of global and regional satellite systems;
- b) portable transceiver radios (8525 20) operating in the range 26965-27860 kHz with a power of not more than 5 W;
- c) burglar alarm devices (8525 20) in the range 26945-26965 kHz with a power of not more than 2 W.
Appendix No. 3
permits, as well as authorized bodies for their issuance
|№||Name of permit or other document||Nameauthorized agency||Contacts|
|1||Permission to export export-control objects||Ministry of Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan||100060, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Taras Shevchenko street, 34A
Phone: +998 (71) 238-50-00 E-mail: email@example.com
|2||Permission to import or export hunting and sporting weapons and ammunition||Ministry of the Interior||100029, Tashkent. st. Yunus Razhabiy, 1.
Tel .: +998 (71) 231-36-50.
|3||Certificate for the right to export or temporary export of cultural property from the Republic of Uzbekistan||Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan||100159, Tashkent, st. Taras Shevchenko, 1
Tel +998 (71) 256-4472.
|4||Veterinary certificate||State Veterinary Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan||100123, Tashkent, st. Small ring, 21A.
Tel (fax): (+998 71) 202-12-00;
|5||Phytosanitary certificate Quarantine permit||State Plant Quarantine Inspection under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan||100100, Tashkent, st. Babur, 1-passage, 17
Phone: (+998 71) 253-66-02
|6||Permits for the right to import and export of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and precursors||General Directorate “State Center for Expertise and Standardization of Medicines, Medical Devices and Medical Equipment” of the Agency for the Development of the Pharmaceutical Industry under the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan||100002, Tashkent, st. Ozod (ex. Usmanhodzhaeva), K. Umarov passage, 16.
Tel .: (+998 71) 242-48-93
|7||Permission to import and export wild plants, their parts||State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Ecology and Environmental Protection||100047, Tashkent, Yashnabad district, Toy-Tepa street, 2A
Tel .: (+998 71) 207-07-70
|Permission to import and export wild animals, as well as their parts, waste products, zoological collections, trophies and stuffed animals|
|8||Permits for the import and export of samples of animal and plant species included in Annexes I, II and III of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)|
|9||Permission to import electronic equipment and high-frequency devices||Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility||100115, Tashkent, st. Nukusskaya 22B
Tel .: (+998 71) 202-61-68
of narcotic drugs, the circulation of which in the Republic of Uzbekistan is limited
|№||Name of narcotic drug|
|2.||r-aminopropiophenone (PAPP) and its optical isomers (antidote against cyanides)|
|5.||Amphetamine and combination drugs containing phenamine (amphetamine) *|
|28.||Acetyl dihydrocodeine, dihydrocodeine, nicodicodine, nicocodine, norcodein, folcodeine, ethylmorphine preparations, provided that these preparations are combined with one or more ingredients and that they contain no more than 100 mg of the drug per unit dose, and that the concentration does not exceed 2.5% in undivided preparations|
|29.||Propiram preparations containing not more than 100 mg of propiram per unit dose and combined with at least the same amount of methyl cellulose|
|30.||Dextropropoxyphene preparations taken orally, containing not more than 135 mg of Dextropropoxyphene per unit dose or with a concentration of not more than 2.5% in undivided preparations, provided that these preparations do not contain any substances subject to control under the Convention on Psychotropic Substances 1971 of the year|
|31.||Cocaine preparations containing not more than 0.1% Cocaine in terms of cocaine base, and Opium and Morphine preparations containing not more than 0.2% morphine in terms of anhydrous morphine base, in combination with one or more ingredients in this way that a drug cannot be extracted from this drug using readily practicable methods or in quantities that could pose a public health hazard|
|32.||Diphenoxin preparations containing per unit dose not exceeding 0.5 mg of diphenoxin and atropine sulfate in an amount equivalent to at least 5% of the dose of diphenoxin|
|33.||Diphenoxylate preparations containing per unit dose not exceeding 2.5 mg of diphenoxylate in terms of base and atropine sulfate in an amount equivalent to at least 1% of the dose of diphenoxylate|
|34.||Drugs: Pulvis ipecacuanhae et opii compositus 10% opium powder, 10% Ipecac root powder, well mixed with 80% of any other ingredient in the powder that does not contain any narcotic drugs|
|35.||Preparations made according to any of the formulas indicated in this list, in a mixture of such preparations with any substance that does not contain drugs|
|38.||Tilidine suppositories in different dosages|
|41.||Alnagon tablets (codeine phosphate 20 mg, caffeine 80 mg., Phenobarbital 20 mg, acetylsalicylic acid 20 mg)|
|42.||Combined drugs containing: codeine or its salts in an amount of more than 8 mg (per 1 dose of a solid dosage form), or more than 80 mg (per 100 ml or 100 g of a liquid dosage form).|
|53.||Etaminal Sodium (Pentobarbital) *|
* The drug is included in the list of substances under international control.
The size of a narcotic drug or its analogue, smaller than that found in illicit trafficking, is considered to be small, provided for by the Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan on administrative responsibility.
Control extends to:
all means and substances indicated in this list, no matter what brand names (synonyms) they are indicated, as well as their analogues;
isomers (if those are not specifically excluded) of the narcotic drugs listed in this list, in cases where the existence of such isomers is possible within the framework of this chemical designation;
esters and ethers of the drugs listed in this list;
salts and bases of all narcotic drugs marked with a “*” in this list, if the existence of such salts is possible;
preparations containing narcotic drugs indicated in this list, regardless of their quantity and the presence of neutral components (water, starch, sugar, sodium bicarbonate, talc, etc.);
narcotic drugs marked with a ** in this list, regardless of the presence of any excipients;
in relation to combined drugs containing, in addition to the main controlled psychotropic substance, other pharmacologically active components, control is established individually by including this combined drug in this list.
When determining small, exceeding small and large sizes of narcotic drugs and their analogues, which are in illicit form in the form of tampons, gauze, bandages, etc., impregnated with this drug or its analogue, it is necessary to extract this specific substance with subsequent recalculation of the dry residue.
The sizes for analogues of narcotic drugs are set the same as for drugs, the analog of which they are.
Appendix No. 4B
psychotropic substances, the circulation of which in the republic of uzbekistan is limited
|№||Name of psychotropic substance|
|31.||Clonidine hydrochloride *|
|46.||Clonidine hydrochloride *|
|57.||Pseudoephedrine combined drugs, in an amount of more than 10 mg (per 1 dose of a solid dosage form), or more than 10 mg (per 5 ml or 5 g of a liquid dosage form).|
|58.||Methamphetamine racemate *|
|85.||GHB (γ-hydroxybutyric acid)|
* The drug is included in the list of substances under international control.
The size of a psychotropic substance, smaller than that found in illicit trafficking, is considered to be small, provided for by the Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan on administrative responsibility.
Control extends to:
all means and substances indicated in this list, no matter what brand names (synonyms) they are indicated;
isomers (if those are definitely not excluded) of psychotropic substances listed in this list, in cases where the existence of such isomers is possible within the framework of this designation;
esters of psychotropic substances listed in this list;
salts and bases of all psychotropic substances listed in this list, if the existence of such salts is possible;
preparations containing psychotropic substances indicated in this list, regardless of their quantity and the presence of neutral components (water, starch, sugar, sodium bicarbonate, talc, etc.).
For combination drugs containing, in addition to the main controlled psychotropic substance, other pharmacologically active components, the control is established individually by including this combination drug in this list.
Appendix No. 4C
on the procedure for import and export of medicines and medical devices by individuals for personal use
The procedure for import and export of medicines and medical devices by individuals for personal use
- The import and export of medicines and medical devices without state registration and without customs clearance is allowed if they are intended for:
personal use by individuals during their stay in the country;
treatment of a patient living in the Republic of Uzbekistan and abroad, on the basis of a medical indication confirmed by a medical institution, within the course of treatment;
personal use of diplomatic and administrative-technical personnel of diplomatic and equivalent representative offices, including members of their families living with them;
first aid for passengers of a vehicle arriving in or leaving the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and are included in the medical kit;
treatment of participants in international scientific, cultural, sporting events held in the Republic of Uzbekistan and abroad, as well as participants in international expeditions.
- Medicines and medical devices for import and export by individuals for personal use in the cases provided for in clause 3 of these Regulations should be used exclusively to provide medical care to these people and cannot be transferred or sold to other people.
- Without presenting a document issued by a medical institution of the country of residence or stay, by individuals for personal use, import and export is carried out:
medicines in the amount of up to 10 medicines of various names and not more than 5 packages of medicines of each of them;
medical devices in an amount of not more than 5 units.
In this case, one package should contain:
for solid (tablets, dragees, granules, powders, capsules) dosage forms – not more than 100 units;
for powders used to prepare a solution – not more than 500 g;
for homeopathic medicines in the form of granules – not more than 50 g;
for infusion solutions and solutions taken orally – not more than 500 ml;
solutions for injection – not more than 10 ampoules or not more than 10 bottles;
for external drugs – no more than 200 ml or 200 g.
Medicines and medical devices must be in the manufacturer’s packaging.
Appendix No. 5
folk arts and crafts, created over the past 50 years, the export of which does not require a certificate
|№||Main types||Name of products|
|1.||Ganch carving||chandeliers; sconce; mirrors; round, oval and angular shapes of ornaments; stalactites; friezes; cornices; elements of columns; gratings; figurines; panel; ceiling and wall ornaments and foundations; architectural and construction elements and other decorative and applied products|
|2.||Wood carving||all types of mass production up to 40 cm|
|3.||Bone carving||souvenir products; small plastic; netsuke; caskets; handles for knives, sabers, daggers; inlaid products and other decorative and applied products made of bone|
|4.||Stone carving||balusters, railings; souvenir products; small plastic; netsuke; caskets; writing instruments; candlesticks; heraldry and state symbols; jewelry made of precious and ornamental stones and other decorative and applied products made of stone|
|5.||Wooden handicrafts||kitchen utensils (rolling pins, salt shakers, bread bins, churns, mortars, cutting boards, chakichi); carved wood and plywood; cradles (including beshiki), baby walkers and accessories; decorative and other household frames, decorative slats; picture frames (baguette); turning curly products; backgammon; chess boards and pieces|
|6.||Metal and tin products||patterned pipes and drains; cast products (door and window handles, heck, chains, bells, candlesticks); kitchen utensils (kitchen knives, skimmers, ladles, colanders, a sieve, mantyshnitsa); household utensils (hangers, washbasins, staples, awnings, ketmen, choppers, rakes, forks); tools for carving wood, plaster, stone; souvenir products (earrings, rings, bracelets, jewelry)|
|7.||Sabers, daggers and knives||all kinds of national sabers (souvenir), daggers and knives|
|8.||Hammered Products||bowls, plates, trays, vases, chilim, candlesticks, chandeliers, sconces, staples, door rings, door and window awnings, handles, chains, domes, locks; handles, scabbard for knives, sabers and daggers; kitchen utensils|
|9.||Porcelain, earthenware, ceramics||tandoor; products up to 40 cm|
|10.||Hand carpet weaving||rugs, felt products|
|11.||Hand weaving and knitting||satin, snipe, adras, turban, fabrics made from natural silk, cotton, wool and synthetic threads; knitted products manually and mechanically (down and woolen shawls, gloves, mittens, jurabs, socks, hats)|
|12.||Glass products||sconces, small plastic, souvenirs, jewelry (amulets, tasbekhs, beads) made using the technique of artistic blowing; products made with a pattern and ornament on glass, mirror|
|13.||Gold sewing products||all types of products made using the technique of gold embroidery|
|14.||Embroidery||small items with hand embroidery (50 cm x 50 cm)|
|15.||Heel and stitching||products made from various types of fabric and made using the heel technique; batik; national clothes, national blankets and kurpachi, pillows (lula bolish); Belts ribbons (zhiyaki); bags.|
|16.||National bathrobes and hats||bathrobes (chapans, yaktaks, vests, baby bathrobes, wedding gowns); skullcaps; hats; turban; hats made of fur, astrakhan fur and hand-weaving materials|
|17.||Musical instruments||all kinds of national musical instruments|
|18.||Miniature, painting, ornamental and enamel painting||miniature, pictorial and ornamental painting on pumpkin, bone, papier-mâché, skin; paper.|
|19.||Products from volumetric and figured forms of molding||products made using the casting technique of natural and synthetic building materials (stalactites, friezes, frames, cornices, chandeliers; sconces; round, oval and angular forms of ornaments; columns; elements of architectural decor, as well as products made by handicraft method from copper, bronze cast iron|
|20.||Small sculptural plastic||sculptural forms made of various types of natural and artificial materials (gypsum, chamotte, copper, bronze, aluminum, bone, wood, stone, ceramics, porcelain, earthenware) except for sculptural plastic over 50 cm high|
|21.||Toys||toys and dolls made of wood, metal, gypsum, fabric, ceramics and other natural and artificial materials|
|22.||Weaving||wickerwork made from plant materials (reeds, willow, straws, vines, branches of various trees)|
|23.||Leather goods and shoes||women’s ichigi (maxi) and ladles; men’s chrome ichigi and ladles; women’s, canvas, tarpaulin and nightmare boots; women’s sandals; slippers and handmade shoes; saddles and harnesses, ropes and accessories to them; leather collars, belts, belts and accessories; manual dressing and manufacturing of national vests|
|24.||Souvenir products||souvenir and gift products made of various natural and artificial materials (amulets, tasbehi, beads, earrings, rings, bracelets, jewelry, belts, badges)|
Appendix No. 6
Mobile prefixes and useful phones
|(+998 98)||(+998 93)
|(+998 97)||(+998 95)
185 00 55
305 11 11
180 00 00
130 03 09
200 09 09
When calling from a landline to mobile: 1. For prefixes 90 – you need to dial 0 590 then the phone number. 2. For prefixes 91 – you need to dial 0 591 then the phone number. 3. For prefixes 93 – you need to dial 0 593 then the phone number. 4. For prefixes 94 – you need to dial 0 594 further the phone number. In this case, make sure that you have connected to the long-distance telephone connection.
When calling from mobile to mobile: 1. For 90 prefixes – you need to dial +998 90 ХХХ ХХ ХХ2. For prefixes 91 – you need to dial +998 91 ХХХ ХХ ХХ3. For prefixes 93 – you need to dial +998 93 ХХХ ХХ ХХ4. For 94 prefixes – you need to dial +998 94 ХХХ ХХ ХХ
|Help services:||Emergency services:|
|Telephone and address directory||1059||Fire Service||101|
|Pharmacy Help||140 09 09||Militia||102|
|Help desk at Tashkent Airport||140 28 01/02/03/04||Gas emergency service||104|
Appendix No. 7
Useful Internet Resources
Official sites of government
|uzbektourism.uz||The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for tourism development|
|mfa.uz||Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|mvd.uz||Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|customs.uz||State Customs Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|soliq.uz||State Tax Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|mift.uz||Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|minzdrav.uz||Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|minjust.uz||Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
Reference information and more
|uzbekistan.travel||Tourism industry portal|
|goldenpages.uz||“Golden Pages” business directory of Uzbekistan|
|afisha.uz||Affiche of cinemas and theaters, information about concerts, exhibitions and parties|
|tashkent.uz||Information about the city of Tashkent|
|visitkhorezm.uz||Tourist portal of Khorezm|
|visitkashkadarya.uz||Tourist portal of Kashkadarya|
|lex.uz||Legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|uza.uz||National News Agency of Uzbekistan|
|uzreport.uz||Uzbekistan business news|
|jahonnews.uz||Information Agency “Dune” under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
|uzairways.com||National airline “Uzbekistan Airways”|
|cbu.uz||Central Bank of Uzbekistan|
|nbu.com||National Bank of Uzbekistan|
|kdb.uz||Uzbek-Korean Development Bank “UzKDB”|
|asakabank.uz||Joint-Stock Commercial Bank “Asaka”|
|kapitalbank.uz||Joint-Stock Commercial Bank Kapitalbank|
|hamkorbank.uz||Joint-Stock Commercial Bank “Hamkorbank”|
|ipakyulibank.com||Ipak Yuli Bank|
|xb.uz||People’s Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan|
Information on diplomatic missions foreign countries in Uzbekistan
|№||Country||Address||Phone||Fax||e-mail / website|
|1||Azerbaijan||Tashkent city, st. Shark of Tonga, No. 25||998 712 078 010||998 712 078 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Algeria||Tashkent city, st. Mirokilov, No. 41||+99871 2815054, +99871 2815565||998 781 206 180||algerie.uz, email@example.com|
|3||Afghanistan||Tashkent city, st. Batumiy, cottage number 1||+99871 2267380, +99871 2267390||998 712 266 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Consulate General of Afghanistan in Termez||G. Termez, st. Sulton Saodat, No. email@example.com|
|5||Bangladesh||Tashkent city, st. H. Suleymanov, No. 56-58||+99871 2556520, +99871 2551971||998 781 206 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Belarus||Tashkent city, st. Y. Gulyamov, No. 75||+99878 1207511, +99878 1207256||998 781 207 email@example.com|
|7||Bulgaria||Tashkent city, st. Rakatboshi, No. 52||998 712 564 888||+99878 1203373, +99871 2554017||Embassy.Tashkent@mfa.bg,|
|8||Vatican||Tashkent city, st. Musakhonov, No. 80/1||998 712 337 035||998 712 337 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||Great Britain||Tashkent city, st. Y. Gulyamov, No. 67||998 781 201 500||998 781 201 email@example.com, https://www.gov.uk/world/uzbekistan/news|
|10||Hungary||Tashkent city, st. Bogiravon, No. 63-65||+99871 2307182, +99871 2307184||998 712 266 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|11||Vietnam||Tashkent city, st. Sh. Rashidov, No. 100||+99871 2356493, +99871 2358672||998 781 206 email@example.com,, firstname.lastname@example.org, vnembassy-tashkent.mofa.gov.vn|
|12||Germany||Tashkent city, st. Sh. Rashidov, No. 15||998 781 208 440||998 781 208 email@example.com|
|13||Georgia||Tashkent city, st. Firdavsiy, No. 7||+99871 2358680, +99878 1501302, +99878 1501303||998 712 358 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|14||Jewish Union Delegation||Tashkent city, st. A.Temur, No. 107B, 15th floor||+99878 1201601, +99878 1201602, +99878 1201603, +99878 1201604||998 781 201 email@example.com, eeas.europa.eu/delegations/uzbekistan|
|15||Egypt||Tashkent city, st. Kohinur, 10/53||+99878 1206021, +99878 1205008||998 781 205 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|16||Israel||Tashkent city, st. A. Kakhhor, No. 3A||+99878 1407500, +99878 1407505||998 781 205 email@example.com|
|17||India||Tashkent city, st. Korabulok, No. 15/16||+99878 1400997, +99878 1400983, +99878 1400998||+99878 1400987 +99878 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|18||Indonesia||Tashkent city, st. Y. Gulyamov, No. 73||+99871 2320236, +99871 2320237, +99871 2320238||+99878 1206540 +99871 email@example.com|
|19||Jordan||Tashkent city, st. Farkhod, No. 9||+99871 2742479, +99871 2742833||998 781 401 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|20||Iran||Tashkent city, st. Parkent, No. 20||+99878 1506065, +99878 1506050||998 781 506 email@example.com|
|21||Italy||Tashkent city, st. Yusuf Khos Ҳozhib, No. 40||+99871 2521119, +99871 2521120, +99871 2521121, +99871 2521123||998 781 206 firstname.lastname@example.org, ambtashkent.esteri.it|
|22||Kazakhstan||Tashkent city, st. Fidocor, No. 23||998 712 521 654||998 712 521 email@example.com, mfa.gov.kz/ru/tashkent|
|23||Kyrgyzstan||Tashkent city, st. Niyozbek, No. 30||+99871 2372496, +99871 2374792, +99871 2370796||+998 71 120 72 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|24||China||Tashkent city, st. Y. Gulyamov, No. 79||998 712 338 088||+99871 2334735 +99871 email@example.com, uz.chineseembassy.org/chn/|
|25||Kuwait||Tashkent city, st. Batumiy, No. 2||+99878 1291037, +99878 1291036||998 781 291 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|26||Latvia||Tashkent city, st. Lashkarbegi, No. 16a||+99871 2372215, +99871 2370851||998 781 207 email@example.com|
|27||Malaysia||Tashkent city, st. God Sarah, No. 28||+99871 2563027, +99871 2563299||998 712 523 firstname.lastname@example.org, kln.gov.my/web/uzb_tashkent/home|
|28||United Arab Emirates||Tashkent city, st. Nasaf, No. 38||+99878 1400007, +99878 1401116, +99878 1401117, +99878 1401118||998 781 401 113||TashkentEmb@mofaic.gov.ae|
|29||Оман||Tashkent city, st. Rakatboshi, No. 6||+99878 1400533, +99871 2561207||998 781 400 email@example.com|
|30||Pakistan||Tashkent city, st. A. Avlony, No. 80/82||998 712 539 846||998 712 309 firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com|
|31||Poland||Tashkent city, st. Firdavsiy, No. 66||+99878 1208650, +99878 1208652||998 781 208 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|32||The Republic of Korea||Tashkent city, st. Afrosiyob, No. 7||+99871 2523151, +99871 2523152||998 781 400 email@example.com, overseas.mofa.go.kr/uz-ru/index.do|
|33||Russia||Tashkent city, st. Nukus, No. 83||+99878 1203502, +99878 1203504||+99878 1203509, +99878 firstname.lastname@example.org, www.russia.uz|
|34||Romania||Tashkent city, st. Zanzhibog, No. 44A||998 712 526 355||998 781 207 email@example.com, taskent.mae.ro|
|35||Saudi Arabia||Tashkent city, st. Bobur, No. 3A||+99871 2815101, +99871 2815104||+99871 2815106, +99871 firstname.lastname@example.org, embassies.mofa.gov.sa/sites/Uzbekistan|
|36||Slovakia||Tashkent city, st. Kichik Beshegoch, No. 38||+99878 1206852, +99871 2555565||998 781 206 email@example.com|
|37||USA||Tashkent city, st. Moikurgon kўch., No. 3||998 781 205 450||998 781 206 335||TashkentInfo@state.gov, uz.usembassy.gov/|
|38||Tajikistan||Tashkent city, st. A.Kahhor, No. 61||+99871 2156775, +99871 2549966||998 712 548 firstname.lastname@example.org, tajembuz.tj|
|39||Turkmenistan||Tashkent city, st. Afrosiyob, No. 87||+99871 2569402 +99871 2569406||998 712 569 email@example.com, uzbekistan.tmembassy.gov.tm|
|40||Turkey||Tashkent city, st. Y. Gulyamov, No. 87||+99878 1130300, +99878 1130343||998 781 130 firstname.lastname@example.org, taskent.be.mfa.gov.tr|
|41||Ukraine||Tashkent city, st. Y. Gulyamov, No. 68||+99871 2335280, +99871 2335596, +99871 2339971||998 712 331 email@example.com|
|42||Falastin||Tashkent city, st. Constitution, No. 19||+99871 2549418, +99871 2156230||998 712 544 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|43||France||Tashkent city, st. Istikbol, No. 25||998 712 338 100||998 712 335 email@example.com, uz.ambafrance.org/|
|44||Czech||Tashkent city, stupid 3rd Navnihol, No. 6||+99878 1206071, +99878 1205521||998 781 206 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|45||Switzerland||Tashkent, stupid. 1st Shota Rustaveli, No. 4||+99878 1206738, +99878 1206739, +99878 1205454, +99878 1205455,||+99878 1206259, +99878 email@example.com|
|46||Japan||Tashkent city, st. S. Azimov, No. 28||+99878 1208060, +99878 1208061, +99878 1208062, +99878 1208063||+99878 1208075, +99878 firstname.lastname@example.org, www.uz.emb-japan.go.jp|
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