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Briefing in the embassy of China

24.07.2006 14:54:49
A briefing with the participation of media representatives was held in Tashkent at the Embassy of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of Uzbekistan on 21 July.

The adviser of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of Uzbekistan, Cui Guojie and the leader of the department for working with the press, Chen Wei Wei, who had presented this new structure in the diplomatic mission of the friendly country, addressed journalists.

Representatives of the media were presented and announced information on the results of the first six months of economic development of China and cultural events to be held soon in the capital of Uzbekistan.

In particular, it was noted that China's economy is developing vigorously, which, particularly is indicated by the growth of Beijing's GDP, which within the indicated period was 12.3%, i.e., higher than the average annual rates of growth in the last decade – 11.1%.

But the total volume of export and import of the production of new and high technologies in China was 235.36 billion US dollars, having increased in comparison with the same period of last year by 30.6%.

Days of Chinese cinema in Uzbekistan is amongst the cultural events to be presented.

The films festival of the immense country [China] will be held from 28 July during 10 days.

A special feature of this action is that for the first time six most prominent Chinese films of late years will be demonstrated not in cinemas, but through television channels of Uzbekistan.

This action will take place under the support of the Embassy of Chinese People's Republic, the Fund for "Forum of culture and art of Uzbekistan" and the Uzbek cinema national agency.

The opening ceremony of the days of Chinese cinema will take place on 28 July in the Palace of Art named after Alisher Navoi.

Masters of the Mukam company of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the Chinese People's Republic will rejoice admirers of art in the capital's Turkiston Palace on 29-30 July with their lambent dances, fascinating by playing on the national musical instruments and by the tunefulness of the performance of ancient folk songs.

The concert is organized with the assistance of the Uzbek party, and also the Chinese association on foreign cultural relations and its branch in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, the Chinese national cultural center in Uzbekistan, the Uyghur national cultural center, Chinese companies and restaurants operating in the territory of Uzbekistan, which, according to the adviser, rendered invaluable financial assistance.

Cui Guojie said: "Relations between our states are rapidly developing on the stable basis, and now we will take many cultural and enlightenment measures in Uzbekistan".