Uzbekistan representative elected as member of IPU Executive Committee
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A delegation of Uzbekistan, consisting of members of parliament, takes part in the 141st Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
The Inter-Parliamentary Union - founded in 1889, is an international parliamentary organization uniting national groups of members of parliaments. The promotion of inter-parliamentary relations, ensuring peace and international security, as well as joining efforts to strengthen cooperation of joint activities are the main objectives of this organization. Currently, 178 world parliaments are members of the IPU. On 13 October 2017, the Republic of Uzbekistan renewed membership in the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).
IPU works closely with the UN, shares its goals and objectives. He was granted observer organization status at the UN General Assembly.
At the 141st IPU Assembly for approval by the IPU Eurasian Group IPU for 2020-2022 as a member of the IPU Executive Committee The candidate of the chairman of the Oliy Majlis Committee on Democratic Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations and Self-Government Bodies of Citizens, Academician Akmal Saidov was nominated.
Today, on 18 October, at a summit meeting, the candidacy of Akmal Saidov was approved. He was elected to the IPU Executive Committee from the IPU Eurasian Group.