According to the decision of the Special Republican Commission on the preparation of the Program of measures to prevent the importation and spread of a new type of coronavirus in the Republic of Uzbekistan from 30 June 2020, Uzbek citizens coming from countries where the incidence of coronavirus infection has not decreased, and stateless persons with permanent residence in Uzbekistan can voluntarily go through the quarantine period at hotels at their own expense.
Aviasales.uz implements the “Discover Uzbekistan” project to support small and medium-sized businesses in the tourism sector. This is a platform for potential tourists, where in a couple of clicks they can find all the necessary information for planning a trip to Uzbekistan. The project is supported by Ravnaq bank.
On 24 June, the Embassy of Uzbekistan in China, with the participation of representatives of the State Committee for Tourism, held talks with the Foreign Affairs Office of Sichuan in the form of video-conference.
The 65th meeting of the European Regional Commission of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has opened in Samarkand.
Aziz Abdukhakimov put forward new initiatives at the V meeting of Ministers of Tourism of the Cooperation Council of Turkic-speaking states
A resolution of the President of Uzbekistan “On additional measures for the development of the tourism sector with strict observance of the requirements of the enhanced sanitary and epidemiological safety regime” was adopted.
Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the State Committee for Tourism Development, Aziz Abduhakimov, will take part in the V meeting of Ministers for Tourism of the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States (CCTS), which will be held on 23 June 2020 in video conference mode.
A foreign tourist in the event of infection with a coronavirus infection in Uzbekistan may receive compensation in the amount of US$3,000.
In order to encourage local and foreign tourists to travel around Uzbekistan, create convenient infrastructure, promote the tourism potential of the region, create open-air museum towns that reflect our great history, comprehensive measures have been developed to improve museums and theaters, in the direction of which certain work is being carried out.
The hotel industry of Uzbekistan is one of the fastest and most successfully developing sectors of the economy, growing by 15-20% annually. Today we can confidently say that it resisted during the crisis, but has not yet fully recovered.