Humanitarian, human rights and development aid in Central Asia – Update on 15/04/23

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On 12 April, the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United Nations Development Programme jointly launched a “global framework program to support early action in Tashkent, reported the press service of the Ministry of Natural Resources, relayed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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