Public holidays in Uzbekistan

Public holidays in Uzbekistan:[1]

Fixed date

Date Uzbek name Russian name English name / Brief info
January 1 Yangi Yil Bayrami Новый Год New Year's Day
March 8 Xalqaro Xotin-Qizlar Kuni Международный Женский День International Women's Day
March 21 Navro'z Bayrami Навруз Nowruz (Persian New Year)
May 9 Xotira va Qadirlash Kuni День Памяти и Почестей Day of Remembrance and Honor - Introduced by President Islam Karimov as a commemoration of those who suffered in the war against fascism during World War II and who sacrificed their lives for freedom of the country.[2]
September 1 Mustaqillik Kuni День Независимости Independence Day
October 1 O'qituvchi va Murabbiylar Kuni День Учителя и Наставника Teacher's Day
December 8 Konstitutsiya Kuni День Конституции Constitution Day

Variable date

References

  1. ^ "National holidays of Uzbekistan". Archived from the original on 2017-04-23. Retrieved 2009-02-27.
  2. ^ "Their memory lives on" Archived 2012-05-16 at the Wayback Machine


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