On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.

On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.

On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.

18/09 2020

On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.

On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia. The center was founded on the joint initiative of Dr. Dmitry Voyakin, Director of the International Institute for Central Asian Studies, and Mr. Obidzhon Khafizovich Khamidov, Rector of Bukhara State University. The agreement was signed within the framework of the Memorandum of Mutual Cooperation signed in 2018 between IICAS and BSU. The opening ceremony was attended by Mr. Abror Zhuraev, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation of the BSU, Mr. Zhamshid Zhuraev, Dean of the Faculty of History and Cultural Heritage, which closely cooperated with IICAS to make the Center open, as well as scientists and researchers of BSU. On the part of IICAS, the ceremony was attended by Mr. Sukhrob Babayev, Director for Strategic Development of IICAS.

The aim of the creation of the International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia is to upgrade the quality of research in relevant areas and consolidate efforts to more effectively address the study and preservation the cultural heritage of Central Asia.

The center is located in one of the office premises of BSU, kindly provided by the university administration.

The work of the center is aimed to implement projects that will involve both international experts in the field of cultural heritage and the faculty, researchers and students of the University. It is anticipated that in the near future, this cooperation will help set up a platform to share knowledge and experience between researchers of both BSU and other regional universities and their colleagues from the universities abroad.

In addition, the center plans to attract professors and researchers to deliver guest lectures and conduct practical workshops for the students at BSU.

Office equipment and supplies and a set of books published by IICAS were donated to the Bukhara State University for the needs of the newly created International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.

The parties agreed on the need to establish closer mutual academic and research ties to create favorable conditions for the development of the new Center.

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On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.
On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.
On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.
On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.
On September 16, 2020, an agreement signing ceremony took place at Bukhara State University (BSU) to mark the opening of the joint International Research Center for the Study and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Central Asia.