National Anthem

The Republic of Uzbekistan


The Republic of Uzbekistan one of the largest country in the region, which has a special geographical and geopolitical position in Central Asia with abundance of  natural and human resources.

Uzbekistan consists of 12 provinces and the Autonomous Republic of Karakalpakstan.

Independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Uzbekistan was proclaimed in August 31, 1991.

National currency: Sum is the National currency of Uzbekistan.

1 Sum = 100 tiyins (small coin). Notes are in denominations of 10 000, 5000 , 1000, 500, 200, 100 sum.


The law “Of the State Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan” was adopted on July 2, 1992 at the tenth session of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The emblem is an image of the rising sun over the mountains, rivers and flowering valley, surrounded by a wreath of wheat spikes and cotton boxes. In the center of the coat of arms is depicted a fairy bird Humo with spread wings – a symbol of happiness and freedom of the Uzbek people. The octagon in the upper part of the coat of arms is a sign of the republic’s approval.

The image of the sun – symbolizes the light that illuminates the path of the Uzbekistan, and points to the unique natural and climatic conditions of the country.

The spikes are a symbol of bread, and the stems with the opening boxes of cotton are the white gold of our land. Spikes and cotton boxes, intertwined with the ribbon of the National Flag, mean the consolidation of the peoples living in the republic.



The law “Of the State Flag of the Republic of Uzbekistan” was adopted on November 18, 1991 at the eighth session of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Symbols of the National Flag reflect the natural features of the republic and the national and cultural identity of the people.

The blue color on the flag is a symbol of a cloudless sky and clspike water. This color has always been revered in the East, it was once chosen as a flag by the great Amir Temur.

White color – a symbol of peace and purity and it means a good wish to the path of a young independent state to be clean and bright.

Green is the embodiment of a fertile nature.

Red stripes are a symbol of life. The crescent corresponds to the centuries-old tradition of the people of Uzbekistan, it is a symbol of heaven and peace. 12 stars symbolize 12 regions of Uzbekistan.


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