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Сартин Орн
Republic of Uzbekistan
O‘zbekiston Respublikasi
Ўзбекистон Республикаси
ЧастрNational Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Хотл Балһсн
(Аһу Ик Балһсн бас)
Tashkent
41° 16′ N, 69° 13′ E / 41.267, 69.217
Келн Uzbek
Орн нутгин келн улс Karakalpak
Language for inter-ethnic
communication
Russian
Орн нутгин улс  80.0% Uzbek
5.5% Russian
5.0%-5.5% (Official Uzbek Statistics), (30% Foltz, Cordell, Jonson) Tajik[1][2][3][4]
3.0% Kazakh
2.5% Karakalpak
1.5% Tatar
2.5% Others [5]
Улсин нерн Uzbekistani;>[6] also Uzbek
Залвр Presidential Republic
 -  President Islam Karimov
 -  Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyoyev
Independence from the Soviet Union 
 -  Formation 17471 
 -  Uzbek SSR 27 October 1924 
 -  Declared 1 September 1991 
 -  Recognized 8 December 1991 
 -  Completed 25 December 1991 
Аһу
 -  Бүклдән 447 400 km2 (56th)
172 742 sq mi 
 -  Усна аһу (%) 4.9
Олн улс
 -  2009 estimate 27,606,007 [7] (45th)
 -  Олн улсин нигтнь 61.4/km2 (136th)
159,1/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $78.338 billion[8] 
 -  Per capita $2,806[8] 
GDP (nominal) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $32.816 billion[8] 
 -  Per capita $1,175[8] 
Gini (2000) 26.8 0.21 (low) (95th)
HDI (2007) 0.710[9] (medium) (119th)
Currency Uzbekistan som (O'zbekiston so'mi) (UZS)
Цагин бус UZT (UTC+5)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (UTC+5)
Drives on the right
ТЛД .uz
Calling code 998
1 As Bukharian Emirate, Kokand Khanate, Khwarezm.

Заалтс[чиклх | править исходный текст]

  1. Svante E. Cornell, "Uzbekistan: A Regional Player in Eurasian Geopolitics?", European Security, vol. 20, no. 2, Summer 2000.
  2. Richard Foltz, "The Tajiks of Uzbekistan", Central Asian Survey, 15(2), 213–216 (1996).
  3. Karl Cordell, "Ethnicity and Democratisation in the New Europe", Published by Routledge, 1999. Excerpt from pg 201: "Consequently, the number of citizens who regard themselves as Tajiks is difficult to determine. Tajikis within and outside of the republic, Samarkand State University (SamGU) academic and international commentators suggest that there may be between six and seven million Tajiks in Uzbekistan, constituting 30% of the republic's 22 million population, rather than the official figure of 4.7%(Foltz 1996;213; Carlisle 1995:88).
  4. Lena Jonson, "Tajikistan in the New Central Asia", Published by I.B.Tauris, 2006. pg 108: "According to official Uzbek statistics there are slightly over 1 million Tajiks in Uzbekistan or about 4% of the population. The unofficial figure is over 6 million Tajiks. They are concentrated in the Sukhandarya, Samarqand and Bukhara regions."
  5. [1]
  6. CIA World Factbook, Uzbekistan
  7. World Population Prospects, Table A.1
  8. 8,0 8,1 8,2 8,3 Uzbekistan
  9. Human Development Report 2009: Uzbekistan