Profile of Uzbekistan (DO bUSINESS WITH UZBEKISTAN)

Uzbekistan Country Profile
General Information
The Republic of Uzbekistan (O’zbekiston Respublikasi), or simply Uzbekistan, is a landlocked country located in central Central Asia.
Uzbekistan is a landlocked country in central Central Asia and one of the world’s two doubly landlocked countries.
It is one of the world’s two dual landlocked countries. Bordered by the Aral Sea to the northwest, Uzbekistan is bordered by Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
It is bordered by Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. It is strategically located
It is strategically located at the crossroads of Central Europe and Central Asia, which connects the West with the North and the South, and has a total area of 447,400 square kilometers.
It covers a total area of 447,400 square kilometers. Uzbekistan is a famous ancient country of the Silk Road.
Historically, Uzbekistan has had longstanding ties with China along the Silk Road. Uzbekistan
A number of religious buildings and mausoleums dating from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries have survived in Uzbekistan.
Madras Theological Seminary, the Ismaybkali Mosque and ancient mausoleums offer a glimpse into the remains of the ancient empire of Central Asia.
a glimpse of the ancient empire of Central Asia.
Climate
The climate is continental with severe aridity, the average temperature in August is 25-32℃, and the average temperature in January is -6-3℃.
The average temperature in August is 25-32℃, and the average temperature in January is -6-3℃. The winter is cold, with constant rain and snow; the summer is hot, dry and rainless, and the days are hot and the nights are cool.
The summer is hot, dry and rainless, with hot days and cool nights.
Disease prevention
The health care system in Ukraine is relatively good, but the facilities are not in good condition. Most of the medicines come from Russia and Eastern European
The medicine mostly comes from Russia and Eastern European countries. Drinking water in Uzbekistan has a high alkaline content, so it is advisable to drink pure water.
Pre-trip preparation

  1. Meeting etiquette
    The social atmosphere in Uzbekistan is very good, so people have a high level of etiquette.
    When men meet, they often shake hands, but before doing so, they bow with their right hand on their chest. Women
    sex are accustomed to hugging, but also bow with the right hand on the chest before hugging. Elders may
    kiss their juniors on the cheek or forehead. When visiting an Uzbek home
    If you are a guest in an Uzbek home, you should follow the host’s wishes, drinking if you are served a drink and eating if you are served food.
    This is what is considered polite. When you talk to people, you must be respectful, not spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit, spit.
    No hiccups, coughing.
  2. Etiquette
    In public occasions, the requirements of the dress must be neat, elegant behavior. If
    wearing undershirts, shorts and other clothing, you can not go to other people’s homes, much less into the mosque, and can not go to public places.
    Mosque, or in a public place. When Muslims are worshipping, they are not allowed to
    walking around and talking loudly.
  3. Dress code
    The Uzbek dress code is characterized by a preference for embroidered hats, which are brightly colored and exquisitely crafted. Embroidery
    There are many patterns of flowers and many styles of hats. Both men and women like to wear them. However, women
    However, women also wear headscarves, which are more fancy when they are young and whiter when they are old. The younger they are, the fancier they are, and the older they are, the whiter they are.
    The young people love to wear pleated, bright colors; the older ones are mostly black or coffee.
    color. Their favorite footwear is embroidered leather shoes, which are very beautiful, plus overshoes, or leather shoes, which are also used as rain shoes in snowy and rainy days.
    They like to wear embroidered leather shoes, which are very beautiful, plus overshoes, i.e. leather shoes, which are also used as rain shoes in snowy and rainy days. The women are especially fond of decorations, such as necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings and so on.
    bracelets, rings and so on. The men wear robes and wear belts around their waists, which are actually triangular embroidered scarves.
    triangular embroidered scarf. The collar, cuffs, and front placket of shirts are mostly embroidered with flowers or lace.
    Elderly underwear is mostly white, robes are mostly black, generally wear leather shoes.
  4. Dietary etiquette
    The people of Uzbekistan mainly eat meat, milk, rice and noodles.
    They eat meat, milk, rice and noodles in many ways, and the food is delicious, with fewer vegetables and not many fruits. In their daily lives, they often eat noodles, such as naan and noodles.
    In their daily lives, they often eat noodles, such as naan and noodles, which can be cold, pulled, machine-operated or hand-rolled.
    The noodles they often eat include cold noodles, pulled noodles, machine noodles, hand-rolled noodles, etc.; the rice they often eat includes rice and hand-rolled rice; the meat they often eat includes barbecued meat,
    roasted meat buns, meat soup, etc., with beef, mutton and horse meat, as well as cream, yogurt, milk tea and other
    common products. Potato roast beef is their favorite food. There are special foods such as putting rice
    rice, cooked meat, yogurt, and onions mixed with pepper and topped with broth. This kind of
    rice has good flavor and nutrition. They have many varieties of rice, which are very unique, including vegetarian,
    sweet and meaty, with different flavors and nutrients depending on the spices. Elderly people before the meal
    Before the meal, the elderly have to do religious rituals, called “Duwa”. When eating at home, the elders take the upper seats, the younger
    Children and women eat at separate tables.
    5 . Tourism etiquette
    Uzbekistan is rich in natural and cultural attractions. The capital, Tashkent, is a tourist center with easy access to public transportation.
    Tashkent, the capital, is a tourist center with convenient transportation, and is an ancient historical city.
    There were villages and towns in Tashkent in the second century B.C., and handicrafts and commerce were well developed.
    The city is known as the cultural center of Central Asia. Nowadays, there are research institutes for oil, geology, minerals, agriculture, hydrology and so on,
    agricultural, hydrological and other research institutes. Samarkand has many more places of interest, including the famous Gul.
    Amir’s Mausoleum, Shah Jindal’s Mausoleum, Woodruber Observatory, the palace of the Timurid Empire
    The Himalayan people call Central Asia’s “The Himalayas”. Hijra, known as the “Little Mecca” of Central Asia, is a center of Islamic studies, with a number of seminaries and higher education institutes of Islam.
    It is a center of Islamic studies, with a number of seminaries and institutions of higher learning in Islam. This historic city is world famous and was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1993.
    In 1993 it was declared a World Heritage Site. The Cheyar Bazaar is the center of artisanal craftsmanship.
    There are a lot of folk handicrafts, especially carpets, jewelry, pottery, arts and crafts.
    The bazaar is a must-visit place for tourists, especially for carpets, jewelry, pottery, arts and crafts. Special attention should be paid to protecting the environment.
    It is strictly prohibited to bathe and pour dirt in monasteries, cemeteries, water sources, monuments and natural scenic spots.
    The main customs of the city are
  5. Main customs
    The Uzbek people have two main specialties and two main features. The two main specialties are the ability to sing and dance and the craft of embroidery.
    embroidery. Dancing and singing take place on holidays in many forms: large-scale, group, individual and family.
    large-scale, group, individual and family dances, and in many forms. The sheets, pillowcases, hats and clothes they use are all embroidered, and are usually embroidered.
    are embroidered, generally very fine, and the most prestigious embroidered disk, exquisite craftsmanship.
    The two main features are: first, the heating pit stove is special, there is called the fire pit, that is, in the center of the house to dig a
    Big pit, inside the stove fire, and cooking, and heating. Heating is not general heating, and
    the wooden boards were put on the edge of the pit, and people could sleep on the wooden boards, like a wooden kang, which was very
    This is very unique. Another characteristic is that there are many children, as many as dozens in each family and as few as a few. Since there is no birth policy, people’s attitudes
    there is no birth policy, people’s concept is to have many children, so every family is liberalized and has many children, so it is one of the most beautiful places in the world.
    Therefore, it is a country with a high proportion of young people in the world.
    Their annual religious festivals include Mezze, Gurbon, and Sacred Discipline Day, when they are decorated with lights, sermons, and praises of the Bible.
    The mosques, in particular, are bustling with activity, and in some mosques, oil is deep-fried.
    In some mosques, oil is fried, sheep are slaughtered, cattle are slaughtered, meals are served, and some are divided into equal portions, one for each visitor, or one for each family.
    The people who come to the mosque have a share each, or each family has a share. Because of the abundance of cotton in this region, there are also annual cotton festivals and singing festivals.
    Festival of Cotton Flowers and Singing Festival. In addition, there is the Independence Day celebration, which is an official commemorative event organized by the government.
    The government organizes official commemorative events. There is also a special ceremony called the Sumac Mal Ceremony, in which sweet porridge is made in every home and distributed to the families with songs and dances.
    The sweet porridge is made in every house and given to each family with songs and dances and is considered to be the best.
  6. Main taboos
    Because they believe in Islam, so avoid eating pigs, dogs, donkeys and all animal blood.
    You can’t take off your hat when eating. The food can not be picked and picked, sniffing and touching the rub. They must wash their hands before meals.
    After washing hands, it is forbidden to fling them around, and you should dry your hands with a towel. When eating naan, you can’t take the whole naan and put it in your mouth.
    Put it in your mouth. When there is a young woman in the house, outsiders are forbidden to enter. When there is a young woman in the house, outsiders are forbidden to enter.
    entry into the house of a newlywed couple.
    Customs regulations in Uzbekistan
    Customs regulations for the entry of individuals:
    As of January 1, 2018, customs at Uzbekistan’s international airports are divided into red and
    green channels. The red channel is a declaration channel and the green channel is an undeclared channel. Incoming and outgoing
    Passengers entering or leaving the country choose to go through customs procedures according to the items they are carrying. Incoming passengers with the following conditions may choose the green channel.
    Incoming passengers with the following conditions can choose the green channel for customs clearance without having to fill out a declaration form:
    Entering the country through international airports and carrying goods for personal use with a total value of no more than 2,000 (two thousand) U.S. dollars.
    (Exception: through railroads and inland waterway checkpoints, the total value of goods for personal use may not exceed US$1,000 (one thousand).
    (one thousand) dollars in total value; through highway checkpoints, up to $300 (three hundred) dollars in total value.
    (Exception: through railroad and river checkpoints, up to US$1,000 (one thousand) in total value for personal use; through highway checkpoints, up to US$300 (three hundred) for personal use).
    Individuals may bring in foreign currency in cash (the equivalent of foreign currency in excess of US$2,000 must be declared).
    declared).
    Restrictions on Duty-Free Entry Goods:
    No. Goods Limit for a single person
    1 Alcoholic beverages, including beer points 2 liters
    2 Tobacco products 10 cartons
    3 Perfumes 3 bottles
    4 Jewelry 65 grams
    Items prohibited from entering the country:
     Weapons of all kinds, imitation weapons, ammunition and explosives, including: salvos, fireworks,
    fireworks, firecrackers, firecrackers, etc;
     Opium, morphine, heroin, marijuana and other addictive narcotics,
    Psychotropic substances;
     Incandescent lamps with a power of more than 40W;
     drones.
     hand-held laser transmitters.
     specific depictions of sexual acts or pornography, propaganda of murder, violence, etc., or other acts that are harmful to the political, economic or cultural life of Uzbekistan.
    Prints, films, photographs that are politically, economically or culturally harmful to Uzbekistan,
    records, films, cassette tapes, laser discs, computer memory media and other items.
    Other items.
    Customs regulations on the exit of individuals from the country:
    Individuals carrying foreign currency banknotes out of the country in an amount not exceeding the amount of foreign currency banknotes declared at the time of their most recent entry into the country are not required to apply for the
    If the amount of banknotes does not exceed the amount of foreign currency declared at the time of the most recent entry, there is no need to apply for a License for Carrying Foreign Currency Out of the Country.
    The Customs will record the amount of foreign currency banknotes declared at the time of the latest entry for inspection and release. Customs shall record and accept the foreign currency notes declared at the time of the most recent entry.
    The carrying of foreign currency exceeding the equivalent of US$ 2,000 must be declared.
    Individuals may not bring more than 50 times the local minimum wage in sums, the currency of Uzbekistan.
    (As of February 2020, the minimum wage in Uzbekistan will be raised to 223,000 UZS).
    223,000 UZS). Individuals carrying sums in excess of 5 times the local minimum wage are required to
    declaration.
    Regulations on the entry and exit of medicines for personal use:
    Medicines for personal use brought in and out of the country by individuals for personal use will be inspected and released by the Customs within the limits of reasonable quantities for personal use.
    If the imported or exported goods exceed the value, limit or other restrictions set by the Customs, they must be declared to the Customs on their own initiative.
    Those who carry inward and outward items exceeding the value, limit or other restrictions set by the Customs must take the initiative to declare to the Customs.
    Restrictions on bringing medicines in and out of the country:
    No more than 10 kinds of medicines with different names, and no more than 5 packages of each kind of medicine.
    5 packages of each medicine;
    The quantity of medical devices shall not exceed 5 units.
    In this case, one package should contain:
     Solid dosage forms of medicines (tablets, sugar-coated pills, granules, powders, capsules) not exceeding
    not more than 100 units of solid dosage forms (tablets, sugar-coated pills, granules, powders, capsules)
     not more than 500 grams (176 ounces) of powder for the preparation of medical solutions
     Homeopathic granules not exceeding 50 grams; (1.76 ounces)
     Infusions as well as oral solutions not exceeding 500 ml.
     Injectable medicines not to exceed not more than 10 ampoules or 10 bottles;
     Topical medications not to exceed 200 ml or 200 grams. (7.05 ounces)
    Store medicines intact in their original packaging (preferably unopened) and carry them with you. While in Uzbekistan
    Medicines for personal use cannot be sold or given away while in Uzbekistan.
    If you are carrying medicines for personal use in excess of the customs limit, or if you are carrying narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances into or out of the country, you must declare them to customs.
    A declaration must be made to the Customs. For the purpose of medical treatment, an individual may bring in medicines for his/her own use on the basis of a medical certificate issued by a medical institution or
    medical certificate issued by a medical institution or relevant information including the name of the medicine, its dosage form and the amount of the prescription to be presented to the Customs.
    According to the current regulations, individuals are prohibited from obtaining medical conclusions issued by medical institutions (medical institutions need to have their seals) without
    Under the current regulations, individuals are prohibited from bringing narcotic drugs into or out of the country without a medical conclusion issued by a medical institution (the medical institution needs to stamp).
    The prescription must not exceed 7 days’ dosage.
    Restrictions on cultural relics leaving the country
    Cultural property is a fundamental element of civilization and national culture, which is why Uzbekistan has State-owned cultural property,
    Therefore, State-owned cultural relics, precious cultural relics and other cultural relics prohibited from leaving the country by State regulations may not be taken out of the country.
    out of the country. Violators are fined.

The official language of Uzbekistan is Uzbek. It belongs to the Turkic
It belongs to the Turkic branch of languages. Russian is also spoken by a large part of the population. In some parts of the country (e.g. Samarkand, Bukhara, etc.) people communicate in Tajik.
In some parts of the country (e.g. in Samarkand, Bukhara, etc.) people communicate in Tajik. The Tajik language belongs to the
The Tajik language belongs to the Polish family of languages. Among young people, English is widely spoken. In Ukraine, tourists can easily find Chinese guides.
easily find guides in Chinese.
Currency
Before traveling to Uzbekistan, it is necessary to carry enough cash in US dollars or euros to be exchanged for local currency upon arrival in Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan to exchange for local currency. It is a good idea to keep your banknotes neat and intact, with no tears, stamps or oversized creases.
It is best to keep notes neat and intact, with no tears, stamps or large creases. Currency can be exchanged at local national banks and international airports.
Currency exchange is possible at local national banks and international airports.
It is not necessary to show your passport when exchanging dollars for som.
There is no need to show your passport when exchanging dollars for sums, but the banker will give you a receipt after the transaction. The bank officer will give you a receipt at the end of the transaction.
Please keep it in a safe place and exchange your sums for US dollars in cash before you return to your home country with the receipt and your passport.
VISA cards are also supported in Ukraine. There is a fixed fee for each withdrawal. However, there are
However, there are few ATM outlets. In some stores in Uzbekistan, you can spend money by credit card, but you can’t use UnionPay card.
You can only use a VISA card with a chip in it, not a UnionPay card.
Communication operators
Local cell phone cards can be purchased at Tashkent International Airport. An original passport is required to purchase a SIM card.
An original passport is required to purchase a SIM card. There are five major carriers in Uzbekistan:
Beeline (website: beeline.uz)
Perfectum (website: perfectum.uz)
Ucell (ucell.uz)
MobiUz (Website: mobi.uz) , Uzmobile (Website: uzmobile.uz).
MobiUz, Uzmobile phone cards have travel packages. gsm systems include GSM 900:
GSM system includes GSM 900: 900MHz, GSM 1800: 1800MHz bands, cellular communication is very developed.
Climate
Uzbekistan has a continental climate. There is a big difference in temperature between day and night.
The climate is continental. Summers are hot, sunny and dry. The average temperature in July is between +22 °C and +32 °C. The average temperature in January is between +4 °C and -8 °C. The hot period from the end of June to the beginning of August is known locally as Chilla.
From the end of June to the beginning of August is the hot period in Uzbekistan, known locally as Chilla.
During this 40-day period, temperatures can reach +45 °C during the day, with nighttime lows of +30 °C. However, because of the low humidity, the air is not as hot as in Russia.
is relatively easy to accept compared to Russia, because of the low humidity.
The heat is relatively easy to tolerate compared to Russia, because of the low humidity. Spring (April-June) and autumn (September-October) are the peak tourist seasons.
Autumn is the harvest season and the markets are full of fresh fruit. In recent years, due to global warming and the drying out of the Aral Sea region
In recent years, due to global warming and the drying up of the Aral Sea region, there has been less snowfall in the winter As a result, there is less snowfall in winter, which makes for good winter travel.
Grid voltage
Uzbekistan’s electricity grid voltage is 220V (European standard sockets).
Safety and hygiene
Thanks to the country’s economic development, the crime rate in Uzbekistan is low. The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan pays great attention to the safety and health of its citizens, including foreigners.
The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan attaches great importance to the safety of life and property of everyone, including foreigners.
The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan attaches great importance to the safety of everyone’s life and property, including foreigners. Tourists are warmly welcomed by the locals. This is especially true if you follow the rules and carry your personal documents with you.
with your personal documents, it is even safer. Unless a tourist breaks the law, local
police are generally calm and friendly. The local police will always check your temporary accommodation registration
This is perfectly legal.
Code of Civility
You are expected to follow the rules and treat others with courtesy. Men generally greet each other with a handshake. It is best not to shake hands with women, but to greet them verbally or
It is better not to shake hands with women, but to greet them verbally or with a nod of the head.
In Uzbek homes, you must take off your shoes when you enter. If the host enters without taking off his shoes, the guests may not take them off.
If the host enters without removing his or her shoes, the guest may also not remove his or her shoes.
You cannot drink alcoholic beverages, including beer, in public places. However, you may drink them in
restaurants and cafes. During Ramadan, Muslims do not eat or drink during the day.
However, restaurants and cafes are open daily.

 Cultural relics of certain historical, artistic and scientific value that were produced or manufactured before the year 1950.
 Cultural objects included in the list of State-protected cultural objects.
 Any objects belonging to museums, libraries and other collections of cultural property are prohibited from being taken out of the country.
It is prohibited to take such objects out of the country.
It is permitted to take out of the country cultural objects that are not more than 50 years old:
 carpets, embroideries, suzans;  electric musical instruments
 Electric musical instruments
 reproductions of paintings, icons, art albums, records.
 Handicrafts;
 ceramics, porcelain, crystal, glass and carpentry souvenirs, (excluding items made abroad).
items);
 Fiction, children’s, popular literature, including 1 or 2 volumes, sheet music paper;
 Scientific and technical exchanges of foreign scientists and specialists in Uzbekistan, foreign citizens studying in Uzbekistan, as well as Uzbek scientists and specialists studying in Uzbekistan.
Scientific and technical exchanges of foreign scientists and specialists in Uzbekistan, scientific and educational literature acquired by foreign citizens studying abroad, as well as by Uzbek scientists, specialists and students.
Scientific and educational literature;
 Modern jewelry, the price of which exceeds 5,000 US dollars must be declared;
 audiovisual works or sound recordings.
Individuals wishing to take restricted cultural objects out of the country must apply in advance for a permit to take them out of the country.
Individuals must first submit an application to the Uzbek Ministry of Culture providing a list of cultural objects and artifacts to be taken out of the country.
and the cultural object. An expert from the Ministry of Culture will then examine the object and issue a “permit to leave the country”, which is valid for one year.
The permit is valid for three months.
Language

The official language of Uzbekistan is Uzbek. It belongs to the Turkic
It belongs to the Turkic branch of languages. Russian is also spoken by a large part of the population. In some parts of the country (e.g. Samarkand, Bukhara, etc.) people communicate in Tajik.
In some parts of the country (e.g. in Samarkand, Bukhara, etc.) people communicate in Tajik. The Tajik language belongs to the
The Tajik language belongs to the Polish family of languages. Among young people, English is widely spoken. In Ukraine, tourists can easily find Chinese guides.
easily find guides in Chinese.
Currency
Before traveling to Uzbekistan, it is necessary to carry enough cash in US dollars or euros to be exchanged for local currency upon arrival in Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan to exchange for local currency. It is a good idea to keep your banknotes neat and intact, with no tears, stamps or oversized creases.
It is best to keep notes neat and intact, with no tears, stamps or large creases. Currency can be exchanged at local national banks and international airports.
Currency exchange is possible at local national banks and international airports.
It is not necessary to show your passport when exchanging dollars for som.
There is no need to show your passport when exchanging dollars for sums, but the banker will give you a receipt after the transaction. The bank officer will give you a receipt at the end of the transaction.
Please keep it in a safe place and exchange your sums for US dollars in cash before you return to your home country with the receipt and your passport.
VISA cards are also supported in Ukraine. There is a fixed fee for each withdrawal. However, there are
However, there are few ATM outlets. In some stores in Uzbekistan, you can spend money by credit card, but you can’t use UnionPay card.
You can only use a VISA card with a chip in it, not a UnionPay card.
Communication operators
Local cell phone cards can be purchased at Tashkent International Airport. An original passport is required to purchase a SIM card.
An original passport is required to purchase a SIM card. There are five major carriers in Uzbekistan:
Beeline (website: beeline.uz)
Perfectum (website: perfectum.uz)
Ucell (ucell.uz)
MobiUz (Website: mobi.uz) , Uzmobile (Website: uzmobile.uz).
MobiUz, Uzmobile phone cards have travel packages. gsm systems include GSM 900:
GSM system includes GSM 900: 900MHz, GSM 1800: 1800MHz bands, cellular communication is very developed.
Climate
Uzbekistan has a continental climate. There is a big difference in temperature between day and night.
The climate is continental. Summers are hot, sunny and dry. The average temperature in July is between +22 °C and +32 °C. The average temperature in January is between +4 °C and -8 °C. The hot period from the end of June to the beginning of August is known locally as Chilla.
From the end of June to the beginning of August is the hot period in Uzbekistan, known locally as Chilla.
During this 40-day period, temperatures can reach +45 °C during the day, with nighttime lows of +30 °C. However, because of the low humidity, the air is not as hot as in Russia.
is relatively easy to accept compared to Russia, because of the low humidity.
The heat is relatively easy to tolerate compared to Russia, because of the low humidity. Spring (April-June) and autumn (September-October) are the peak tourist seasons.
Autumn is the harvest season and the markets are full of fresh fruit. In recent years, due to global warming and the drying out of the Aral Sea region
In recent years, due to global warming and the drying up of the Aral Sea region, there has been less snowfall in the winter As a result, there is less snowfall in winter, which makes for good winter travel.
Grid voltage
Uzbekistan’s electricity grid voltage is 220V (European standard sockets).
Safety and hygiene
Thanks to the country’s economic development, the crime rate in Uzbekistan is low. The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan pays great attention to the safety and health of its citizens, including foreigners.
The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan attaches great importance to the safety of life and property of everyone, including foreigners.
The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan attaches great importance to the safety of everyone’s life and property, including foreigners. Tourists are warmly welcomed by the locals. This is especially true if you follow the rules and carry your personal documents with you.
with your personal documents, it is even safer. Unless a tourist breaks the law, local
police are generally calm and friendly. The local police will always check your temporary accommodation registration
This is perfectly legal.
Code of Civility
You are expected to follow the rules and treat others with courtesy. Men generally greet each other with a handshake. It is best not to shake hands with women, but to greet them verbally or
It is better not to shake hands with women, but to greet them verbally or with a nod of the head.
In Uzbek homes, you must take off your shoes when you enter. If the host enters without taking off his shoes, the guests may not take them off.
If the host enters without removing his or her shoes, the guest may also not remove his or her shoes.
You cannot drink alcoholic beverages, including beer, in public places. However, you may drink them in
restaurants and cafes. During Ramadan, Muslims do not eat or drink during the day.
However, restaurants and cafes are open daily.

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