The President of Uzbekistan began his career in agriculture, but gradually moved up. At first he served as head of the Presidential Administration, then he held higher positions and constantly dealt with the government.
In 2016, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, immediately after the departure of the head of the country, became the head of state and began to carry out important changes and reforms in the country.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev gained worldwide recognition in world politics after his assumption of office as president. In 2016, when the president left office, Shavkat became the head of the country and began to develop Uzbekistan. He led the country to sustainable development through active leadership. Moreover, the country began to integrate into the world community.
Reforms and changes
One of the key features of his reign was the desire for openness and bringing Uzbekistan closer to the world community. Under his leadership, reforms began:
- in the economic sphere;
- towards liberalization;
- to strengthen human rights;
- to improve international relations, etc.
It should be noted that Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev supports the diversity of the economy and attracting foreign investment. This contributes to business development and the creation of new jobs. Under the leadership of Shavkat, the system of free forced labor was abolished, and working conditions were improved. Mirziyoyev has taken steps to improve human rights and freedom of speech. This includes the release of political prisoners and increased press freedom. Uzbekistan became an active and permanent participant in various international relations under his leadership, strengthening ties with neighboring countries and world organizations.
Path to development
Shavkat Mirziyoyev continues to work on the constant modernization of the state and its economy. His efforts in domestic reforms and improving relations with other countries, that is, improving international relations, make him a key figure in the Central Asian region. Shavkat Mirziyoyev is a leader who strives for the sustainable development of his country and its approach to the world community. Its reforms and changes are making Uzbekistan more accessible and attractive to investors and partners, and this can have a long-term positive impact on the region and the country as a whole. The President was re-elected in this post in 2023, and will rule the country until 2030.