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A delegation of Uzbekistan takes part in the forum of the Eurasian region in Bishkek


Chairman of the National Movement Yuksalish, deputy of the Legislative Chamber of Oliy Majlis as part of the delegation of Uzbekistan participated in the Eurasian Region Monitoring and Evaluation Forum to enhance the effectiveness of parliamentarians in the capital of Kyrgyzstan - Bishkek.

The forum was organized at the initiative of a group of deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic with the support of a number of international organizations and partners. Over the course of two days (6–7 June), parliamentarians, government officials, civil society activists and experts discussed effective approaches to implementing national monitoring and evaluation systems, international experience of interaction between parliament, government and civil society in the development of national monitoring and evaluation systems. The aspects of the promotion of the national policy on the implementation of the monitoring and evaluation system of the Eurasian region parliaments are touched upon.

Chairman of the National Movement “Yuksalish”, member of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis Akmal Burkhanov made a report on the participation of the parliament and civil society institutions in monitoring the implementation of state programs in the country. The forum participants were particularly interested in the practice of Uzbekistan in involving public institutions and NGOs in monitoring the implementation of state programs implemented within the framework of the national strategy of action.

In order to expand interaction and cooperation between parliamentarians of the Eurasian region in the area of using the results of monitoring and evaluation, participants from Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan adopted a resolution of the regional forum of parliamentarians of Eurasian countries, as well as the decision to organize a regional parliamentary forum of Eurasian countries to promote evaluation.