INTERNATIONAL LEGAL COOPERATION IN SPHERES OF CULTURE – IMPORTANT PART OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
AbstractThis paper assesses the cultural and humanitarian spheres of the Republic of Uzbekistan in regards to International legal cooperation. The paper examines the influence of cultural and humanitarian spheres in international relations of the states, including Uzbekistan. The paper also contains a discussion of the, increasing role of Uzbekistan in the ‘culture factor’ in international politics. The legal base of the Republic of Uzbekistan, international legal documents, and the research works of domestic and foreign scholars, in areas such as culture, education, science, tourism, and medical science, provide the basis for the research.
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