The ICRC opened its regional delegation in Tashkent in 1992 in order to carry out our humanitarian work in Central Asian countries, including Uzbekistan. 

Distribution of essentials in Bazarqurgan, Kyrgyzstan

Our work in Uzbekistan

The ICRC works with governments in the region to help them integrate international humanitarian law (IHL) into national legislation and integrate both IHL and international human rights law into the regulatory framework and training programmes of the armed forces, law enforcement agencies and academia.

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28 Chingiz Aytmatov Street, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 100084

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Our work with the Uzbekistan Red Crescent and other National Societies

We help build capacity among National Societies in Central Asia and we team up with them to respond to emergencies.