Nowruz holiday congratulations to the people of Uzbekistan

Dear compatriots!

The beautiful and pleasant spring season’s holiday, which we all have been waiting for, Nowruz is coming to our native land.

I cordially congratulate all our compatriots, seniors and juniors, on this great Eastern new year holiday.

On this nice day, I wish you good health, happiness and good luck, and wish your families peace and serenity as well as prosperity.

Esteemed friends!

This year’s Nowruz holiday is being celebrated in all the towns and villages of our country in the form of festive walks, which makes it kind of special.

The spirit and philosophy of Nowruz are harmonious and consonant with the ideas and goals of the Year of Dialogue with the People and Human Interests.

In our country, people are congratulating each other and are celebrating the Nowruz holiday with lifted spirits in expanses and mountain foothills, gardens and parks. Sumalak (sweet paste made from young wheat) and other viands of the spring season are being cooked. Entertainment events are taking place. And they are saying thanks to God almighty for giving them these bright days.

Good things such as reciprocal love and generosity, visits to honourable elders, the provision of help for those in need and voluntary work to further improve the land make the Nowruz holiday even more special.

Esteemed compatriots!

Today hardworking farm labourers and farmers are starting their new season with a lot of hope. We all genuinely congratulate them, express the best wishes and say: May it be a good year for you, and may you reap a good harvest.

Nowruz is the most-loved holiday for all the nationalities and ethnic groups living in our country, for the entire nation.

While celebrating this great holiday in our country, we wish for world peace and wish the peoples of all states, near and far away, development and prosperity.

Dear and esteemed compatriots!

Once again congratulating you all on the Nowruz holiday, I express my most cordial feelings.

May the Nowruz holiday bring further prosperity, happiness, peace and harmony to our land.

May there be more good days and celebrations in every family’s home.

May all our noble dreams come true.

May there always be peace in our nation and clear skies above.

Happy Nowruz to you all!

Shavkat Mirziyoyev
President of the Republic of Uzbekistan


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