The conference was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps and military attaches of the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Dutch journalist Remko Reding also spoke online about the unique contribution of the Uzbek people to the Great Victory, as well as the ongoing investigation into the torture and execution of 101 Uzbek soldiers by the Nazis in the Amersfoort concentration camp. At the conference, the orders and medals of our compatriot from Karakalpakstan Arslonbek Kabulbekov, who went missing during the Great Patriotic War and was found in Smolensk, were handed over to relatives.
In addition, the materials presented by all participants of the international conference, as well as new facts in scientific articles included in the collection of conference materials, will allow you to get acquainted with the history of the Second World War. At this conference, reports were read on the great contribution of the people of Uzbekistan to the victory during the Great Patriotic War, stamina in the rear.