Today this holiday is celebrated at the state level in 40 countries of the world, mainly in the post-Soviet space, as well as in some states of Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia.
This holiday is also widely celebrated in Uzbekistan.
On the eve of March 8, women of Uzbekistan are traditionally congratulated by the president, heads of departments and organizations. The men of Uzbekistan are sweeping all the flowers off the shelves of flower shops. In addition to flowers, men give baskets with sweets, fruits, sweets, and organize festive events.
Balloons, dance show - this is how they celebrate March 8 in Uzbekistan today. People gather in pairs, families, companies at home and in restaurants.
And traffic police officers stop women drivers and hand them carnations.
January 1 – New Year
January 14 – Defenders of the Motherland Day
March 21 – Navruz
May 9 – Day of Remembrance and Honor
September 1 – Independence Day
October 1 – Day of Teachers and Mentors
December 8 – Constitution Day
Ruza Hayit (Iid al-Fitr)
Kurban Khayit (Iid al-Adha)
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