OPEN LETTERS

Open Letter of Civil Society Organizations to the Swiss Government

The Swiss government should not return assets stolen from the people of Uzbekistan to its government until the Swiss government reviews its return policies in light of reported irregularities in the use of assets Switzerland previously returned to the Kazakh government OPEN LETTER OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS TO THE SWISS GOVERNMENT We, the undersigned representatives …

Le Mans, France Berlin, Germany Ms Carolyn Lamm Chair American-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce 601 13th St NW # 600S Washington, D.C. 20005   September 18, 2017   An Open Letter to the American-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce regarding the Situation in Uzbekistan on the Eve of its Meeting with President Mirziyoev   Dear Chairwoman Lamm   …

Press-release   29 November, 2016                                                                                                                   Le Mans, Berlin,  Memphis   Assets acquired by the ruling elite in Uzbekistan as a result of the corruption scheme in telecommunications sector should be confiscated and returned to the victims of corruption: OPEN LETTER OF UZBEK ACTIVISTS TO THE GOVERNMENTS OF BELGIUM, IRELAND, LUXEMBOURG, THE NETHERLANDS, SWEDEN, …

  Open Letter – Only a boycott of Uzbek Cotton can convince the Karimov regime to stop the use of forced child labor in this country!   Open Letter Uzbek Forced Child Labour

Letter Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Anti Slavery International – Open Letter to Karel de Gucht

        September 27, 2011 Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State US Department of State Harry S. Truman Building 2201 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20520 Dear Secretary Clinton, We represent a broad, international coalition of human rights organizations, labor groups, trade unions, investors, and others, including independent civil society groups based in …

EU letter to Anti-Slavery International

Berlin, February 24, 2010     From: Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights To: Sting CC: Amnesty International London, Art for Amnesty Cooperation with the Government Officials of Uzbekistan means Support of the Authoritarian Regime in this Country Dear Sting, As a human rights activist and a former Uzbek prisoner of conscience, I greatly respect your …

    Open letter to Mr. Islam Karimov President of Uzbekistan   Mr. President, On June 27th, 2011, two Uzbek journalists, Saodat Omonova and Malokhat Eshonkulova, began a hunger strike to protest corruption, nepotism and censorship at Uzbek State Television. Before annoucing their hunger strike, these journalists did their upmost to attract the attention of …