Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan O’zbekiston, also officially Uzbekistan Republic, Uzbekistan O’zbekiston Respublikasi) is a secular  landlocked country in Central Asia. The majority of the population are Muslims, followed by minorities of Orthodox Christians and Jews.  The titular nation and the majority of the population are Uzbeks.
Neighboring countries are in the west and north Kazakhstan, in the east Kyrgyzstan, in the southeast Tajikistan and Afghanistan, in the south Turkmenistan. In the west, the state also borders on the Western Aral Sea and the Sarykamyschsee. He emerged in October 1924 as Uzbek Socialist Soviet Republic, part of the Soviet Union, and in 1991 became independent. The name Uzbekistan derives from the people of the Uzbeks, whose name goes back to Uzbek Khan.
Departure: by appointment
Departure terminal: by appointment
Duration: 5-8 days?
Arrival terminal: by appointment
Goods: General merchandise; ADR; Frigo
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Heavy / oversized transports – on daily price basis
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany
Head / conductor
Günter Overfeld, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
+998 78 120 84 40
+998 78 120 66 93, +998 78 120 84 50, +998 78 120 84 85
Sharaf-Rashidov Ko’chasi 15 (As a landmark, the earthquake monument is suitable)
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, PO Box 4337, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Sharaf Rashidov Ko’chasi 15, Tashkent 100017.
Monday to Thursday: 8:00 to 12:30 and 13:00 to 17:15
Friday: 8:00 to 14:00.
Outside the opening hours, there is an on-call service for needy Germans in emergency situations: + 998-93-1815406 / 07. Attention! No information on current procedures (visas, passports, etc.) can be given under this number! On-call service is central to Uzbekistan.
Please note: On-call service starts on workdays at 17:15 (Fri at 14:00) and ends at midnight at 24:00. On non-working days, the call begins at 08.00 and ends at midnight 24.00.
District / Consular District
Contact the Legal and Consular Department
Contact to the embassy
Official languages in the host country: Russian
Note: When using a telephone or fax connection via satellite (Satcom) higher fees.
Note for callers from Germany
Please note the time difference between Germany and Uzbekistan which is 3 hours during summer time and 4 hours during winter time.