BMT Turkiya va Isroil til topisha oladi degan umidda


Anqarada Isroilga qarshi namoyishlar

Turkiya Isroil bilan aloqalarini cheklab, harbiy hamkorlikni bas qilib, bu davlat elchisini chiqarib yuborgani xalqaro maydonda keng muhokamada va ayniqsa, Birlashgan Millatlar Tashkilotini xavotirga solmoqda.

BMT Bosh kotibi Pan Gi Mun tomonlar kelishib oladi degan umidda.

“Har ikki davlat mintaqa tinchligini ta’minlashda muhim o’ringa ega. Ular orasidagi keskinlik vaziyatni izdan chiqarishi mumkin”,- deydi Pan Gi Mun.

Kelishmovchilik o’tgan yili G’azo sektoriga ketayotgan turk kemasiga qilingan hujum bilan bog’liq. Isroil kuchlari o’shanda bortdagi to’qqiz turkni o’ldirgan.

BMT Bosh kotibi Pan Gi Mun
BMT Bosh kotibi Pan Gi Mun

Voqeani o’rganib chiqqan BMT hay’ati Isroilni aybdor deb topgan.

Hujum va bortdagilarning nima uchun o’ldirilgani borasida Isroil yetarlicha sabab ko’rsata olmadi, deyiladi BMT hay’ati hisobotida.

Lekin bu hujjatda yana shu ham qayd etiladiki, Isroil kuchlari kemani qo’lga olganda, turklar ularga qarshi qurol ishlatgan.

Turkiya nazarida hisobotning ahamiyati yo’q, Isroil qilmishi uchun kechirim so’rashi va hujum xato bo’lganini tan olishi kerak, lekin yahudiy davlati bundan yiroq.

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    Navbahor Imamova

    Navbahor Imamova "Amerika Manzaralari" turkumidagi ilk teledasturlar muallifi. TV, radio va onlayn diktor, prodyuser, muxbir va muharrir. "Amerika Ovozi"da 2002-yildan beri ishlaydi. Jurnalistik faoliyatini 1996-yilda O'zbekiston radiosining "Xalqaro hayot" redaksiyasida boshlagan. Jahon Tillar Universiteti Xalqaro jurnalistika fakultetida dars bergan. Ommaviy axborot vositalari bo'yicha bakalavrlikni Hindistonning Maysur Universitetidan (University of Mysore), magistrlikni esa AQShning Bol Davlat Universitetidan (Ball State University) olgan. Shuningdek, Garvard Universitetidan (Harvard University) davlat boshqaruvi va liderlik bo'yicha magistrlik diplomiga ega. Toshkent viloyati Bo'stonliq tumani Qo'shqo'rg'on qishlog'ida ziyoli oilasida ulg'aygan.

    Navbahor Imamova is a prominent Uzbek journalist at the Voice of America and a leading Washington-based authority on geopolitics and national development in Central Asia. As anchor, reporter, multimedia editor and producer, she has covered Central Asia and the U.S. for over 15 years on TV, radio and online. During 2016-2017, she was a prestigious Edward S. Mason Fellow in public policy and management, while earning her Mid-Career Masters in Public Administration at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Imamova played a pivotal role in the launch of Uzbek television programming at VOA in 2003, and has since presented nearly 800 editions of the flagship weekly show, “Amerika Manzaralari,” which covers American foreign policy focusing on Washington’s relations with Central Asia, as well as life and politics in the U.S. She is frequently asked to speak on regional issues in Central Asia, as well as Uzbek politics and society, for policy, academic, and popular audiences, including the U.S. Foreign Service Institute, Princeton University, Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, Michigan State University, the University of Wisconsin, Northeastern University, and her alma mater Harvard University. Her essays on the region have been published in journals and edited volumes, including Central Eurasian Studies Review and Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization.

    She began her career at the Uzbek state broadcaster. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and mass communication from Maharaja’s College at the University of Mysore, India and a Master of Arts in journalism from Ball State University.

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