Migration Processes as a Reflection of International Relations

Authors

  • Shakirdjan Zakirov
  • Abdukayum Abdukadyrov
  • Avazbek Djuraev
  • Bakhtiyor Kayumov

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2499

Abstract

This article attempts to review the analysis of migration processes in relation to interethnic relations. After gaining independence, the new Uzbekistan faced not only economic problems but also social, including ethno-social nature. It is acknowledged that during the time of the Soviet republic, when carrying out the national-territorial delimitation, attention was paid to such factors as economic gravity, approximate national borders, administrative convenience of management, ethnographic-territorial areas, the geographic location of the republic, etc. As a result, many representatives of the Central Asian nations found themselves not on "their" territory. Uzbekistan has become one of the republics with the most variegated ethnic composition of the population. And therefore, research in this direction is relevant.

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2021-08-19

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