Guide
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send a request to the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Russian at: 119017, Moscow, alley Pogorelsky, d. 12. Or consult by e-mail: info@uzembassy.ru.Embassy Phones: (499) 230-00-76, 230-00-78.In the request, specify your personal data and the one whom you have this man.It is possible that the embassy staff will respond only if you are looking for a relative.
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Contact the office of the International Committee of the Red Cross at the address: 700017, Tashkent, st.Mavlyanova, d. 28. The telephone numbers departments: (99871) 120-52-91, 120-52-92.E-mail: tachkent.tac@icrc.org.If you really are looking for a close relative, the Red Cross staff will assist you.
3
Make a request to the State Archives in Tashkent.Attach to request documents confirming your direct interest in information about the person.Address
file: 100207, Tashkent, in m-Tuzel, Quarter 2, d. 29. Find out what documents you need, you can at the phone number: (99871) 294-32-60, 294-48-97.
4
Refer to the Tashkent newspaper "First Hand", which publishes the individual ads.Please indicate the age, name and surname of the person , its distinctive features.Ask anyone who knows anything about his whereabouts, to contact you.Leave a contact email address.For the same reason you can refer to the website and http://vse.vsem.uz, where you can see a summary database of ads in Tashkent and place of their own.
5
Chat with fellow countrymen wanted human in forums such as the http://uforum.uz («First Joint Forum") and http://megaforum.uz («Center of communication").Create a topic about finding the right person you .These forums are popular not only among the people of Uzbekistan, but also in their former compatriots.
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Sign up and social networks - on the .ru domain and Uzbek sites: http://www.vsetut.uz, http://www.sinfdosh.uz, http: // muloqot.uz (in Russian, English and Uzbek).Try to find this man through "Search" or create a group devoted to him.