In July on the First TV channel in Germany, with a multimillion audience in prime time was screened of the documentary film about Uzbekistan.
The film is the result of a creative trip of the German TV channel crew to our country in May this year.
The authors of the film presented to a wide German audience detailed information about the rich resource and economic potential of the Republic, the culture and traditions of our people, tourist attractions, as well as the ongoing process of large-scale reforms in Uzbekistan.
The plot of the film also includes reports about the activities of the "Yodgorlik" silk factory in Margilan, created in the country conditions for the active and equal participation of women in the socio-political and socio-economic life of the country.
For reference: ("the First") is one of the largest German public TV channels, which is a joint production of regional TV and radio companies included in the ARD, with the exception of Deutsche Welle. The channel has been operating since 1952, broadcast throughout Germany, financed by a special national contribution. On the Das Erste channel there is practically no advertising. Advertising inserts are only allowed between 14 and 20 hours, with a duration of no more than 3 minutes per block, and are usually switched on between transmissions rather than interrupting them. In total, advertising on the channel is no more than 20 minutes a day