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In accordance with Article 3 of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On Combating Corruption”:

corruption — illegal use by a person of official or duty position with the aim of obtaining tangible or intangible benefits in personal interests or in the interests of other persons, and an unlawful provision of such benefit;

corruption offense — an act possessing signs of corruption, for fulfillment of which the legislation provides for liability;

conflict of interests — a situation, in which personal interest (direct or indirect) affects or can affect the proper performance by a person of official obligations or duties and in which arises or may arise a contradiction between personal interest and the rights and legitimate interests of citizens, organizations, society or the state.

Please read the IMPORTANT INFORMATION before submitting your appeal!
The “Anti-Corruption” Hotline, consists of an email box and a helpline.

This line is for citizens to report specific incidents of corruption by email or phone. The hotline can also be contacted to report the non-performance (improper performance) of official duties by bank employees, abuse of power, violation of rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens and organizations, facts of blackmailing offenses by officials, unjustified bans and restrictions.

The information received by the hotline is kept confidential. Sending an appeal to a state body or an official, whose competence is to resolve the issues raised in the appeal is not considered disclosure of information contained in the appeal.

Incoming reporting are investigated in accordance with the current legislation on appeals of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

[email protected]

All reporting received by the e-mail box will be considered in the manner prescribed by the law of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated September 11, 2017 No. ЗРУ-445 “On appeals of individuals and legal entities”.

Tel .: (78) 148-40-16
Monday - Friday
from 09-00 to 18-00
(lunch break from 13-00 to 14-00).

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