Abstract

Abstract:  Archival documents functioning as “storing humanity memory”, the activity of archive institutions which are significant articulations of intellectual potentiality play significant role to solve this actual scientific problem. In present days, the archives of Uzbekistan, which have approximately 150 year-history play significant role in the development of contemporary science and social life. Because, as an institution incarnating documentary information relating to the activity of state and society, archives are considered to be a specific “laboratory” of History.Having survived the Soviet policy of centralization and the residual principle of financing the activities of the archives, in modern Uzbekistan the regulatory and legal framework of archives has been radically reformed, international relations of archives on informatization and improving services are strengthening, and the qualified archival specialists are trained. Uzbekistan remained the system of direct subordination of the Main Archive Department concerning with archival affairs to the highest governmental executive body: to the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main objective of the Agreement is the exchange of information, research and development, description, study of archival collections containing documents relating to the issue of “Holocaust” and its history. Gradually from the tackling of internal logistical problems, the State Archive of Uzbekistan began to turn to the issues of improving the quality of acquisition, accounting, preservation and creation of appropriate conditions for the use of archival documents.


Keywords: Uzbekistan, archival institution, management system, training specialists, international relations, reform, development perspective