This decree has become the golden page in the annals of our state, an important stage in the ongoing large-scale reforms targeted at restoring national values and reviving the centuries-old leading status of Uzbekistan as the cultural, educational, and scientific centre for the peoples of Central Asia. This is a historical document, positive impact of which could be everlasting in further development of the mother tongue and literature. Promoting the Uzbek language at an international level and boosting international research on language and literature, achieving wide usage of the Uzbek language in such fields as economy, politics and social life represents priority targets of the university. It is engaged in elaborating the Uzbek language and literature courses taught by professionals using the state-of-the-art techniques, creating e-books of the Uzbek language and translating our ancient literary heritage into other world languages. The university is considered the basic higher educational institution for training translators who are expected to turn the masterpieces of the Uzbek classical and modern literature into an intellectual property of the world community, professional development and retraining of professionals in this field, publication of dictionaries and teaching materials in these areas.