Uzbekistan has Risen to the 30th Place in the World in the Open Data Ranking


According to the Open Data Inventory Rating (ODIN), Uzbekistan scored 70 points and rose to the 30th place in the world.

This indicator clearly illustrates the ongoing reforms in the field of openness in our country. In the Open Data Inventory rating, 195 countries of the world were evaluated as a whole.

Uzbekistan took the first place among the Central Asian countries. In the world ranking, Kazakhstan is ranked 51st, Kyrgyzstan – 92nd, Tajikistan – 126th and Turkmenistan – 195th.

Recall that in 2022, out of the estimated 192 countries, Uzbekistan scored 66 points and took 40th place.

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