Request to the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Russia address: 119017, Moscow, Pogorelsky pereulok, d. 12. Or contact by e-mail: email@example.com. Phone Embassy: (499) 230-00-76, 230-00-78. In the request, specify your personal data and what you have for this man. It is possible that the Embassy staff will respond only if you're looking for a relative.
Please contact the office of the International Committee of the red cross at: 700017, Tashkent, Mavlyanova str., D. 28. Phone numbers office: (99871) 120-52-91, 120-52-92. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are really looking for a close relative, the red cross staff will assist you.
Make a request to the State archive of Tashkent city. Attach to the request documents certifying your direct interest in the information about this person. The address of the file: 100207, Tashkent, m-Tuzel, quarter 2, D. 29. To find out what documents you'll need, you can call by phones: (99871) 294-32-60, 294-48-97.
Please contact the Tashkent newspaper "first hand", which publishes ads to individuals. Specify the age, name and surname of this person, his special signs. Ask everyone who knows anything about his whereabouts, to contact you. Leave a contact email address. With the same purpose, you can go to the website http://vse.vsem.uz where it is possible to review the consolidated database through advertisements in Tashkent and place your.
Socialize with fellow countrymen wanted person on these forums, as http://uforum.uz ("First forum") and http://megaforum.uz ("community Center"). Create a topic about finding the right person. These forums are popular not only among the inhabitants of Uzbekistan, but their former compatriots.
Sign up and social networks – on domain .EN and Uzbek sites: http://www.vsetut.uz, http://www.sinfdosh.uz, http://muloqot.uz (in Russian, English and Uzbek languages). Try to find this person via "Search" or create a group dedicated to him.