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The first state to secede from the USSR.
It is known from history that none of the states that have gone to extremes in violence have lived long. The USSR was no exception. The state disintegrated after 69 years of life. The advent of the USSR began in the mid-1980s. Many analysts cited the disintegration of the USSR as a key factor in the reforms of the last leader, Mikhail Gorbachev.
But that is not the main factor. The collapse of the Union began in the mid-80s, but the process accelerated by the 1990s. The first Baltic republics in the USSR, Lithuania declared its independence on March 1990, 11. Kazakhstan finally declared its independence on December 16. Uzbekistan declared its independence on August 1991, 31.
Your opinion about pre-independence, post-independence and New Uzbekistan.