The Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic was created in 1924.
What does UzSSR stand for?
UzSSR stands for Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (Uzbekistan)
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Uzbekistan used to be part of the Soviet Union, called the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, and still has Russian as its national language.
West Turkistan was completely dissolved in 1924, and in its place puppet republics such as the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan were formed.