Uzbek President arrives in Bozatau district
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev arrived in Bozatau district and visited the house of a resident of Yoshlik mahalla Juginis Djumanazarov.
Juginis-aga, together with his wife, Salima-opa, raised five daughters, who today work in the fields of education, culture, agriculture and economics. The youngest daughter Ulzoda Jumanazorova is the champion of Uzbekistan in karate.
The head of state inquired about the life of the family, and on her example - the living conditions in Bozatau.
The family uses the garden effectively. There is a greenhouse, fruit trees and melons are grown.
“There are always enterprising and skillful people in Bozatau,” said Shavkat Mirziyoyev. - The land here is fertile, non-saline. But for many years the possibilities were not analyzed here, the area remained a little out of attention. In a word, we owe a debt to the inhabitants of Bozatau. The nearest center in Kegeili region was almost 100 kilometers away. Now we are trying to create conditions here, to establish public services, to organize jobs. If we convince entrepreneurs, provide subsidies, improve infrastructure and make it attractive to move here, this area will have great opportunities.
Bozatausky district was re-established in 2019 at the initiative of the head of state. Over the past two years, high-rise buildings, shopping centers, an amphitheater for a thousand seats, a sports ground, a youth center have been built here, roads have been repaired. A textile enterprise was opened.
At the exit from the house, a conversation took place with Bozataus ecologists and local residents.
“If you don’t use your inner resources, don’t work hard, there will be no results. Therefore, we intend to adopt a separate resolution on the development of Bozatau district. For example, 11 thousand hectares of fertile land in the region are not used. We will assign these lands to one of the advanced areas, restore the pumps, bring the best breeds and varieties, create a system that will purchase harvested products, the President said.
Residents of Bozatau noted the ongoing changes in the area and thanked the head of state for his attention.