The unemployment rate in Uzbekistan, according to the Bureau of Statistics, is 5.2 percent or 691,400 people. If several million Uzbek migrants working abroad were added to the official calculation, the unemployment rate in the county would be closer to 26 percent.
11.30am at a produce market in rural Uzbekistan. A farmer is swearing while making purchases. He buys ten expensive loaves of traditional bread and swears with gusto. Buys two kilograms of lamb, more swearing. Two bottles of vodka. R-rated swearing.
On the 23rd anniversary of Uzbek independence Uznews.net interviewed a number of 23 year olds about their lives, their thoughts about the country and the future. Sunnat Makhmudov was born in Qashqadaryo’s Yakkabag. He has lived in Moscow for more than three years and works as a cook.
On the 23rd anniversary of Uzbek independence Uznews.net interviewed a number of 23 year olds about their lives, their thoughts about the country and the future. Robia Ismatullaeva is proud of speaking English, would like to see changes in the education system, and can make a rice pilaf dish.
News coverage and a street protest carried out by Doctor Ikbola Avlokulova, a tuberculosis specialist, have attracted the attention of the prosecutor general to the issue of rampant corruption at the city’s TB hospital and a kindergarten for sick children from poor families.
500 meters constructed from the Fergana Valley side and about a 1.5 kilometers from Angren. Remaining: 17 kilometers. A insider wishing to remain anonymous told Uznews.net that about two kilometers of a future tunnel under the Kirchik Pass has been built. The 19-km rail tunnel is due to be finished by the middle of 2016.