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My country Uzbekistan

I LOVE MY COUNTRY
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Laylo Azamova

on 28 November 2012

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Uzbekistan My Country Uzbekistan 1) Uzbekistan officially the Republic of Uzbekistan (Uzbek: O‘zbekiston Respublikasi, ) is the only doubly landlocked country in Central Asia and one of only two such countries worldwide. It shares borders with Kazakhstan to the west and to the north, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the east, and Afghanistan and Turkmenistan to the south. Before 1991, it was part of the Soviet Union. 2) Uzbekistan has the fourth largest gold deposits in the world. The country mines 80 tons of gold annually, seventh in the world. Uzbekistan's copper deposits rank tenth in the world and its uranium deposits twelfth. The country's uranium production ranks seventh globally.[39][40][41] The Uzbek national gas company, Uzbekneftgas, ranks 11th in the world in natural gas production with an annual output of 60 to 70 billion cubic meters. The country has significant untapped reserves of oil and gas: there are 194 deposits of hydrocarbons in Uzbekistan, including 98 condensate and natural gas deposits and 96 gas condensate deposits. 3) Tashkent,the nation's capital and largest city, has a three-line rapid transit system built in 1977, and expanded in 2001 after ten years' independence from the Soviet Union. Uzbekistan is currently the only country in Central Asia with a subway system, which is promoted as one of the cleanest systems in the former Soviet Union 4) The Uzbek language is the only official state language,[74] and since 1992 is officially written in the Latin alphabet. The Tajik language is widespread in the cities of Bukhara and Samarkand because of their relatively large population of ethnic Tajiks.[2] It is also found in large pockets in Kasan, Namangan, Khokand and Kanibadam in Fergana valley, as well as in Ahangaran, Baghistan in the middle Syr Darya distrist, and finally in, Shahri Sabz, Kitab and the river valleys of Kafiringan and Chaganian rivers, forming altogether, approximately 25-30% of the population of Uzbekistan Islom Karimov ( Our President) grew up to study economics and engineering at school[citation needed]. He became an official in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, becoming the party's First Secretary in Uzbekistan in 1989. On March 24, 1990 he became President of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic. Karimov's election to the Uzbek Communist Party resulted after his predecessor Rafik Nishanov failed to quell inter-ethnic clashes and instability in the Fergana region.[1] He declared Uzbekistan an independent nation on August 31, 1991 and subsequently won Uzbekistan's first presidential election on December 29, 1991, with 86% of the vote. The election was called unfair[citation needed], with state-run propaganda and a falsified vote count, although the opposing candidate and leader of the Erk (Freedom) Party, Muhammad Salih, had a chance to participate. Gulnara Karimova (The Presidents daughter)
Karimova graduated from Tashkent State University in 1996, majoring in economics. She then earned a Master of Arts in regional studies at Harvard University, and received a Doctoral degree in political science from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy in Tashkent where she has held the chair of professor of political science since 2009. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in telecommunications from Tashkent University of Informational Technologies, and has completed a course of jewellery design in New York Fashion Institute of Technology in 1992.[1] Our Famous Singer : Rayhon Ganieva Rayhon Ganiyeva was born on September 16, 1978, in Tashkent. Her mother, Tamara Shokirova, was a highly acclaimed Uzbek actress who received the title Meritorious Artist of the Uzbek SSR. Her father, Otabek Ganiyev, is also a well-known actor in Uzbekistan and other former Soviet countries. On November 16, 2012, Rayhon got married to Yigitali, a 22-year-old student of the Tashkent Theatrical Institute. This song was called
Orzuinga Ishon in Uzbek
and in English its called
Follow your dreams,
This song means that you
have to always follow your
dreams and never give up
on that , it also means that
if you keep on smiling people
will smile back to you :)
Gallery The national flag of Uzbekistan contains three horizontal bands colored blue, white and green with a red strip separating each color. On the blue stip there is a depiction of a crescent and twelve stars. The crescent represents Uzbekistan’s historical and religious history. The twelve stars are spiritual and divine symbols. The blue on the flag represents the Turks Tengrism Religion. The white color stands for holy peace and the green symbolizes Islam. The color of the red strips symbolize the power of life.

Tashkent This is the
national clothes
called : ATLAS This is where circus
takes place The uzbekistan map
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