Leaders of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan launch new social facilities

Tajikistan built a school in Samarkand, and Uzbekistan built a medical complex in Khatlon Region.

On June 10, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, on an official visit to Tajikistan, participated in the opening ceremony of two large facilities: a school in Samarkand, built by the Tajik side, and a modern medical complex in Khatlon Region, built by Uzbek builders, the press office of the President of Uzbekistan reported.

The medical complex in Kubodiyon district contains a hospital designed for 250 patients. It will serve 7,500 patients per year. The hospital has the surgery, urology, otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology, intensive care and resuscitation, paediatrics, traumatology, gynaecology, pregnancy pathology, postpartum recovery and therapy departments. The polyclinic, which is part of the medical complex, will deliver patient care to 300 people in one shift and over 219,000 people per year.

The school in Urgut district is designed for 640 children. The three-storey school building houses 26 classrooms, gym, assembly hall, canteen, library, career education and specialised classrooms. It is stuffed with modern computer and laboratory equipment.

11 июн 2021, 11:15
Photo source: president.uz

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