14:32 / 01.03.2021
Uzbekistan builds a medical complex in south of Tajikistan

Construction of the modern medical complex in Qubodiyon district of Tajikistan by the Uzbek side began in 2018. The work has now been completed and the complex will soon open its doors to patients.

The Uzbek authorities have constructed a reception-distribution center for coronavirus patients in Qubodiyon at the request of Tajikistan, Asia-Plus reports.

According to sources in the Tajik government, the construction work and equipping of the complex was carried out at the expense of the funds allocated by Uzbekneftegaz JSC.

Modern equipment will help in the shortest possible time to determine the presence of coronavirus infection in patients, and then send it to hospitals in the region and the capital to receive qualified assistance.

The construction of this facility was approved during the visit of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Dushanbe in March 2018.

Also, Uzbekistan financed the construction of a school for 630 students in the Spitamen district, Sughd province, which was commissioned in September 2020.

In turn, the Tajik authorities announced that they would build a school for 640 students in Samarkand and a kindergarten in Fergana region. President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon signed a relevant decree in March 2018.