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Ministry of Finance announces draft State Budget for 2022

The state budget for 2022 is expected to have revenues of 200 trillion soums and expenditures of 215.4 trillion soums.

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The Information Service of the Ministry of Finance has announced the draft State Budget for 2022.

While GDP growth is projected at 6% in 2022, the downward trend in inflation is expected to continue and be around 9% in 2022.

It is planned that in 2022, the state budget will be allocated 200 trillion soums in revenues and 215.4 trillion soums in expenditures, including transfers to state trust funds.

Funds allocated to government agencies in 2022:

•  Ministry of Public Education – 25.8 trillion;
•  Ministry of Preschool Education – 6.5 trillion;
•  Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education – 4.1 trillion
•  Ministry of Health – 3.06 trillion;
•  Ministry of Culture – 728 billion;
•  Ministry of Innovative Development – 843.3 billion;
•  Ministry of Housing and Communal Services – 1.324 trillion;
•  Ministry of Agriculture – 615.8 billion;
•  Ministry of Water Resources – 3.44 trillion;
•  Ministry of Energy – 55 billion;
•  Ministry of Transport – 5.87 trillion;
•  State Committee for Ecology and Environmental Protection – 38.4 billion;
•  State Committee for Geology and Mineral Resources – 1.1 trillion;
•  Committee for the Development of Silk and Wool Industry – 186.6 billion;
•  Ministry of Tourism and Sports – 1.7 trillion;
•  Committee on Industrial Safety – 14.3 billion;
•  State Committee on Forestry – 136.8 billion;
•  Committee for Veterinary and Livestock Development – 246.8 billion;
•  Antimonopoly Committee – 8.9 billion;
•  State Assets Management Agency – 10.7 billion;
•  Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations – 1.25 trillion;
•  State Statistics Committee – 264.6 billion;
•  Ministry of Construction – 358.9 billion;
•  Ministry of Foreign Affairs – 577.1 billion;
•  Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade – 415.8 billion;
•  Ministry of IT and Communications Development – 160 billion;
•  Ministry of Justice – 164.9 billion;
•  Ministry of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction – 769.2 billion;
•  Ministry of Finance – 73.5 trillion;
•  State Tax Committee – 1.5 trillion;
•  Cabinet of Ministers – 1.62 trillion;
•  Presidential Administration – 795.1 billion;
•  Civil Service Development Agency – 230 billion;
•  Chamber of Accounts – 60.4 billion;
•  Senate – 148.2 billion;
•  Legislative Chamber – 237.9 billion;
•  Ombudsman – 8.3 billion;
•  Prosecutor General’s Office – 1.357 trillion;
•  Supreme Court – 1 trillion;
•  Constitutional Court – 12.2 billion;
•  Supreme Council of Judges – 33.1 billion;
•  Anti-Corruption Agency – 20 billion;
•  Central Election Commission – 11 billion;
•  MTRK – 561.4 billion;
•  UzA – 20.6 billion;
•  Uzarkhiv – 10.4 billion;
•  Center for Spirituality and Enlightenment – 62.3 billion;
•  Uzhydromet – 180.7 billion;
•  National Center for Human Rights – 11.4 billion;
•  Agency for Youth Affairs – 212.8 billion;
•  Ministry of Mahalla – 57.4 billion;
•  Federation of Trade Unions – 120 billion;
•  UzFA – 328.2 billion;
•  Chamber of Accounts – 60.4 billion;
•  Presidential Agency for Educational Institutions – 430.5 billion;
•  Agency for Development of Medical and Social Services – 90 billion;
•  Cinematography Agency – 233 billion;
•  Agency for Plant Quarantine and Protection – 87.4 billion;
•  Strategic Development Agency – 7.5 billion soums;
•  Other organizations – 29 trillion.

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