SOCIETY | 16:36 / 24.06.2024
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Uzbekistan welcomes 100 Russian children for a healing retreat in Bostanlyk

100 children from families affected by the Crocus City Hall incident in Moscow will spend two weeks resting at the "Anor" children's recreation camp in the Bostanlyk district of Tashkent region. Additionally, they will also visit Samarkand.

In March, an attack at Crocus City Hall in Moscow affected several families. One hundred of their children will now have two weeks of rest at the "Anor" children's health resort in the Bostanlyk district of Tashkent region, reports with reference to the Federation of Trade Unions of Uzbekistan.

"We were received very warmly," says 12-year-old Lev Kolchin. "When my mom asked if I wanted to go to Uzbekistan, I hesitated. But as soon as I got here, I knew my decision was not a mistake. I think this summer vacation will be memorable for me and my friends."

Before being sent to the camp, the children were provided with sports clothes and necessary technical equipment.

The opening ceremony of the camp season was attended by Hilola Umarova, the Minister of Preschool and School Education of Uzbekistan; Bakhtiyor Makhmadaliyev, Deputy Chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions of Uzbekistan; and Zulayho Makhkamova, Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan.

During the two weeks, they will participate in sports competitions and master classes taught by famous sports masters. Additionally, they will have access to arts, dance, theater, music workshops, a computer class, and a library.

The guests are expected to enjoy an exciting excursion to the historical monuments and the "Eternal City" complex in Samarkand.

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