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More than 50 thousand jobs are planned to be created in Andijan

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More than 50 thousand jobs are planned to be created in Andijan

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced this at a meeting held in Ulugnor district.

"This year, in the region, it was planned to create 25 thousand jobs, which completely does not satisfy us, since there are more unemployed people.

Khokims, sector leaders should help attract investment and technologies, organize industrial and service enterprises, ensure employment through this," said Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

It was noted that before the arrival of the Head of the state in the region, an ad hoc working group developed a plan on creating more than 51 thousand jobs through extensive use of existing capabilities.

This was reported by the Press Service of the President.

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