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Romania supports education reforms in Uzbekistan

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Romania supports education reforms in Uzbekistan

Romania is allocating 60 thousand euros for health and education projects in Uzbekistan.

Romanian Ambassador Daniel Christian Ciobanu informed that according to the decision of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania Bogdan Aurescu, two voluntary contributions were made to UNICEF to support the implementation of projects in Uzbekistan.

The first voluntary contribution to UNICEF of 40,000 euros is intended to equip the Surkhandarya regional multidisciplinary medical center with medical equipment for the treatment of children.

The second contribution to UNICEF of 20,000 euros is intended for the opening of preschool institutions in Khorezm.

“It is very important for Romania to support the development and health of children in Uzbekistan, as they can make the most important contribution to the development of the country”, the Ambassador said. He fully shares the opinion of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev that a country where children are healthy has a great future.

“The ongoing reforms in Uzbekistan open up good prospects for expanding dialogue and contacts between Romania and Uzbekistan in all areas”, the diplomat noted.

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