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NEWS AND EVENTS
2007 / February

February 22, 2007
No cases of bird flu among poultry or people have been registered in Uzbekistan, deputy health minister and chief sanitary doctor of Uzbekistan Bahtiyor Niyazmatov told UzA.

February 17, 2007
The majority of Uzbek citizens polled by the Ijtimoiy Firk public opinion center evaluated the socioeconomic state of the country as good and stable. According to the center?s latest poll, every second surveyed person believes the pace of economic reforms is normal.

February 13, 2007
Regular session of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan was held on 13 February.

February 12, 2007
Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan held a session on 12 February to sum up the results of the country?s socioeconomic development in 2006 and outline tasks for 2007. President Islam Karimov participated in the session with a report.

February 10, 2007
Scientists, writers, artists, representatives of youth and public, as well as diplomats participated in the celebrations of the 566th anniversary of the great poet Alisher Navoi on 9 February in Tashkent.

February 8, 2007
Uzbekistan Senate committees for budget and economic reforms, and for foreign political issues organized a round table on stimulating exports of the small and medium businesses.

February 6, 2007
The activities of the Special Olympi?s Uzbekistan organizations were discussed in Tashkent. Representatives of the diplomatic circles and international organizations, as well as women?s committees, sports and educational sectors participated in the discussion.

February 6, 2007
Coal production in Uzbekistan increased by 4% in 2006 to 3.1 million tons, Uzbekistan Today newspaper reported quoting the State Statistics Committee.



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