A spiritual and educational event was held in the mahalla "Beshkapa"
In order to ensure the implementation of the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On preparation for the Thirty-Year holiday of the state independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan and its transfer at a high level” was held a spiritual and educational meeting on topic “We live in a new Uzbekistan – a free and prosperous country!” in the mahalla of “Beshkapa” of Mirzo Ulugbek district. This event was organized jointly with the professors and teachers of the University of world economy and diplomacy and the Development Strategy Center of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
At the event, the leading expert of the Development Strategy Center F. Inankulov spoke in detail about the reforms carried out in our country in 2017-2021 and covered the essence of the achievements, changes and innovations and said that “People's satisfaction with life is the highest and fair assessment given to our work”, “Not the people should serve the state, but government bodies should serve the people”, “People should live well not tomorrow, not in the distant future, but today,” are of a special character, with the aim of ensuring full human rights and freedoms in the country in the first place.
Then the chairman of the mahalla "Beshkapa" Kh.Tukhtayeva, speaking about the work carried out in the mahalla, stressed that the interaction of UWED teachers with young people, especially in the "youth notebook", will certainly give a positive result, university scientists contribute to the organization of spiritual and educational events held among the residents of the mahalla.
UWED rector advisor, doctor of political sciences, professor Shuhrat Gaibnazarov noted that such events are carried out within the framework of a series of organizational-practical, spiritual-educational activities on motto “We live in a new Uzbekistan – a free and prosperous country!” in cooperation with the activists of the mahallas Azamat, Al-Farabi, Ahillik, Ahmad Yugnaki, Munavvarqori, Traktorsozlar, Uygonish, Ulugbek, Humoyun, Yuzrabot and Yalongoch and presented books to the “Beshkapa” mahalla’s library.