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Jalal Abad region governor visits villages bordering with Uzbekistan.

Jalal-Abad region governor Jumagul Egamberdiyeva visited the villages of Kok-Tash and Kok-Serek of Ala-Buka district on October 29.

The governor held meetings with the local population. 3,800 people live in Kok-Tash village, which has one secondary school, two primary schools and one kindergarten. This village borders with Uzbekistan, the border length of which is 19,200 meters.

The delegation led by Jumagul Egamberdiyeva visited medical and obstetrician facility in the village of Bulak-Bashi, where paramedic Nurmamat Umarov provides medical care to population of 680 people. This medical and obstetrician facility is provided with coal for the upcoming winter period and has solar panels, which can ensure purchase of electricity during 27 hours.

New school was commissioned in this year in Kok-Tash. 42 million soms were allocated for construction of the given facility.

Local residents asked the Envoy to assist in resolving cross-border issues, and conduct preventive medical examination of the population living in remote villages.

Then, the delegation visited Kok-Serek rural district, where 6,700 people live. The rural district consists of 6 villages. 50 tons of coal were brought for social facilities.

The Envoy inspected preparation for the upcoming winter period in hospital and district schools, as well as took part in the opening ceremony of the new bridge over Kok-Serek river, to the construction of which 8.68 million soms were spent.

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