Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace

Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace

In the holy month of Ramadan, Uzbekistan has successfully conducted the humanitarian operation “Mehr” (Benevolence).
On the directive of President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, 156 Uzbek citizens, mostly women and children, have been returned to homeland from the zone of armed conflicts in the Middle East. On May 30, they arrived in Tashkent on a special flight.
The government will provide with medical, psychological, material and moral assistance to these people who, due to delusion, had left our country and endured a difficult life period.
Necessary conditions will be delivered for their return to normal peaceful life and integration into society, access to educational and other social programs, including through the provision of adequate housing and employment.

Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
Benevolence, humanitarian operation as the embodiment of kindness and grace
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