International community highly assesses ongoing work to improve the level and quality of life of the rural population through the construction of residential houses on standard projects, accelerated development in rural areas of engineering and transport communications, social infrastructure in Uzbekistan.
Chen Changming, vice president of Shanghai Tongshe Architectural Design Institute, deputy chief architect of Shanghai Think Arch Design (China):
– In April 2013, I was honored to take part in the international conference “Modern housing construction as an engine of complex development and transformation of villages, improving the quality of life of the population” in Tashkent. During the event, many foreign experts, including representatives of Shanghai, made specific proposals. I believe that the adoption of the Resolution of the President of Uzbekistan “On the program for the construction of affordable residential houses on standard projects in rural areas 2017-2021yy.” indicates that the ideas, put forward at the event, is not a thing of the story and have been actively implemented.
Implementation of comprehensive measures on the construction of housing for the villagers, the further improvement of living conditions, employment plays an important role in rural development. The large-scale creative work has been carried out in Uzbekistan and radically changed the face of the remote areas.
Philip Pang, director of government relations at the International Chamber of Commerce in Singapore:
– Uzbekistan belongs to a number of the few countries that have a specific strategy to improve the level and quality of life through the construction of rural individual housing on standard projects and the development of engineering and transport communications.
Implementation of the new programs will help to ensure a consistent policy of further expansion of the scale of housing construction in rural areas as one of the main factors of rural accomplishment and radically improvement of the villagers’ lives.
Marat Koshumbaev, deputy chairman of the Kazakh Research Institute of Power Engineering named after Academician Shafiq Chokin, academician of the International Academy of Informatization in General Consultative Status of the United Nations:
– Construction of new homes with a modern infrastructure in remote regions of the country will create new industries and economic growth in general.
The formation of new towns and satellite cities give more impetus to the accelerated development of energy, water, transport and telecommunications links in Uzbekistan. In this context, it is important to create local renewable energy sources that will support the energy security of the country.
Along with this, there is a need for linkage of affordable housing programs with development of tourism and agriculture in Uzbekistan.
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