The President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has sent a message of sincere condolences to the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf due to the human victims in the Stockholm terror attack.
In his message, the Head of our country conveyed the words of sympathy and support to families and relatives of those died, and wished the injured a speedy recovery.
“As of April 2017, in view of the growth of consumer demand, we will start gradual increase in the production of cars equipped with automatic transmission from the current 20% to 40% of the total production volume.
We will expand the range with new modifications with automatic transmission (A/T): Lacetti SX A/T, Cobalt LT A/T, Nexia LT A/T,” reported GM Uzbekistan press service.
(Source: «Uzbekistan Today» newspaper)
Tashkent held a press conference following the launch of ‘Licence’, an interactive licencing tool, developed as part of the five-area Action Strategy 2017-2021.
Licence is an information system helping state bodies grant licences to businesses. It will ensure transparency of licencing activities and open access to licence rosters.
The Licence system will give citizens general information about licencing.
The system will allow businesses to send an online application and get e-licences from 1 January 2018.
Launched in December 2016, the electronic licencing portal is now in beta. Public officials have already filed around 600 licence applications.
Half of them have already been reviewed and put on the roster, containing over 41,000 licences.
The portal offers a guide on how licence applications in over 40 areas are to be submitted.
The areas include transport, customs, banking, architecture, construction, culture, publication, advertisement, trade, medicine, and others.
Uzbekistan national boxing team won one gold, three silver and three bronze medals of Thailand Invitation International Boxing Tournament 2017 in Thailand.
Isroil Madrimov became the winner of the gold medal of the tournament in the weight category of 75 kg.
Hasanbay Dusmatov (up to 49 kg) and Shahram Giyasov (69 kg) did fight in final bouts due to the decision of the coaching staff and they received silver medals. Elnur Abduraimov (up to 64 kg) also became a silver medalist of the tournament.
Jasurbek Latipov (up to 52 kg), Shahobiddin Zoirov (up to 56 kg) and Murodjon Akhmadaliyev (up to 60 kg) won the bronze medals of the Thailand Invitation International Tournament 2017.
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