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ADB provides assistance to combat COVID-19 in Tajikistan

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on March 16 said it has allocated a $100,000 grant from the ongoing Maternal and Child Health Integrated Care Project to support the Tajikistan government’s preventive and mitigation efforts against the novel coronavir... Read More

Uzbekistan confirms four coronavirus cases, closes border, schools

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Uzbekistan has confirmed four coronavirus cases. An Uzbek woman has tested positive for coronavirus after returning from Paris. Her two children and an air passenger arriving from Turkey have also tested positive for coronavirus.The woman returned fro... Read More

Impact of possible economic downturn in Russia for Central Asia might not be as hard as it was in 2014

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An article by Bruce Pannier “Analysis: Do Oil Price Cuts Signal Bad Economic Times Will Return To Central Asia?” that was posted on Radio Liberty’s website on March 14 notes that it’s looking like deja vu of the worst kind in Central Asia as a new eco... Read More

Lack of suitable business environment in Tajikistan leads to migration, says Tajik economist

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Dr. Hojimuhammad Umarov, an expert on Tajik economy, notes that a significant part of Tajikistan’s economy is monopolized an it is the monopolies that are to blame for the fact that Tajikistan has not yet created a competitive environment.“In Tajikist... Read More

Tashkent does not suspend passage of Tajik trains via Uzbek territory

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Tashkent has not suspended passage of Tajik trains via Uzbek territory, according to the State Unitary Enterprise (SUE) Rohi Ohani Tojikiston (Tajik Railways).An official source at Tajik Railways says they have not received any notification from Joint... Read More

Tajik MFA Holds Briefing on Explaining the Current Requirements for Preventing a New Coronavirus

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DUSHANBE, On Friday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population, Civil Aviation Agency, medical-sanitary unit of the Dushanbe International Airport and the WHO Rep... Read More

Tajik MFA Holds Briefing on Explaining the Current Requirements for Preventing a New Coronavirus

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DUSHANBE, On Friday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population, Civil Aviation Agency, medical-sanitary unit of the Dushanbe International Airport and the WHO Rep... Read More

No-Man’s-Land: Tajiks Stranded On Kazakh-Uzbek Border Amid Coronavirus Fears

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Dozens of Tajiks, including many women and children, were stranded for 17 hours on the Kazakh-Uzbek border on March 16 as countries closed their borders in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.A Tajik man told RFE/RL on March 16 the group... Read More

No-Man’s-Land: Tajiks Stranded On Kazakh-Uzbek Border Amid Coronavirus Fears

4 months ago tajikistannewsgazette.com Comments Off on No-Man’s-Land: Tajiks Stranded On Kazakh-Uzbek Border Amid Coronavirus Fears
Dozens of Tajiks, including many women and children, were stranded for 17 hours on the Kazakh-Uzbek border on March 16 as countries closed their borders in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.A Tajik man told RFE/RL on March 16 the group... Read More

Meeting of the Ambassador with the former Prime Minister of Malaysia

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On March 13, 2020, in Kuala Lumpur the Ambassador of the Republic of Tajikistan to Malaysia Ardasher Qodiri has met with the former Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Mahathir bin Mohamad.During the meeting the sides exchanged views on Tajik-Malaysian rela... Read More