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Political parties join the fight against COVID-19 in Tajikistan

1 month ago Web Desk 0
The ruling People’s Democratic Party of Tajikistan (PDPT), which is led by President Emomali Rahmon, has reportedly volunteered 300,000 somoni to the republican anti-coronavirus war chest.   Besides, the PDPT leadership has ordered its organizations in the regions to provide all kinds of support to health workers conducting fights against COVID-19 and nationals of the Read More

Coronavirus panic puts sufferers of other illnesses in grave danger

1 month ago Web Desk 0
The coronavirus pandemic has reportedly thrown this delicate arrangement into disarray, however. Flights have been canceled for weeks. Prices for what is available locally have rocketed. Shortages prevail.   According to Eurasianet, Safarali Toshev, who donated a kidney to his sick daughter two years ago, sold property, borrowed money from the bank and got help Read More

Tajik Embassy in Moscow calls on Tajikistanis not to believe fraudsters

1 month ago Web Desk 0
Tajik diplomatic mission has called on fellow-countrymen to be vigilant and not believe information that they allegedly could travel from Russia to Tajikistan by land, including buses.   “In recent day, some unscrupulous persons have disseminated information among people that they allegedly could travel from Russia to Tajikistan by land. There were cases when such Read More

Political parties join the fight against COVID-19 in Tajikistan

1 month ago Web Desk 0
The ruling People’s Democratic Party of Tajikistan (PDPT), which is led by President Emomali Rahmon, has reportedly volunteered 300,000 somoni to the republican anti-coronavirus war chest.   Besides, the PDPT leadership has ordered its organizations in the regions to provide all kinds of support to health workers conducting fights against COVID-19 and nationals of the Read More

Coronavirus panic puts sufferers of other illnesses in grave danger

1 month ago Web Desk 0
The coronavirus pandemic has reportedly thrown this delicate arrangement into disarray, however. Flights have been canceled for weeks. Prices for what is available locally have rocketed. Shortages prevail.   According to Eurasianet, Safarali Toshev, who donated a kidney to his sick daughter two years ago, sold property, borrowed money from the bank and got help Read More