President inaugurates a number of social and economic facilities in Guliston and Khujand cities

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The Tajik president’s official website says that in continuation of his working trip to the northern Sughd province, President Emomali Rahmon yesterday visited the city of Guliston.

 

In Guliston, the head of state commissioned a sewing workshop “Mahina” ad a shoe workshop “Mahina”, which were built by local businesswoman Jannatoy Abdaliyeva.

 

The sewing workshop has created jobs for 30 local women who sew uniforms for school, work, military, and a variety of men’s and women’s clothing.

 

The shoe workshop, which created twenty new jobs for local residents, reportedly produces more than 300 pairs of leather shoes per day.

 

Raw materials are imported from abroad, and 20 types of children’s, men’s, women’s and military shoes are sewn by hand using modern technology.

 

Rahmon also visited the exhibition of products manufactured by the Guliston-based sewing and shoe workshops.

 

On November 15, Emomali Rahmon attended an official opening ceremony of a new building of Secondary School No 28 in the city of Khujand, the capital of the Sughd province. The school is reportedly designed to accommodate almost 1300 students.

 

While in Khujand, the head of state also inaugurated an additional four-story building of the Sughd Police Directorate.

 

Emomali Rahmon also attended an official opening ceremony of the stone processing enterprise, Closed Joint-Stock Company (CJSC) Kamoli Khujandi Corporation in Khujand.

 

A new industrial enterprise was built in the territory of the Sughd Free Economic Zone (FEZ Sughd).

 

Raw materials are mainly imported from the territory of the Sughd province, including Khorokon of Khujand city, Agajol of Bobojon-Ghafourov district, Takelii Gharbi of Mastchoh district, Tillogul and Padora of Panjakent city.

 

The enterprise reportedly has the capacity to process up to 30-35 thousand square meters of decorative stones per year.

 

The facility created 30 new jobs in the territory of FEZ Sughd.

 

The head of state yesterday also inaugurated new building of the Digital Education Center of the Tajik State University of Law, Business and Politics in Khujand.

 

Source: Asia-Plus