Open dialogue with the leaders of the makhallas of Bukhara region takes place
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- On 18 January 2021, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Sardor Umurzakov from a studio in Bukhara in the format of a video conference held an open dialogue with the chairmen of all 544 makhallas of districts and cities of Bukhara region, dedicated to a comprehensive discussion of the existing social and economic problems in the region, as well as the development of promising mechanisms of interaction for their solution. The discussion was also attended by the heads of ministries, departments, industry associations and commercial banks assigned to the districts and cities of Bukhara region, as well as the relevant heads of local authorities.
The open format allowed for a constructive exchange of views on the principles of further joint work to stimulate the socio-economic development of the region.
During the dialogue, the importance of establishing close interaction between all levels of government from the Government to the mahalla was noted. The task was to develop passports for all 544 makhallas in the region, indicating the existing potential and problematic issues.
On the basis of these passports, those responsible for the development of districts and cities, heads of local authorities, four sectors, district and city organizations, together with the heads of makhallas, will have to develop programs for the integrated socio-economic development of cities and districts, indicating specific practical measures for each individual makhalla.
These programs will include targeted measures to improve the infrastructure and architectural appearance of microdistricts, build affordable multi-storey housing, maintain and improve the condition of internal roads, build and repair water, electricity and gas supply networks, social facilities, and provide employment for the unemployed working-age population, including youth, in makhallas.
During the discussion, the need to increase the activity of the leaders of makhallas themselves in the implementation of practical measures to increase the economic potential of the supervised sites by identifying new opportunities for creating new enterprises and attracting the population to entrepreneurial and production activities, as well as meeting the needs of citizens by modernizing communal and social infrastructure was emphasized. ...
As a result of the discussion, effective algorithms for interaction between the assigned heads of ministries, departments, industry associations and commercial banks with the heads of districts, cities and makhallas were developed, aimed at high-quality and timely execution of the tasks.