NES Uzbekistan announced positive changes in the electricity supply of the Republic starting December 1, 2019.
North Korea’s state media on Saturday (November 30) lashed out at Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as an “imbecile and political dwarf” for calling Pyongyang’s latest test of a large multiple-rocket launcher a ballistic missile launch and warned he may see a real one in the near future.
Abdulla Aripov sharply criticized the state of affairs in this direction. “Winter has not yet come, but problems with the supply of gas and electricity to the population have already begun,” Aripov said.
Ties between Turkey and France have been strained in recent years, but Macron and Cavusoglu’s comments on Thursday highlight growing tensions ahead of NATO’s 70th anniversary summit in London next week.
In conclusion, Abdulla Abdukadirov noted that taking into account the state of execution of the state budget this year and the planned changes in the field of state borrowing and fiscal policy, the probability of reducing the main rate is very small.
A deer listed in the Red book died on the highway Urgench-Nukus.
Eco-activist Saidali Muhtorov expressed concern over the illegal felling of trees. In his opinion, the branches of spruces are the main ingredient in the preparation of the most popular dish in Uzbekistan – “tandir gusht”.
According to the results of the contest, Uzbekistan won the nomination “Discovery of the year”, leaving behind such states as Armenia, Oman, Taiwan and Romania.
According to the data received, the plane was operated by Otabek Oblokulov, who, along with his wife and three children, as well as other relatives, was heading to Kingston from Toronto for the weekend. According to preliminary information, the cause of the crash could be bad weather.
A pair of boots thought to belong to French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte is expected to fetch up to 80,000 euros ($88,176) at a sale in Paris’ Drouot auctioneers on Friday.