The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Uzbekistan reported that the bodies of 7 citizens of Uzbekistan, who died in a road accident in Kazakhstan were delivered to Khorezm
region on Sunday.
The three leading producers of fish this year will include the Tashkent region with 20,100 tons of fish, Karakalpakstan - 20,000 tons and Khorezm
region - 13,100 tons.
AD 780-850 and was from the same Khorezm
region of the Uzbekistan-Turkmenistan border area as al-Biruni, hence "al-Khorezmi.
Agreements for trade-economic and cultural-humanitarian cooperation between Dashoguz province of Turkmenistan and Khorezm
region of Uzbekistan, and Lebap province of Turkmenistan and Bukhara region of Uzbekistan
The promise of the female recipient--real enough to promise a response or meeting yet distant enough to symbolize an ideal--functioned like the diary's blank pages, allowing men to retreat to spaces of supervised solitude to make sense of their participation in the war and work out the identities they were trying to embrace--as Soviet frontoviki, infantrymen, or officers; as batyrs, yigits, and Uzbek soldiers in the Red Army; and as Muslim young men from places like Samarkand and Khorezm
, seeking to attract companionship.
44) Urgench is a city in Uzbekistan, which is the capital of Khorezm
province, located on the banks of the River Amu, and situated approximately 450 kilometers northwest of Bukhara and near the Turkmenistan border.
Test operation of the Wi-Fi zones was launched in the historical city museum Itchan Kala (walled inner town of Khiva) in Khorezm
region through organization of optical communication channels and setting the appropriate radio equipment in 2014.
The agreements were signed in Urgench, the administrative center of Khorezm
region, Uzbekistan during the international conference entitled "Development of cooperation in the Aral Sea Basin to mitigate environmental catastrophe consequences".
Abdul A1 Mulk ibn Abdullah Salami agent of Nasr ibn Abdul Sayar introduced himself to Khorezm
Chapters discuss four locations: Bukhara, Khorezm
, the Ferghana Valley, and Sharisabz, with an introductory historical sketch; oases were key in the change from nomadic life to post-Soviet farming communities.
16) In any case, this legislation had never applied in Bukhara or Khorezm
In a course of the present research we carried out clinical-laboratory examination of 70 children of the age from 3 to 7 years living in the Khorezm