In 2016, presidential elections were held in Uzbekistan, where Shavkat Mirziyoyev won by a huge margin. President of uzbekistan remains in public office to this day. In April of this year, a referendum was held at which new innovations were adopted.
For quite a long time, Shavkat Mirziyoyev served as President of Uzbekistan, but the citizens of the state did not lose confidence in his words and actions. In an effort to make the lives of his subjects easier, he has done a lot of work to improve the politics and economy of Uzbekistan:
- revision and changes that affected quite deep layers of state policy;
- raising the economy to a higher level, making the lives of citizens better.
The state leader has bright charisma and inexhaustible energy. He cannot be compared with the former President, as their governing styles are strikingly different.
Sh. Mirziyoyev is trying to make the state modern by introducing new reforms, the main purpose of which is to bring Uzbekistan to a fundamentally new level worthy of any European state.
He is inspired by the trust of the people, who support their ruler in everything and take changes and reforms for granted.
Active political activity of the President of Uzbekistan
Mr. Mirziyoyev, throughout his reign, has been present with enviable regularity at various political events. Some issues require his direct intervention in the situation.
He puts a lot of effort into bringing his native Uzbekistan to a more modern level. His dream is to make the state competitive, which can be compared with any European one.
One of the burning issues is the environment. Relatively recently, a meeting of the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea was held. Mirziyoyev visited him at the official invitation of the President of Tajikistan, for whom this issue is of great importance.
Taking the floor, Mr. Mirziyoyev noted the importance of this issue, which would be quite difficult to resolve without involving the public. The implementation of fruitful tasks without the attention of a wide contingent is impossible.
Working together and making efforts, he believes it is possible to achieve a positive result in solving the problem of catastrophic water shortages in Central Asia. The President is of the opinion that the situation should not be hushed up, otherwise it could lead to irreversible consequences.