Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Khorezm

Formation of air transport in Khorezm oasis and its role in the economic and social life of the region

Fazliddin Jumaniyozov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 533-540

this article is focused on the history of air transport and aviation in the Khorezm region. The history of civil aviation originated in Khorezm in the first quarter of the 20th century. The geographical position of the oasis allowed it to be ignored by world tourists until the 20th century. The development of air transport services in the region has strengthened its integration with the outside world.


Melikuziev Ikbal Mamasadikovich; Khusanov Sherzod Tirkashaliyevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2216-2232

The object of this research is the photographic art of Uzbekistan, and the subject
of the research is the analysis of the specifics of photographic art as the essential structure
of modern culture of Uzbekistan. The purpose of the work is to identify and analyze the
specifics of the photographic art of Uzbekistan in the historical and cultural context and
the purpose of the work defines the following tasks: To outline the main modern problems
of understanding photos and ways to solve them. In this work we carried out a cultural
analysis of the development of photographic art in Uzbekistan in the XX - XXI centuries;

Activities Of Industrial Enterprises In Uzbekistan

Raximova Gulchexra Sobirjonovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 625-633

The article highlights the negligence and irresponsibility of the industrial enterprises built in Uzbekistan in 1940-1980, which led to environmental problems. Lack of technical equipment in the chemical, petroleum, mining and construction industries built in the country, low allocation of funds for material and technical bases have led to a sharp increase in environmental damage at enterprises. Atmospheric air, soil, water and nearby populations suffered from industrial waste. Over the years, the environmental situation in Uzbekistan has worsened due to the fact that industrial enterprises are in need of repair. Since the former union was the sole owner of these industrial enterprises, local leaders could not solve even the simplest problems in industrial enterprises on their own. Activities in industrial enterprises were managed by the center. The appeals of the local population were not taken into account, and no measures were taken to prevent diseases and environmental tragedies among the population. As a result, the pollution of the Amudarya and Syrdarya rivers, the main water sources of Central Asian countries, has created economic and social problems. Historical and research sources provide information on the catastrophic impact of the waste from the chemical aluminum plant in Tajikistan on the environmental situation in the transboundary regions of Uzbekistan, including Surkhandarya.