The Cabinet of Ministers' report was heard at the session of the Senate

GDP grew by 106.9%, 19 family clinics. In addition, there are several shortcomings in the report.

At the twentieth plenary session of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis, the report of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan for the III quarter of 2021 was heard.

Senators positively assessed the timely measures taken by the government to mitigate the pandemic on the socio-economic situation in our country.

It was noted that in January-September 2021, GDP growth compared to the same period last year amounted to 106.9%, including the growth of industrial production - 109.0%, services - 107.6%, agriculture - 104.2% ... The volume of trade turnover reached 167.0 trillion soums, an increase of 109.8% compared to the previous year.

28.6 thousand unemployed citizens included in the "iron notebook", "women's notebook" and "youth notebook" received subsidies in the amount of 58 billion 900 million soums.

To finance the activities provided for in the Obod Kishlok and Obod Mahalla programs, 9 trillion 800 billion soums were spent from the republican budget, and a loan of 301 billion soums was allocated to local budgets for these purposes.

In order to improve the health of the population, a total of 27 million doses of vaccine were delivered, about 5.5 million people were fully vaccinated with 23 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
Thanks to the reforms carried out in the health care system, 82 family medical stations and 19 family polyclinics have been created.

Also at the plenary session, the shortcomings of the work done were heard.

In particular, shortcomings are observed in the fields of insurance, employment of graduates in the field of tourism, an electronic portal of cultural heritage sites has not been created.
The decree on the implementation of the Public Investment Management Assessment (PIMA) system was not adopted.

Senators also expressed dissatisfaction with the unsatisfactory state of the work carried out in certain regions to organize the activities of youth technoparks.

Upon completion of the discussions, an appropriate resolution was adopted to ensure the timely and high-quality implementation of all tasks of the State Program.