Activities of Shavkat Mirziyoyev as president of Uzbekistan

Shavkat Mirziyoyev was born in 1957 on July 24. Its homeland is the Zaamin district of the Jizzakh region. Shavkat’s parents worked in the medical field. Shavkat Mirziyoyev is Uzbek by nationality. The man managed to study as a mechanical engineer at the best institute in Tashkent.

Shavkat began working in 1981 at the same higher educational institution from which he graduated. There he took the position of scientific officer (junior). Then Shavkat advanced in his career, becoming a senior lecturer, and then even a vice-rector, who dealt with educational issues.

The Council of the Republic chose a man for the role of deputy in 1990. In this direction, Shavkat’s career began with the position of chairman of the Credentials Committee. Already in 1992, he became khokim, activities in this direction continued until 2003. During this period, Shavkat made a good contribution to the development process of various areas in matters of economics and social growth.

From 1995 to 2003, the man became a member of commissions that adopted acts of legislation. He implemented reforms related to democracy, which received a large number of votes.

Shavkat became Prime Minister of the Republic in 2003. Then both chambers again approved him for this post. This happened in 2005, 2010, 2015.

The first President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov completely trusted Shavkat. The man tried very hard and became a loyal colleague and ally of the president.

When Shavkat served as head of government, he showed outstanding abilities. The man has established himself as a leader in various reforms, improvement of the country, and implementation of unique projects.

Shavkat placed emphasis on economic development in matters of industrialization. Export potential increased with his participation. The agricultural sector has changed dramatically, and farming has begun to actively develop. The population was able to receive the best goods at a very reasonable price.

Shavkat Mirziyoyev took measures regarding large-scale construction work in different regions of the country. The quality of services offered by the government has improved. The development of districts and cities has become comprehensive. Shavkat did not forget even about those rural areas that are located in the wilderness.

A man was elected President of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2016 on December 4. He received 88.61% of the population’s votes. He was subsequently re-elected again in 2021. Now Shavkat lives with his legal wife, he has three children and five grandchildren!