14 July 2023

By 2030, Uzbekistan’s GDP will grow to $160 billion – Shavkat Mirziyoyev

According to the report of Spot, Shavkat Mirziyoyev addressed both chambers of the Oliy Majlis with an inaugural speech. Her retelling is given by the press secretary of the President Sherzod Asadov.

The coming era will be a time of major changes for Uzbekistan in the political, socio-economic, cultural, humanitarian and other spheres, the head of state noted. According to him, new times require new ideas and results.

It is required to change the system to increase efficiency in all industries and areas. “Those who think that the mobilization ended with the end of the elections are mistaken”, – Mirziyoyev pointed out.

Aggravation of conflicts in different parts of the Earth negatively affects the global economy. Competition for trade and investment flows is intensifying, the number of problems in the field of food and energy security is increasing.

Global climate change, the reduction of natural water resources also create challenges for sustainable development. In this situation, Uzbekistan must choose the most effective path in politics and firmly adhere to it.

The country will continue to pursue a course towards a strong, market-based economy, the president said. At the same time, it will preserve the heritage of the past and develop its culture on the basis of national values.

The introduction of the “green” economy and energy will continue. By attracting new investments, by 2030 it is planned to bring the GDP to $160 billion – for this, Uzbekistan has the necessary natural, labor, and intellectual resources.

The population expects new practical actions from the government, Mirziyoyev stressed. Leaders of all levels will be judged “not by beautiful, grandiloquent speeches, but by clear performance results.”