The project of the theme park “Kurgans Bibihonim" launched in Jizzakh region
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- In order to accelerate the development of the tourism sector in Uzbekistan, attract tourism infrastructure, including foreign investment, further increase the tourist flow, our compatriot Dilovar Gulom, President of GMFR Global, and his partners visited Jizzakh region .
As a result of the joint work with the American compatriot on 4 June, the project on the construction of the new tourist route “Bibihonim Kurganlari” was launched in Jizzakh region. The goal of this project is to turn the Bibihonim fortress (Saraymulhonim) and Sarbazar Karavansaray of the 14th century into a tourist route, to organize a “museum of new Khanimkurgan” on the basis of found historical monuments, and also to build a number of tourist infrastructure objects.
In addition, during the visit, a meeting was organized with the participation of representatives of the Jokak regional government, the State Committee for Tourism Development and local authorities.
The meeting discussed promising projects aimed at developing tourism in Jizzakh region, implementing a number of projects aimed at further improving the tourism infrastructure, as well as in other areas. In particular, resort zones are located around the Aydar-Arnasay lake system, etc. Projects such as the construction of a hotel and resort complex in the Rashidov district are considered, and foreign investment in these projects is planned.
It should be noted that the head of our state pays special attention to the active involvement of compatriots abroad in the reforms carried out in Uzbekistan.
“Uzbekistan is my homeland, I visited my first country for the first time and felt a sense of pride. I invest in a number of projects, realizing that I need a lot of work before my homeland. I think that such projects will contribute to our living standards in the near future development of the tourism industry. I want to emphasize that we, along with compatriots like me living abroad, contributed to the further development of Uzbekistan,” President of GMFR Global Dilovar Gulom said.