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TMCNet:  Entrepreneurs can send appeals to Prime Minister via Internet [UzDaily (Uzbekistan)]

[January 26, 2014]

Entrepreneurs can send appeals to Prime Minister via Internet [UzDaily (Uzbekistan)]

(UzDaily (Uzbekistan) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Tashkent, Uzbekistan ( -- Single portal of interactive state services launched new service for business entities of Uzbekistan.

The business people, who faced with violation of their rights and interests, and cannot solve problem inplaces, can now send appeal directly to Prime Minister of Uzbekistan via website of the Single portal of interactive state services -

New service is directed at solving possible problems related to long consideration of applications, violations at issuing loans or lands, frequent inspections and illegal interference to financial-economic activities of businesses, red-tape, etc.

The appeals to Prime Minister can be also sent via telephone number 8 (800) 200-1818. The call is free across Uzbekistan, but only standard fee for fixed telephony is levied.

Each appeal will be recorded and taken under control. Each appeal will be considered and respectable measures will be adopted and taken into account in activities of the ministries and departments. The persons, who violated interests of businesses, will be attracted to responsibility.

The service was adopted to implement tasks, put by the President of Uzbekistan Islam Karrimov at the session of the Cabinet of Ministers from 17 January 2014.

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