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Thursday, July 20, 2017

President Karimov of Uzbekistan is in critical condition

The government of Uzbekistan reported that President Islam Karimov is in critical condition. Last night his health condition deteriorated after suffering a stroke.

“With great heavy heart that we inform you that in the past day as our President has been a marked deterioration and, according to doctors, it is estimated as critical… As previously reported, the head of our state Islam Karimov was hospitalized last Saturday after suffering stroke them”, — quotes RIA Novosti message of the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan.

The official statement of the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan issued to the local media, it was said that Islam Karimov is inpatient treatment, which requires a “specific time”.

The daughter of the President of the Republic of Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva on his page on Instagram said that her father is in intensive care after a brain hemorrhage. Then the doctors evaluated his condition as stable.

On Tuesday, August 31, in connection with the hospitalization of the President, was the government cancelled a concert with the participation of the country’s leadership and representatives of the diplomatic corps, dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Uzbekistan’s independence.

A series of events in honor of independence Day on 1 September, was first held without the participation of the head of state. Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyaev and representatives of the chambers of the Parliament laid flowers to the monument of Independence and humanism, square of “independence” in Tashkent.


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