President of the Republic of Tajikistan

Visit to Danghara district

17.05.2012 07:00


Today, the President of the country Emomali Rahmon traveled to Danghara district for conducting a working meeting with activists and agrarians of Khatlon region.

The visit of Head of state Emomali Rahmon to Danghara district began from Somonjon site of Lolazor village community.

In Oftobru site of this community the Head of state and his accompanying persons took part in general work of gathering of a rough food for cattle from natural grasses.

Emomali Rahmon also visited the exhibition of good-quality cattle and agriculture products of Khatlon region and gave to officials instructions for stirring up necessary works.

In this site the Head of State Emomali Rahmon held a working meeting with activists and agrarians of Khatlon region. During this meeting President Emomali Rahmon gave concrete instructions to participants on further development of agriculture, including sector of fruit and vegetable growing, husbandry, cotton growing, expansion of repeated sowing in irrigated lands, improvement of strains of cattle, increase of its fertility and number of livestock, abundant storage of food for cattle. Particularly, it was instructed that rough food for cattle should be reserved for two years through expansion of harvest and collection of natural grasses.

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