Former Tajik Komsomol leader asks to reserve the first inscribed share for him

 

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December 7, 2009, Avaz Yuldoshev

 

 

Former Tajik Komsomol (Young Communist League) leader Odiljon Yoqubov (he headed Tajik Komsomol in 1988-1990) has asked the Ministry of Finance to reserve the first inscribed share in Roghun for him.

 

We will recall that enterprises and persons that will buy shares for more than 5,000 somoni will be given special inscribed Certificates of Shares.

 

“Over the last quarter of a century, many important events have taken place in our country,” said Yoqubov in his appeal, “However, they have not aroused in me any sense of necessity to participate in them.  As far the energy security and construction of the Roghun hydropower electricity are concerned, discussions over these subjects have made me “wake up.”

 

Appealing to his former colleagues, Odiljon Yoqubov notes that this appeal is not the next order of the government or president’s office, it is “a cry form the heart of the person, whom you know well.”

 

Yoqubov pointed to the necessity of bringing the country out of “this humiliating dependence.”  “I have asked Minister of Finance Safarali Najmiddinov to reserve the first inscribed share in Roghun for me,” Yoqubov noted.

 

“Like many of you, I also do not accept many things in our country, but today, we must be above all disagreements for the sake of dignity of our people and our country,” he stated.

 

 

 

 

 

Tajik cabinet discusses issuance and realization of Roghun shares

 

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December 8, 2009, Avaz Yuldoshev

 

 

Government considered issues related to issuance and realization of shares in Roghun HPP and collection of funds to help Roghun’s construction at a December 7 meeting, presided over by President Emomali Rahmon, according to presidential press service.

 

Speaking at the meeting, the president charged relevant bodies to take under strict control targeted use of funds coming to Roghun’s bank accounts.  Such bank accounts will be opened in all regions of the country.

 

With regard to wishes of Tajiks living abroad, it was also proposed to open such accounts at foreign banks as well, the press service said.

 

 

 

 

 

Banks in Kulob transfer 15,000 somoni to Roghun HPP bank account

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December 8, 2009, Turko Dikayev

 

 

Employees of banks in Khatlon’s Kulob zone have given up their one-day’s wages, totaling 15,000 somoni, to help construction of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP), Abdukarim Nematov, the head of the branch of the National Bank of Tajikistan (NBT) in Kulob, told Asia-Plus today.

 

Seven banks have their branches in the area and employees of many of them are ready to buy shares in Roghun next year, he said. 

 

 

 

 

 

Employees of Tajik embassy in Turkey give up their one-day’s wage to help Roghun’s construction

 

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December 8, 2009, Valentina Kondrashova

 

 

Employees of the Tajik Embassy in Turkey have given up their one-day’s wages to help construction of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP), Ms, Nigina Soliboyeva of the Tajik Embassy in Ankara said in an interview with Asia-Plus.

 

According to her, the funds collected by the embassy employees were transferred to a special bank account of the Roghun HPP on December 4.  She added that the embassy employees had also expressed wish to buy shares in Roghun

 

 

 

 

 

Youth committee calls on youth to help Roghun’s construction

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December 4, 2009, Mavjouda Hasanova

 

 

The Committee for Youth, Sports and Tourism Affairs has called on local youth to make contribution to construction of the Roghun hydroelectric power plant (HPP).

 

According to the committee press service, a working group has been set up, which is currently holding meetings with youth in the Sughd province to persuade local youth to buy shares in Roghun.  This action will last in northern Tajikistan till December 6.

 

The committee will hold similar meetings in other regions of the country as well, the press service said.