We all listened and read the greetings of our honorable President to the railway workers of our country with great excitement and satisfaction. Congratulatory words are sure to stir up feelings of pride and pride in the profession in both young and old employees of the industry.
The sincere words of our honorable President: "We all gratefully acknowledge that you, dear ones, have an inestimable place and contribution in building the new Uzbekistan - a state and society that is rapidly developing and facing the world." raised like a mountain.
Indeed, through the railway system, which has always been a kind of bridge connecting long distances, today literally countries are entering into practical relations with each other, both economically and socio-politically. It is increasing its capabilities and ensuring the well-being of the people. In this sense, it is difficult to find a convenient, safe and reliable network like our railways.
Yes, the importance of the railway system in the development of our free and prosperous New Uzbekistan is incomparable. It is worth mentioning the great creative work that has been carried out in the past years in terms of comprehensive improvement of the network thanks to the effective and hard work of the multinational railway workers' team.
In this regard, we would also like to thank the workers and servants, builders and engineers, machinists and wagon watchers, industry veterans working in the railway system of our beloved country, in a word, all those who have been making a worthy contribution to the development of our country with their effective work. We sincerely congratulate our railway workers on the holiday.
Dedicated railway workers!
On behalf of the team of the Ministry of Transport, I congratulate you on your happy professional holiday. See the pleasure of your honest and honorable work that is being carried out in the direction of the development of our country and the improvement of the standard of living of our people! May your family rest in peace, and may your roads always be safe!
I. Makhkamov, Minister of Transport of the Republic of Uzbekistan.