Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the school named after Abdulla AripovPoems of the national poet of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov – the author of our National anthem, who expressed an immense love for the Motherland in his lines – are the property of all our people.
During his visit to Kashkadarya region in February 2017, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with the project of installation in the city of Karshi of a monument to Abdulla Aripov, noted the need for completion of the project, organization of the school named after the poet, and a museum dedicated to the works of Abdulla Aripov.
Almost a year later, the President got acquainted with the progress of implementation of this project.
Based on the improved project, a specialized boarding school named after the Hero of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov was built in the city. A monument to the great poet is erected next to the school, built in accordance with the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers “On establishment of a specialized boarding school with advanced study of the native language and literature named after Abdulla Aripov in the city of Karshi” of May 24, 2017. The architectural ensemble is complemented by a wall with lines from the poems of the poet.
The museum of Abdulla Aripov is organized on the first floor of the school. Personal items of the poet, gifts presented to him are placed here.
The school is designed for 150 students. There is a house designed for 500 students and an assembly hall for 200 seats. Graduates of the fifth grades are accepted to the school on a competitive basis.
Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with activities of the school. Examined the museum, classes, talked with students.
The students conducted a poetic competition with students of schools named after Ibrahim Yusupov, Muhammad Yusuf, Hamid Alimjan and Zulfiya via video conferencing. They read Abdulla Aripov’s and their own poems.
President Shavkat Mirziyoyev wished students to become worthy followers of the great poet, become famous all over the world.
The President presented gifts to a group of students.