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O'zbekiston-Qirg'iziston chegarasida: "Do'stlik" posti


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Poytaxt Toshkentdan qariyb 400 km uzoqlikdagi Qirg'iziston chegarasiga yetib borguncha atrodagi manzara bilan ovruldik. Yo'llar qanchalik yaxshilangan? O'zbekiston bo'ylab bir necha soatlik safarlarga chiqish bugun qanday?

O'zbekiston va Qirg'izistonni bog'lovchi "Do'stlik" postidamiz
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2003-2017 yillar orasida cheklangan tarzda faoliyat yuritgan "Do'stlik" o'tkazish punkti hozirda O'zbekiston va Qirg'iziston orasidagi eng yirik chegara va bojxona postidir.

Jami besh millionga yaqin aholiga ega Andijon va O'sh viloyatlarini bog'laydi. O'tgan ikki yilda bu yerda yuz bergan o'zgarishlar haqida so'zlar ekan, ayrim o'zbekistonlik va qirg'izistonlik yo'lovchilar vaziyatni ko'zida yosh bilan izohlab beradi.

"Ko'z tegmasin..."

"Ishqilib rahbarlarimizning so'zlari o'zgarmasin..."

"Til topishishgani rost bo'lsin..."

Ikki qo'liga 4-5 sumka-tugun ko'targan yuzlab odamlarni kuzatdik. Hamma tirikchilik dardida. Hayot oson emas, lekin chegara ochiq ekani ularning ishonchini va imkoniyatini oshirgan.

Andijon viloyati Bojxona boshqarmasi katta inspektori Farhodbek Karimov deydiki, poraxo'rlik va yulg'ichlikka qarshi kurash tizimda ham, jamoatchilik orasida ham eng muhim vazifa deb qaraladi.

Bojxona xizmati xodimlarining oyligi oshirilgan. Tekshiruv jarayoni ilg'or texnologiyaga asoslangan. Oshkoralik va haqqoniylik yagona yo'l, deydi Karimov.

Yo'lovchilar sistema toza ishlayotganiga 100 foiz ishonmasa-da, bugungi tartibdan minnatdor ekanini aytadi. Chegaradan o'tish oldingidek soatlab emas, bir necha daqiqa oladi xolos, deydi O'zbekiston va Qirg'iziston pasportini ko'targan odamlar.

Har ikki tarafga har kuni o'tadigan fuqarolarga ko'ra, hozirda postda asabiylashish hollari oz. Nima uchun ketayotganingizni aytasiz, oldingidek so'roq qilish yo'q, deydi yo'lovchilar. Rostini aytmasangiz, muammo chiqishi mumkin.

"Amerika Ovozi" bilan gaplashgan yo'lovchilar orasida Qirg'iziston tomondan noliganlar bo'ldi. Pora bermasangiz o'tish qiyin, deya shikoyat qilganlar pulni bojxona yoki chegara xizmatchilari emas, boshqa odamlar so'rashishini aytdi.

"Amerika Ovozi"ning e'tibori O'zbekiston tarafda va chegaraning narigi tomoniga o'tilgani yo'q. Shu bois ham yo'lovchilarning iddaolari "postlarning farqi nima" degan savollarga javob sifatida berilmoqda xolos.

Qozog'iston va Tojikiston bilan chegara postlarida bo'lgani kabi Qirg'izistonga o'tish joyida ham rahbariyat "Amerika Ovozi" jarayonni tasvirga olib, yo'lovchilar va xodimlar bilan gaplashishiga qarshilik qilmadi. Ayrim hollarda xizmatchilarning yuzini ko'rsatmang, deya iltimos qilindi.

Xalqaro sayyohlar bilan muloqot. Boshqa viloyatlardan kelib, chegara osha turli madaniy va sport tadbirlarida qatnashib kelayot yosh avlod va ularning murabbiylari hamda chegarada ishlab, oilasini boqayotgan ayollar bilan suhbat.

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    Navbahor Imamova

    Navbahor Imamova "Amerika Manzaralari" turkumidagi ilk teledasturlar muallifi. TV, radio va onlayn diktor, prodyuser, muxbir va muharrir. O'zbekistonda akkreditatsiyadan o'tgan, ya'ni respublikadan turib axborot berish imkoniyatiga yagona amerikalik jurnalist. "Amerika Ovozi"da 2002-yildan beri ishlaydi. Jurnalistik faoliyatini 1996-yilda O'zbekiston radiosining "Xalqaro hayot" redaksiyasida boshlagan. Jahon Tillar Universiteti Xalqaro jurnalistika fakultetida dars bergan. Ommaviy axborot vositalari bo'yicha bakalavrlikni Hindistonning Maysur Universitetidan (University of Mysore), magistrlikni esa AQShning Bol Davlat Universitetidan (Ball State University) olgan. Shuningdek, Garvard Universitetidan (Harvard University) davlat boshqaruvi va liderlik bo'yicha magistrlik diplomiga ega. Toshkent viloyati Bo'stonliq tumani Qo'shqo'rg'on qishlog'ida ziyoli oilasida ulg'aygan.

    Navbahor Imamova is a prominent Uzbek journalist at the Voice of America. As anchor, reporter, editor, web editor, and producer, she has covered Central Asia and America for nearly 20 years on TV, radio and online. For the last year, she has also been reporting from inside Uzbekistan as the only and first-ever accredited U.S.-based journalist. Navbahor is also the founding President of the VOA Women’s Caucus. Educated in Uzbekistan, India, and at Harvard University, she was a 2016-17 Edward S. Mason Fellow at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where she also earned her Masters in Public Administration. Navbahor played a pivotal role in the launch of Uzbek television programming at VOA in 2003 and has since presented more than 800 editions of the flagship weekly show “Exploring America,” which covers American foreign policy for some 40 million Uzbek speakers worldwide, focusing on U.S. relations with Central Asia and life and politics in the United States. She has co-hosted VOA-wide special broadcasts for a global audience. She has received multiple awards for excellence in broadcasting, including the VOA Gold Medal in 2010. As a multimedia journalist, with millions of viewers, listeners, followers, and fans, Navbahor writes and speaks frequently on Uzbek domestic politics, foreign policy, and society, as well as regional issues in Central Asia, for policy, academic, and popular audiences. Her essays have appeared in leading journals, including Foreign Policy, The National Interest, and The Diplomat, and she has lectured at institutions including the U.S. Foreign Service Institute, Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown University, and George Washington University. Navbahor began her career at the Uzbek state broadcaster as a reporter and producer. She taught journalism at her alma mater, the Uzbek State University of World Languages in Tashkent, and then earned a B.A. in journalism and mass communication from Maharaja’s College at the University of Mysore in India. A recipient of the Edmund Muskie Fellowship, she earned her MA in journalism from Ball State University. In 2009, Ball State’s journalism department named her an Outstanding Young Alumna.

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