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Fer·ga·na

also Fer·gha·na  (fər-gä′nə) or Far·gho·na (-gŏn′ə)
A city of eastern Uzbekistan southwest of Andijon. It is the center of the fertile Fergana Valley, a densely populated agricultural and industrial region controlled by Russia after 1876.

Fergana

(fəˈɡɑːnə) or

Ferghana

n
1. (Placename) a region of W central Asia, surrounded by high mountains and accessible only from the west; mainly in Uzbekistan and partly in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan
2. (Placename) the chief city of this region, in E Uzbekistan. Pop: 230 000 (2005 est)

Fer•ga•na

(fɛrˈgɑ nə, fər-)

n.
a city in E Uzbekistan, SE of Tashkent. 203,000.
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Ravat checkpoint connecting the city of Kanibadam with the Fergana region;
The preliminary agreement to build the base was reached during the visit of an Afghan delegation headed by Defense Minister Tariq Shah Bahrami to China in December 2017, according to Fergana News Agency that talked to Afghanistan's Defense Ministry Representative Dawlat Vazari.
These funds will be used to implement a project to build modern housing in rural areas in Navoi, Fergana and Tashkent regions.
Max Penson was born in Belarus, graduated from the art school of Vilnius and later moved to Kokand, a city in the Fergana region of eastern Uzbekistan.
The Fergana Valley zigs and zags crazily through Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
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The most important factor after the Battle of Malazgirt in the Turkification of Anatolia is the impact of Fergana Turks who settled in the area under the lead of Emir Timur (Uyghur, Uzbeks, Kyrgyz and Persian Tajiks).
Despite the fact that the cars traveling on the transit road cannot, by bilateral agreement, stop on the road, the man stopped in the village Kaptarhana in Fergana region of Uzbekistan to pick up 2 women - citizens of Kyrgyzstan.
The Uz-Texaco JV had begun production of synthetic motor oils on a license of Prista Oil on the basis of the Fergana oil refinery in October 2011.
The restless valley in the title refers to the Fergana Valley, the most fertile region of the former Soviet Central Asia, divided by Stalin between the Uzbek, Tajik and Kyrgyz SSRs.
Heading into the Fergana mountain range, the vehicles tackled narrow and rutted mud tracks in darkness.
In this article, I seek to show how other macroeconomic factors and incentives pushed the native Muslim population to sow more and more cotton, on average with better and better yields, especially in Fergana.