Nukus


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Nukus

(Russian nuˈkus)
n
(Placename) a city in Uzbekistan, capital of the Kara-Kalpak Autonomous Republic, on the Amu Darya River. Pop: 325 000 (2005 est)
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Later it was announced that the "open sky" regime will be introduced on the territory of the three more international airports of Uzbekistan - Andijan, Nukus and Navoi.
Tashkent State Institute of Dentistry which has branches in Andijan, Bukhara, Samarkand and Nukus was established.
On October, 20, a new runway was started at Nukus Airport.
The study team chose food types for sampling based both on their capacity to accumulate organochlorine pesticides, and dioxins and on patterns of food consumption in Karakalpakstan known from a recent household dietary assessment carried out in Nukus (MSF 2001).
Internal gas pipelines to be built are one between the Gazli field and the Nukus region and one between Navoi field and Uchkuduk.
8 billion soums for the Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute, its Nukus branch, as well as the Andijan and Bukhara state medical institutes.
Abdurakhmanov was arrested on 7 June 2008 in Nukus, where he was subsequently tried on charges of drug peddling and sentenced to ten years of imprisonment.
Open fragments of paintings were transferred with help of special technology to restoration laboratory in Nukus, where they will be converted into a museum piece.
In: International Conference on Sustainable Development of the Aral Sea Basin, 18-20 September 1995, Nukus, Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan.
Telegraph, a British newspaper has compiled a list of 10 exceptional destinations to travel to - 10 Extraordinary Destinations You Have Probably Never Heard Of - and included the capital of Karakalpakstan, Nukus.
The main purpose of the Center in Nukus is to assist in the revival, preservation, promotion and development of traditional crafts of Karakalpakstan, improving the economic well-being of the local population through training skills in the field of traditional crafts, as well as creating new job places.
The Czech Government handed over two medical equipment sets to the Republican Children's Hospital in Nukus on September 29, the press service of the Czech Embassy in Tashkent reported.