Qozidavlat Qoimdodov

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Qozidavlat Qoimdodov is a Tajikistani agrarian and politician. He served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Agriculture in Tajikistan.

In November 2004, Qozidavlat Qoimdodov noted that economic growth and enhancement of quality of agricultural output were the key components of the national policy of Tajikistan. According to him, dehqan farms (farming units) had been established in all districts of the republic and 75,000 hectares of land has been distributed to farmers under his regime.[1]

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  1. ^ "Government considers draft budget for 2004". Embassy of Tajikistan in the United States of America. Retrieved January 22, 2009. 

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