Yangiyo‘l

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Yangiyo‘l
Yangiyo‘l is located in Uzbekistan
Yangiyo‘l
Yangiyo‘l
Location in Uzbekistan
Coordinates: 41°06′45″N 69°02′48″E / 41.11250°N 69.04667°E / 41.11250; 69.04667Coordinates: 41°06′45″N 69°02′48″E / 41.11250°N 69.04667°E / 41.11250; 69.04667
Country Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Uzbekistan
Region Tashkent Region
Population (2005)
 • Total 60 300
Time zone UZT (UTC+5)

Yangiyo‘l also spelled as Yangiyul (Uzbek: Yangiyo‘l / Янгийўл; Russian: Янгиюль) is a 13th city (after 12 region centres) in Uzbekistan's Tashkent Region, 20 km from the city of Tashkent. It has a population of about 60,000 people. Industry in the area includes textiles and paper. In recent years, the city has had an outbreak of HIV, most prevalent among users of injected drugs like heroin.

The largest factories and plants in the city: Confectionary Factory, Bio-chemical Plant, Oil Plant, Wine plant, Paper Factory, Brick Production Plant, Canned Food Plant. Some of the factories and plants are in great need of investments. There are 18 schools, 3 colleges and 1 academic lyceum in this city. All the other city facilities, such as a park, a cinema, restaurants, bars and cafes are also available for the people living in that area.