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Provinces of Uzbekitan :

  1. Toshkent Shahar
  2. Andijon Province
  3. Buxoro Province
  4. Farg‘ona Province
  5. Jizzax Province
  6. Namangan Province
  7. Navoiy Province
  8. Qashqadaryo Province
  9. Samarqand Province
  10. Sirdaryo Province
  11. Surxondaryo Province
  12. Toshkent Province
  13. Xorazm Province
  14. Qoraqalpog‘iston autonomous republic
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