Our country takes the consistent measures to create additional conditions to support promising young people, to identify their talents, and effectively organize research and innovation activities. This is also stated in the new Decree of the President of our country PD ¹ 43-06 “On the organization of events to identify talented youth in the country and the formation of a continuous system of training qualified personnel”.
One of the oldest architectural monuments in the Samarkand region is the place where Imam al-Bukhari‘s graves are located in the Islamic world. It is no secret that Imam al-Bukhari is one of the great and greatest scholars who spent his life studying the science. During the years of independence, the work on the beautification of the holy place of worship was carried out to further study their work and to inspire Muhammad ibn Isma‘il al-Bukhari. In particular, in accordance with the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan No.2217 dated April 29, 1997, this monument was erected in the architectural history of the craftsmen of Samarkand, Kokand and Shahrisabz under the leadership of the First President of the Republic of Uzbekistan IAKarimov for the shortest time, ie 8 months.