Economics and Innovative Technologies


The article focuses on strengthening of food security through sustainable development of agriculture in Uzbekistan. In particular, aspects for assessing food security, the factors influencing the food security and sustainable agricultural development in the country were assessed. Attention is also paid to attracting investments in the agricultural sector, increasing the efficiency of land and water resources use through the introduction of modern technologies.


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