More than 14 thousand inhabitants of Murghab live without electricity for two years.

President Emomali Rahmon flew today from Khorog to Murghab, where he will launch the hydroelectric power plant "Oksu", the administration of the head of GBAO reported.

More than 14 thousand Murgab residents have been living without electricity for two years, and they hope that their problem will now be solved.

The project of modernization of the HPP "Oksu" is financed by the German Development Bank (KfW). According to the original project, the capacity of the future HPP was to be 800 kWh, and for this purpose it was planned to allocate 4 million Euros.

However, after a second study of the project by German specialists, it was decided to increase the capacity to 1.5 thousand kW / h. Accordingly, the German bank has allocated an additional 7 million euros.

Emomali Rahmon today will return from Murghab to Khorog, where tomorrow with his participation will take place the opening of the University of Central Asia.