THE HISTORY OF THE STUDY OF THE CHANDIR DIALECTS AND THE NAMES OF SOME OF THEIR GROUPS
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Uzbekistan is also a multi-ethnic country. At the same time, people of different nationalities and ethnic groups have always been united, worked in the same field, drank water from the same spring, served for the prosperity of the country, peace, the honor of the people, fought for happiness and will continue to do so. Turkmen Chandirs are one of the nations that live here as mutual friends, brothers, neighbors, partners in difficult times.
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