On Saturday, December 14, 2019, it was snowing on Sergeli 5A, Mirza Tursunzade Street, at ten o'clock in the morning.
...A girl from Uzbekistan named Victoria works and lives in Morning Land.
She sent money to give her hometown a small square of 100 trees.
Volunteers of Ucell purchased 39 seedlings of plane trees, 19 bags of potting soil, 13 bags of wood chips and decided to add to the "Victoria Square" with their own funds.
Six more trees were funded by Yevgeniya Muminova from Tashkent and Natalia Filkina from Moscow with Samarkand roots.
We decided: the dream of the girl from the Morning Land should come true and the city should get a square with 145 trees.
(photo above), sales department manager, came with his two daughters.
, then a leading specialist in the Department of Process Management and Quality Management System, also came with her children.
came alone, but with a fever.
Together with Green City volunteers, we then planted an entire Square from Victoria on Sergeli.
We planted under the snow, and we were told, "who plants trees in December? We used to carry saplings, and we were told, "Who will water your trees?
It's been exactly three years. Day to day.
The square is alive, we checked it out this afternoon.
Victoria Square is added with new trees.