# How much money will ministries and agencies receive from the budget in 2025?

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30 October

4735In 2025, it was announced which state office in Uzbekistan is expected to receive how much money from the budget. This is mentioned in the draft law "On the State Budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan for 2025" and the Budget, developed by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Current expenditures in ministries and offices for 2025, investments for design, construction (reconstruction) and equipment of facilities are as follows (for comparison 2024 amount):

Ministry of Preschool and School Education - 59.5 trillion sums (46 trillion 647 billion 414.5 million sums)

Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Innovation - 6.6 trillion sums (6 trillion 130 billion 330 million sums)

Ministry of Health - 5.1 trillion sums (4 trillion 587 billion 244.7 million sums)

Ministry of Culture - 1 trillion 172 billion sums (1 trillion 100 billion 445.3 million sums)

Ministry of Sports - 1 trillion 135 billion sums (1 trillion 768 billion 859.2 million sums)

Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Economy - 1 trillion 992 billion sums (1 trillion 795 billion 563.6 million sums)

Ministry of Agriculture - 1 trillion 794 billion sums (1 trillion 711 billion 199.8 million sums)

Ministry of Water Management - 10.4 trillion sums (10 trillion 440 billion 149 million sums)

Ministry of Energy - 123 billion sums (242.6 billion sums)

Ministry of Transport - 6.7 trillion sums (6 trillion 185 billion 909.4 million sums)

Ministry of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Climate Change - 927 billion sums (816 billion 763 million sums)

Ministry of Mining and Geology - 1 trillion sums (939 billion 085.7 million sums)

Competition Committee - 12.6 billion sums (11 billion 552.3 million sums)

Active - 12.1 billion sums (11 billion 360.3 million sums)

Ministry of Employment - 733.2 billion sums (1 trillion 121 billion 965.5 million sums)

Statistics Agency - 238.8 billion ums (257 billion 170.6 million sums)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - 1 trillion sums (874 billion 564.9 million sums)

Ministry of Investments, Industry and Trade - 1 trillion 116 billion sums (1 trillion 068 billion 205.5 million sums)

Ministry of Digital Technologies - 532.4 billion sums (313 billion 926.7 million sums)

Ministry of Justice - 322.5 billion sums (239 billion 289.8 million sums)

Ministry of Economy and Finance - 95.9 trillion sums (91 trillion 928 billion 187 million sums)

Tax Committee - 169.4 billion sums (158 billion 416.7 million sums)

Cabinet of Ministers - 2 trillion 184 billion sums (2 trillion 027 billion 346.8 million sums)

Presidential Administration - 1 trillion 673 billion sums (1 trillion 599 billion 699.2 million sums)

Senate - 127.3 billion sums (108 billion 465.2 million sums)

Legislative Chamber - 178.9 billion sums (1 trillion 958 billion 940.2 million sums - separate fund)

Ombudsman - 18.6 billion soums (17 billion 938.3 million soums)

General Prosecutor's Office - 2 trillion 732 billion sums (2 trillion 112 billion 243.3 million sums)

Supreme Court - 1 trillion 804 billion sums (1 trillion 703 billion 218.8 million sums)

Constitutional Court - 12.9 billion sums (10 billion 683.4 million sums)

Supreme Council of Judges - 53.7 billion sums (46 billion 768 million sums)

Central Election Commission - 29.4 billion sums (18 billion 298.9 million sums)

MTRK - 881.4 billion sums (559 billion 913.6 million sums)

UzA - 40.7 billion sums (36 billion 721.3 million sums)

Spirituality and Enlightenment Center - 75.4 billion sums (67 billion 762 million sums)

National Center for Human Rights - 16.1 billion sums (14 billion 726 million sums)

Council of the Federation of Trade Unions - 350 billion sums (150 billion sums)

Academy of Sciences - 446.8 billion sums (429 billion 943.7 million sums)

Art Academy - 160.4 billion sums (140 billion 325.3 million sums)

Anti-Corruption Agency - 33.2 billion sums (30 billion 720.9 million sums)

Accounts Chamber - 116 billion sums (106 billion sums)

State Service Development Agency - 685.5 billion sums (635 billion 623.9 million sums)

Strategic Reforms Agency - 20.3 billion sums (38 billion 757.3 million sums)

Committee on Religious Affairs - 163.7 billion sums (42 billion 163.1 million sums)

Cultural Heritage Agency - 177.3 billion sums (213 billion 588.3 million sums)

National Social Protection Agency - 21 trillion 139 billion sums (20 trillion 274 billion 660.8 million sums)

Fund under the Oliy Majlis - 1 trillion 277 billion sums

Youth Affairs Agency - 456 billion sums

Technically Regulatory Agency - 105.7 billion sums

Family and Women's Committee - 95.7 billion sums

Industrial, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Committee - 28.5 billion sums

Atomic Energy Agency - 43.6 billion sums

Energy Regulator - 3.1 billion sums

Energy Inspection - 28.1 billion sums

Agroinspektion - 9.3 billion sums

Other organizations - 49 trillion 989 billion sums (44 trillion 574 billion 256.5 million sums)

For information, state budget revenues for 2025 are set at 308.5 trillion sums, and expenses at 344.6 trillion sums. Revenues of state trust funds (excluding interbudgetary transfers) are planned in the amount of 66.5 trillion sums, and expenses in the amount of 117.2 trillion sums. In this case, 54.4 trillion sums of transfers from the republican budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan have been allocated to the state funds.

In 2025, it is planned to transfer 18.5 trillion sums from the State budget to the Pension Fund. The extra-budgetary income of the Pension Fund is projected to amount to 58.9 trillion sums, while its expenses are expected to reach 74.9 trillion sums.

Taking these figures into account, the upper limit of the deficit for the consolidated budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 2025 is set at 3 percent of GDP, which translates to an estimated 3 trillion sums. This includes the State Budget, State Target Funds, Recovery and Development Fund, and expenses related to the implementation of state programs funded by foreign debt. Overall, the budgetary framework reflects a calculated approach to managing fiscal responsibilities while supporting essential services and programs.

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