The doctors of scientific research Institute Burdenko flew to Uzbekistan for treatment Karimov

Russian doctors do the treatment of the President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov, told a source in medical circles and confirmed the scientific Director of the research Institute of neurosurgery named. academician N. N. Burdenko Alexander Konovalov. “They are there for a long time, from the first moment, are our doctors,” — said Konovalov in conversation with . According to him, in charge of this question the Director of the Institute, head of Department of neuro-traumatic Alexander Potapov. At the time of publication of the material he was unavailable for comment.

Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Olga Golodets said that Uzbekistan had not turned to Russia with an official request for treatment Karimov. “We always provide assistance, if you come to us, about the complex technological operations, which are not in any territory of a neighboring state. But such a formal treatment, we were not” — said Golodets on a question of journalists.

About the disease Karimov became known on August 28 from the message of news agencies
“Fergana”. The next day the information that the President of Uzbekistan suffered a stroke, was hospitalized and is in serious condition, confirmed his youngest daughter, Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva.

In the evening, August 29, “Fergana” reported the death of Karimov, however, official confirmation of this information has not been received. Sources “Interfax” and “RIA Novosti” in the government of Uzbekistan stated that Karimov is alive and is in hospital in serious but stable condition.

Status information Karimov is still not received, however, it became known about the cancellation of a concert dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Uzbekistan’s independence, which was held on 1 September.

Morning, August 31, Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva in their social networks are thanked for the support and suggestions that help in the healing of the President of Uzbekistan. She also congratulated the people of the country on independence Day.