About Lola Karimova and Timur Tillyaev
Timur Tillyaev is the husband of the younger daughter of Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov, Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva . It is known that Lola and Timur have married in the mid-2000s and have three children: two daughters and one son.
Earlier reports published on the Internet suggested that Lola and Timur Uzbekistan left shortly after their marriages by pressure and threats from Lola's older sister, Gulnara Karimova, who had enjoyed an all-embracing influence and described Wikileaked for more than a decade US diplomatic cable was called "a robber baron" and the most hated person in the country? which pushed their way into almost all business areas in Uzbekistan.
Charity organizations in Uzbekistan
Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva runs two charitable organizations in Uzbekistan to support orphanages and children with special needs. She is also the ambassador of her country in the cultural organization Unesco.
Sources near the country's power circles said that Karimov's younger daughter and her husband have always distanced themselves from Uzbekistan policies and political elite, making it clear that they have no political aspirations.
Timur Tillyaev attended high school in the United States and graduated from Midland University.
We received a lot of inquiries from the media to comment on the allegations made by Gulnara Karimova against me and my husband. For our part, of course, we would like to make no comments on the events. However, the situation leaves us no choice but to begin talks with our lawyers and take a lawsuit against Gulnara Karimova through a lawsuit in the context of spreading slander, slander and threats against me and my husband Timur Tillyaev in Social Networking websites and the media, ?? Karimova-Tillyaeva said in a statement published on their official website in December.
Talking to the BBC about her relationship with Gulnara, Lola said, "We have never hidden it, we have neither family nor friendships."
He is reportedly a shareholder in a trading and transportation company, Abu Sahiy Nur, a profitable market leader in Uzbekistan.
She also showed that a crack that shares her and her sister Gulnara Karimova is beyond repair and they have not been talking for 12 years.
Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, in her recent interview with the BBC, said that Mr. Tillyaev has not benefited from her family ties and he has never been involved in public tenders, connected with national resource industry such as gas and cotton enjoy tax exemptions or monopoly status.
The comments sparked an outrage of Gulnara Karimova, who had always tried to project the image of "the omnipotent princess of Uzbeks" and had pointed out more than once that a presidential offer can not be ruled out. Gulnara Karimova responded to her sister's conversation with a block of reproaches that Karimova-Tillyaeva called slanderous and defamatory.
Karimova-Tillyaeva distanced herself from the policies of the Uzbek government, and the comments she made on topics such as the use of child labor in cotton fields and the stifling of religious activities stood in stark contrast with the official line of the Uzbek government.
Karimova-Tillyaeva was in her condemnation of the practice of using child labor in cotton fields, for which Uzbekistan has been under severe international criticism for years. She also described "unemployment and lack of opportunities" as the main sources of frustration that have created a breeding ground for radicalization in the region.
Karimova-Tillyaeva dismissed her sister Gulnara Karimova's chances of becoming her father's successor that they were "minuscule".