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Veterans of war and labor will receive holiday gifts on Victory Day

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Veterans of war and labor will receive holiday gifts on Victory Day

War and labor veterans of Turkmenistan will be presented with valuable gifts on behalf of President Serdar Berdimuhamedov. Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers N. Amannepesov announced this at a government meeting via video link

According to him, Victory Day is celebrated widely in Turkmenistan and with a special sense of pride; the state takes full care of war veterans who defended the peaceful and happy life of future generations in battle, including making efforts to protect and restore their health.

Every day of the year «The Fount of the Mind of Magtymguly Fragi» is filled with events of national and international significance. In honor of Victory Day, important socio-political and cultural events are planned.

According to established tradition, paying tribute to the courage and heroism of the participants of the Second World War and the hard work of the gray-haired mothers who worked during the war, on Victory Day, on behalf of the President of Turkmenistan, cash and valuable gifts will be presented to veterans in a solemn atmosphere.

On behalf of the participants in the Great Patriotic War of 1941–1945, sincere gratitude was expressed to the National Leader of the Turkmen people, Hero-Arkadag, and the head of state for the constant care and support provided to the older generation.

Summarizing the report, President Serdar Berdimuhamedov noted that our country is creating all the conditions for war and labor veterans who have demonstrated a shining example of heroism and hard work and are now instilling in the younger generation such high qualities as patriotism, dedication and courage.

In this regard, the head of state instructed, on the occasion of the 79th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941–1945, to present valuable gifts to war veterans and mothers who worked in our country during the war, instructing that all planned events be carried out at a high organizational level.