Celebration of the National Flag Day in the DMIA of Khatlon region
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On November 24, 2021 in the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Khatlon region was held the celebration of the National Flag Day of the Republic of Tajikistan with the participation of personnel, guests, veterans and active youth.
At the opening ceremony, the Deputy Chief of the Department, Lt. Col. Tajali Dilovar, made an opening speech and congratulated the audience on this memorable holiday. In his speech, he described the flag as a symbol of sovereignty of Tajikistan and an expression of devotion to the motherland, noting that the flag is one of the national shrines.
It was stressed that independent Tajikistan in the light of the wise policy of the Founder of Peace and National Unity – Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon has achieved a worthy place in the international arena.
The famous poet Amirsho Khatloni in his report on the history of the Flag, which spans hundreds of years, said that the flag has a special place and role in the life of each state and nation.
The national flag represents the goals, aspirations and aspirations of each nation and state. The flag of the nation has a mobilizing and unifying force and calls on the people of the land to realize their optimistic goals and objectives. Respect for national shrines and state symbols, including the flag, is a civic responsibility and a source of pride for every heartless member of society. Because the flag as an expression and expression of the existence of an independent state, a symbol of unity and solidarity of the people of the country and inspires the work of loyal and faithful sons of the Motherland in order to sustain the achievements of Independence and strengthen the foundations of national statehood.
The event dedicated to the National Flag Day of the Republic of Tajikistan ended with special solemnity and pride in the motherland and patriotism.
Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan