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On December 5, 2022, a concert was held in the Vatan Cinema and Concert Hall under the leadership of the Red Crescent of Turkmenistan, together with the Society of the Deaf and Blind and the Young Naturalist organization. The concert was performed by people who did not have the opportunity to hear, see, speak. Volunteers also took part, the invited guests of the capital honored with their presence. People who do not have the ability to hear, speak and see showed their abilities at the concert. They sang songs, danced, read, actually composed poems. Also along with the event was a fair. People with disabilities exhibited their handicrafts at this fair. Also it should be note that upon the arrival of the guests, they were offered tea and coffee, the main idea of which was to ask for a cup of drink in sign language, the master class of which was shown by volunteers. The main purpose of this event was to show equality between ordinary people and people with disabilities, to unite them.
The culmination of the evening was the awarding of active volunteers of the Red Crescent with certificates and the guys together sang a song about the volunteers on the stage.

 

 

 

 

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