Dashoguz branch of NRCST organized an event on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of eternal Neutrality of Turkmenistan. On December 6, a solemn meeting was held between the employees of the Museum of History and Local Lore of the Dashoguz velayat and students of the financial and economic technical school called "Neutrality is the eternal basis of our future." Our Motherland, known in the central government for the strengthening of peaceful friendship and fraternal relations, has strengthened its reputation and political position not only in the religious region, but also in the world. The country's policy of neutrality is based on humanitarian principles such as mutual understanding. A peaceful life is a precious value that our people and our ancestors have dreamed of for centuries. Speakers at the event spoke about the priceless happiness for every person to meet the international level in unity, concord, harmony and greatness, emphasized the knowledge of the 27th anniversary of the eternal Neutrality of Turkmenistan for the whole world.







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