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  On the occasion of the 95th anniversary of the founding of the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan, employees of the Dashoguz velayat department of the NRCST use the honorary member of the Society Tirkesh Madzhiev.  For his contribution to the activities of the NRCST, he was awarded a letter of thanks and mementos from the NRCST.  The 71-year-old honorary member of the society, a health worker, is enthusiastic about how in March 2012 he was solemnly presented with the certificate of an honorary member of the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan.  During the meeting, he told the staff of the velayat department of his labor activity and gave instructions, with his labor, he contributes to the prosperity of the country.

 

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