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   With the organization of volunteers of the etrap branch of the Turkmenbashi of the Balkan velayat department of the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan, a game called “Düzdim” was organized for schoolchildren in the summer. As our esteemed President notes, sport is a combination of strength, beauty, health and inspiration. As a result of the tireless care of the respected Arkadag in our country, the development of sports and physical education is now one of the main directions of state policy. Under the wise leadership of the respected President in permanently Neutral Turkmenistan, demonstrating adherence to Olympic values and traditions, assistance in the comprehensive development of sports and physical education is one of the most important tasks. The children participating in the game, expressing gratitude for the activities aimed at improving the health of the population, wished the esteemed President health, longevity, and success in all endeavors.

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