Secretary of the Commission of Turkmenistan for UNESCO was awarded the title of “Hero of Turkmenistan”

On September 25, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov awarded Chynar Rustemova, the executive secretary of the National Commission of Turkmenistan for UNESCO , the title of "Hero of Turkmenistan", and presented her with the gold medal "Altyn aý". It is reported by the state information agency TDH .

The award was presented for "a great personal contribution to strengthening the sovereignty, constitutional order, state independence and permanent neutrality of independent neutral Turkmenistan, especially outstanding services to the state and society, achievements, as well as many years of hard and selfless work."

On the same day, in his speech at a meeting of the Khalk Maslahaty, President Gurbnaguly Berdimuhamedov noted that the making of dutar, playing on it and the art of bakhshi should be included in the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The heritage list should include the national experience of raising Turkmen Alabai, the art of hand-making felt felt and blacksmith's craft, the Turkmen Tazy (a breed of hunting dogs, - ed. ) And the art of domestication of hunting birds, Turkmen wrestling goresh.

In addition, according to the head of state, Ashgabat should be included in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in the Design category.

It is known about Chynar Rustemova that since 2013 she served as ambassador to the PRC, Mongolia, Vietnam and the DPRK. Since 2018, he has been working at the National Commission of Turkmenistan for UNESCO and is a senior lecturer at the Department of Social Sciences at the Institute of International Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan.

In 2014 she was awarded the "Makhtumkuli Fraghi" medal, in 2020 - the jubilee medal "25 years of Turkmenistan's Neutrality".

Source: Chronicles of Turkmenistan