President of the Republic of Tajikistan

Congratulatory telegrams from heads of foreign states and leaders of international and regional organizations

08.09.2013 15:16

The President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon has received congratulatory letters and telegrams from heads of foreign states and governments, leaders of international , regional and non-governmental organizations on the occasion of the twenty-second anniversary of the state independence of the Republic of Tajikistan.

In his congratulatory message, the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin said:

"Dear Emomali Sharipovich,

Please accept heartfelt congratulations on the occasion of the national holiday of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Relations between our countries are developing dynamically based on a long tradition of friendship and mutual respect. Active political dialogue has been established, productive cooperation in trade-economic, scientific- technical, humanitarian and other fields is being expanded. Partnership interaction in the CIS, CSTO, EurAsEC and SCO is giving its good results.

I am convinced that the strengthening of Russia and Tajikistan strategic partnership conforms to the fundamental interests of our peoples, and it is in line with securing stability, security and prosperity in Central Asia.

I sincerely wish you, dear Emomali Sharipovich, good health, happiness and new successes, and all your compatriots - peace, well-being and prosperity”.

The President of the United States Barack Obama in his letter says:

"On behalf of the American people, I extend to you and the citizens of the Republic of Tajikistan our warmest congratulations on the twenty-second anniversary of your independence on September 9.

The United States is proud to be a strong partner of the Tajik government. We appreciate your continued support in building security and stability in Afghanistan and the broader region.

I look forward to deepening the warm relations between our countries, and wish the people of Tajikistan a democratic, stable, and prosperous future”.

The President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping in his congratulatory message addressed to the Head of State said the following:

"Dear Mr. President!

For 22 years after independence, under your leadership, the policy of Tajikistan remains stable, economy is steadily growing, and its people live in peace and prosperity. The Chinese side, as a friendly neighbor and strategic partner, is genuinely pleased by this success. I wish Tajikistan new achievements in constructive affairs of the state.

Over recent years, Sino-Tajik relations developed rapidly, fruitful achievements of cooperation were made in various fields. In May of this year You have successfully paid ​​a visit to China, we jointly signed and issued the “Joint Declaration of People’s Republic of China and the Republic of Tajikistan to establish a strategic partnership”. Relations between the two countries reached a strategic status, age-old friendship between China and Tajikistan has opened a new page”.

Congratulatory messages of the presidents of Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Serbian Republic, Portugal, King of the Netherlands, Roman Pontiff, Chairman of Public Council and Council of Ministers of Cuba, president of Bangladesh, Korean Republic, head of UN Regional Center for Preventive Diplomacy and others have arrived so far.

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