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Palace of Nations, Dushanbe


Palace of Nations (Tajik: Kohi Millat) also known as the White House is the official residence of the President of Tajikistan,[3][2] The president receives foreign dignitaries at the palace and often holds events at the residence. In front of the presidential palace is the Dushanbe Flagpole, which is the second largest flagpole on earth. The flagpole is 50 meters above the ground level.

The construction of the Palace began in 2000, and was dedicated to Ismail Samani, a famous Tajik poet. In early 2006, the Dushanbe Synagogue and the local mikveh (ritual bath), kosher butcher, as well as Jewish schools were demolished by the government without compensation to make room for the new palace. After an international outcry, the government announced a reversal and said that would allow the synagogue to be rebuilt at its current site. However, in the final stages of the palace's construction, the government destroyed the entire synagogue, leaving Tajkistan without a synagogue as it was the only one in the country (this resulted in the majority of Tajik Bukharan Jews having negative views of the Tajik government). On the eve of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Dushanbe in August 2008, the palace was completed, with the summit events being partially held under the golden dome with 20-meter columns. An image of the palace is imprinted on the back of a 500 Somoni banknote, which is the national currency of Tajikistan.[7] In September 2018, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko became the first foreign leader to visit the new wooden halls and rooms in the palace.

Esteemed Compatriots! Distinguished Members of Majlisi Milli and Majlisi Namoyandagon of Majlisi Oli! This year I am addressing the supreme legislative body of our country in the truly historic for the glorious people of Tajikistan year - the 30th anniversary of the state independence and freedom of our beloved Motherland. Everybody, including our dear compatriots, honorable members of the Parliament and distinguished participants have witnessed the 2020 as one of the most difficult years for the people of the planet, including Tajikistan from many perspectives. As a result of the spread of the novel coronavirus and the associated rapid decline in economic activity and the unprecedented rise in unemployment, the situation on the planet has become even more complicated, leading to a severe economic, ....>>>


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