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Day of the Republic celebrated in Yakutia

Today, in the State Theater of Opera and Ballet named after D.K. Sivtsev-Sorun Omolloon, in Yakutsk, a solemn meeting devoted to the Day of the Republic was held. The acting head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Egor Borisov, congratulated the residents of the Republic. In a greeting, he noted:

“April 27 is a date of great historical importance for us, predetermining the fate of our native northern land.

Today, from a height of past years, we can say with confidence that the choice made at one time by a generation of young, but not in the years of wise and progressive politicians, was the most correct one. He marked the beginning of a new stage in the development of the region, becoming the starting point for its socio-economic activation, as a self-sufficient entity, for the consolidation of its multinational people. What Yakutia has been able to achieve over the years of its formation is the result of the coordinated work of not only the founders of the republic’s statehood, but also all generations of Yakuts who devoted their lives to selfless service to the Fatherland.

In the 2022 year. I am glad that the event is gaining a nationwide status - the Decree on celebrating the centenary of YASSR 7 of April was signed by President Vladimir Putin. I am sure that this date will serve as a good incentive to achieve new significant results for all Yakuts.

Dear countrymen!

Once again, I sincerely congratulate you on the Republic Day! I wish you good health, happiness, prosperity and confidence in the future! May success and good luck accompany us in all our endeavors! May peace and harmony always reign in the ancient land of Olonkho! Urui-Aikhal! " - completed his congratulations E. Borisov

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