July 2 – The Day of adoption of the State Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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National traditions, goals and aspirations of each nation and nationality are reflected in the state symbols.

The state emblem is a symbol reflecting the cultural and spiritual heritage.

This year there celebrated 30 years since the adoption of the State Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan, which combines the cultural and spiritual heritage of our people, history, goals and hopes.

July 2, 1992, the Law “On the State Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan” was adopted, and the State Emblem of our country was placed on the facades of the buildings of the Administration of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, of Oliy Majlis, the Cabinet of Ministers, khokimiyats, committees, organizations, administrative institutions, diplomatic missions.

The State Emblem of our state reflects the history, present and future of our people. Each color and element has its own symbolic meaning. The rays of the sun stretch over the endless valley – it represents the picture that personifies our beautiful country. The rivers flowing through the majestic mountains symbolize eternity, the great goals of the people. In the upper part of the State Emblem there is a blue octahedron with a golden border, inside which there depicted a white crescent and a five-pointed star, characterizing people’s freedom and unity. All this marks the constancy of national traditions and values, high spirituality, will and convictions.

State symbols embody the ideas and freedom of our people, therefore, respect and veneration for them is the sacred duty of every citizen.