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For service to the Fatherland Order

"For service to the Fatherland" Order
«Vətənə xidmətə görə» Ordeni
Type Individual Award
Awarded for loyalty to Azerbaijan Republic, performance of administrative duties with dignity and honestly, productive activity, excellence and outstanding services in public service, special contributions to construction of the national state, special contributions in science, education and health sector.
Status Active
Statistics
Established November 7, 2003 by the Decree No. 514-IIQ
Precedence
Next (higher) Heydar Aliyev Order, Istiglal Order, Shah Ismail Order, Azerbaijani Flag Order, Shohrat Order, Sheref Order, Dostlug Order

"For service to the Fatherland" Order (Azerbaijani: «Vətənə xidmətə görə» Ordeni) – the order of Azerbaijan Republic. The order is ratified by Ilham Aliyev-the President of Azerbaijan on November 7, 2003 by the Decree No. 514-IIQ.[1]

Status

Three Classes of "For service to the Fatherland" Order of Azerbaijan Republic is given for the following services:

  • loyalty to Azerbaijan Republic, performance of administrative duties with dignity and honestly.
  • productive activity, excellence and outstanding services in public service.
  • special contributions to construction of the national state.
  • special contributions in science, education and health sector.

The highest Class of "For service to the Fatherland" Order is the First Class. All three Classes of the order are confessed sequentially.

"For service to the Fatherland" Order is pinned to the left side of the chest and if there are any other orders and medals of Azerbaijan Republic, it follows them, but it is followed by Heydar Aliyev Order, Istiglal Order, Shah Ismail Order, Azerbaijani Flag Order, Shohrat Order, Sheref Order and Dostlug Order.

References

  1. ^ "ОРДЕНА И МЕДАЛИ" ( 
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