Order of Honor (Belarus)

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Order of Honor
Ордэн Пашаны
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Medal of the Order of Honor
Awarded by the President of Belarus
Country  Belarus
Type State decoration
Awarded for Services to the nation
Statistics
Established 13 April 1995
Order of Wear
Next (higher) Order for Personal Gallantry[1]
Next (lower) Order of Francysk Skaryna[1]
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Ribbon of the order

The Order of Honor (Belarusian: Ордэн Пашаны) is an award of Belarus. It is a single level award that was instituted on 13 April 1995. It is awarded for services to Belarus.[2]

Criteria

The Order of Honor is presented in recognition of:[1]

  • Achievements in manufacturing, science, public/social/cultural work, or sports
  • High level performance in manufacturing, agriculture, construction, communications, trade, housing, utilities services, transportation, and other industries
  • Notable achievement in the fields of healthcare, education, or working with youth professionally
  • Recognition of high labor productivity, improvement of the quality of products, or reduction of material and labor costs in product manufacturing
  • Introduction of new equipment, inventions, and technologies that are deemed especially valuable
  • Numerous and broad public and social activities
  • Contributions to strengthening economic, scientific, technical, cultural or other ties between Belarus and other countries

Appearance

The medal of the Order of Honor is eight sided, made of gold-plated silver, and is 50 mm (2.0 in) high and 46 mm (1.8 in) wide. The obverse depicts a four-pointed silver star with an image of a man and a woman superimposed in the center. The man and the woman hold a sheaf of wheat and the Flag of Belarus, in green, white and red enamel. Below the star is a wreath of oak and laurel branches joined by a blue enameled ribbon. The reverse is plain bearing only the award's serial number in the center. The order is attached by a ring suspension to a pentagonal ribbon drape. The ribbon is yellow with red stripes at the edges and a thin green stripe in the center.[1]

Notable recipients

See also

References

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