Salom alaikum, Tajikistan! Announcements of events, a day in history, weather forecast for June 6, 2022


The second high-level international conference dedicated to the International Decade of Action “Water for Sustainable Development 2018-2028” entitled “Promoting action and cooperation in the field of water resources at local, national, regional and global level” begins in Dushanbe.


2004 – Founding ceremony of the University of Central Asia was held in Khorog

2011 – The Convention on the Recognition in Europe of Higher Education Acquired in the Republic of Tajikistan was signed in Strasbourg.

2012 – Amendments to the Administrative Offenses Code of the Republic of Tajikistan have been adopted, when from now on the citizens of the Republic of Tajikistan can be fined from 2,000 to 4,000 somoni for non-compliance with the rules for receiving religious education abroad.

2019 – A well-known journalist, 67-year-old Tajik journalist Sulton Hamad, has died at the age of 67.

2020 – In Kulyab, 63-year-old Zarif Abdulloev first wounded himself with a knife and then set himself on fire in front of the Finance Department building.


1931 – Tajik pop artist Ayub Yuldoshev was born.

1936 – Born Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Tolib Ruziev.

1947 – Actor and director Sayido Kurbanov was born.

1950- was born the former head of the antitrust department of Tajikistan Amonullo Ashurov.

1971 – The director Iskandar Usmonov was born.


Every year on June 6, Russia celebrates Pushkin Day in honor of the birthday of the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin, whose works unite people of all ages, religions, nationalities, are translated into dozens of languages ​​of the world.

Alexander Pushkin is often referred to as the founder of the modern Russian literary language. As difficult as his works are to translate, the poet has his admirers in almost every corner of the globe.

In 2011, the President of Russia signed a decree on the annual celebration of June 6 Russian language day. The document states that this memorable date was established “to preserve, support and develop the Russian language as a national heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation, a means of international communication and an integral part of the cultural and intellectual heritage of the world.” civilization.”

Today is Sweden’s National Day – Swedish Flag Day. It has been officially celebrated in the country since 1983, when it was founded by the Riksdag (Swedish Parliament).

The holiday is associated with two historical dates: on June 6, 1523, Gustav Erikson, who led the anti-Danish popular uprising in 1521, was elected King of Sweden as Gustav I Vasa. And almost three centuries later, on June 6, 1809, the new Swedish Constitution was adopted, which was in force until January 1, 1975.

Since 1916, June 6 has been celebrated as Swedish Flag Day and in 1983 it became Sweden’s National Day. By the way, the exact age of the Swedish flag is unknown, but experts attribute the older images of a blue flag with a yellow cross in the 16th century.

66 years ago canceled in the USSR tuition fees in upper secondary schools.

Contrary to popular belief that education in Soviet Russia was free, this was not always the case. Official decrees for the introduction of tuition fees were practically not published anywhere, although they are in open files and are not hidden behind the title “secret”.

On October 26, 1940, Decree no. 638 “On the introduction of tuition fees in the upper grades of secondary schools and higher education institutions in the USSR and on the change of the scholarship procedure”.

He was admitted to high schools and universities with paid education with a fixed annual fee. Education in the capital’s schools costs 200 rubles a year. in the province – 150, and for studies at the institute already had to put 400 rubles in Moscow, Leningrad and the capitals of the republics of the union and 300 – in other cities.

The amount of tuition at school and university was not set too much, the annual fee was about the average monthly nominal salary of Soviet workers. However, the introduction of even such a modest fee for many Soviet citizens closed the opportunity for them to continue their education after the 7th grade. And then the collective farmers did not get any wages and worked on the collective farm for working days.

As a result of the “reforms” that took place, the number of graduates of secondary education (grades 8-10), secondary specialized educational institutions and universities was reduced by half. During the war, the Central Committee of the CPSU consulted with the governments of the republics of the Union and decided to abolish tuition fees on a national basis for students in grades 8-10 of secondary education, technical colleges and higher education institutions.

On June 6, 1956, tuition fees were abolished in the upper grades of secondary schools, in the specialized secondary and higher education institutions of the USSR.

140 years ago The American Henry Seeley was patented electric iron.

200 years before Henry Seeley’s invention, irons were cast from cast iron and heated in ovens. They cooled quickly and were completely unsuitable for ironing fine linen or modern velvet. To iron a dress or a camisole, the washers had to use many irons of different sizes and at the same time be constantly near a hot stove. Soon, instead of heating the iron on the stove, they started throwing coals directly at it.

In the second half of the 19th century, irons that moved with gas and liquid fuels appeared in Europe: kerosene, alcohol and oil. They were dangerous for the fire and very impractical, but they cooled much more slowly.

The first electric irons were in many ways superior to their predecessors. In them, the heating element was an electric arc located between carbon electrodes, to which a direct current was supplied.

38 years ago was invented in the USSR “Tetris”. The first version of the later world-famous Tetris puzzle was born on June 6, 1984, thanks to Soviet developer Alexei Pajitnov. At that time he was working at the Computer Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences.


In the Sughd area – A few clouds in places without rain. West wind 5-10 m / s. Temperature: in the lowlands 13-18 warm at night, 30-35 warm during the day, in the mountains 3-8 warm at night, 17-22 warm during the day.

In the Khatlon area – A few clouds in places without rain. West wind 4-9 m / s. Temperature: in the valleys 15-20 heat at night, heat 33-38 during the day, heat 10-15 at the foot of the night, 25-30 heat during the day.

In the Gorno-Badajsan Autonomous Region – Partly cloudy, mostly without rain, light rain in some areas (light snowfall in VGBAO at night). West wind 4-9 m / s. Temperature: in WGBAO at night 8-13 hot, during the day 22-27 hot, in VGBAO at night -1 + 4, during the day 12-17 hot.

By areas of democratic subordination – A few clouds in places without rain. West wind 4-9 m / s. Temperature: in the lowlands 12-17 warm at night, 31-36 warm during the day, in the mountains 7-12 warm at night, 24-29 warm during the day.

In the city of Dushanbe – Partly cloudy at times, with no rainfall. West wind 4-9 m / s. Temperature: 14-16 heat at night, 32-34 heat during the day.

In the city of Khujand – Partly cloudy at times, with no rainfall. West wind 5-10 m / s. Temperature: 15-17 heat at night, 32-34 heat during the day.

In the city of Bokhtar – Partly cloudy, with no rainfall. West wind 4-9 m / s. Temperature: 16-18 warm at night, 34-36 warm during the day.

In the city of Khorog – Partly cloudy with occasional light rain. West wind 4-9 m / s. Temperature: 10-12 heat at night, 25-27 heat during the day.

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