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  1. Karhu

    BURKINA FASO

    The mentioned cross should be the CISM Order of Merit. Please have a look here: https://www.milsport.one/medias/fdvprfiles.php?d=ZmljaGllcnM=&f=MTNfQ0lTTV9PcmRlcl9vZl9NZXJpdC5wZGY=&s=00f997a5ee6bf21ea82aa221ebebfbb5 Regards Karhu
  2. Hello Karhu,

    I hope everything is fine for you.

    Thanks for posting the Burkina Faso Order of youth & Sport.

    Might you be interested to sell it ? Or to barter for something else ? I always have some medals for barter.

    You can contact me by email : emmanuelhalleux@hotmail.com 

    Best regards.

        Emmanuel

  3. Karhu

    BURKINA FASO

    Here is a better picture of the Order of Merit of Sports & Youth (Ordre du Merite de la Jeunesse et des Sports) with clasp "Promoteur".
  4. The Order of Reconciliation was created on 28 January 2019 by the Decree № 19.220 of President Faustin-Archange Touadéra on the occasion of the signing of the "Peace and Reconciliation Agreement in the Central African Republic" in Khartoum (Sudan) . French Wikipedia provides further information: https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ordre_de_la_Réconciliation_de_la_République_centrafricaine Regards Karhu
  5. The following National Order of Merit was awarded to the Algerian writer Abdelhamid ben Hadouga in 2017 (posthumous). Please note the different medal ribbon.
  6. The Al Athir was awarded to the chinese Nobel prize winner Mo Yan in 2018. Mo Yan won the Nobel prize for literature in 2012.
  7. My suggestion, 1st Ribbon: Rwanda, Order of the Thousand Hills, Commander 2nd Ribbon: France, Order of Agricultural Merit, Commander Best regards Karhu
  8. Interesting thread. Thank you. Herman, could you please show a photo of the whole medal bar? Thanks in advance.
  9. It seems to be the Order of Merit of the Republic of Niger, Officer's grade. For comparison: http://www.semon.fr/DECORATIONS_NIGER.htm
  10. Picture of Colonel Mushegh Ghazaryan who is the current director of Rescue Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Armenia. Awards: -RA MoD badge- “Participant of 1992-1994 military operations”(1996) - medal of RA President “Military Service”(1997) -medal “Armenia’s Yerkrapah” from chairman of YVU (2002) -RA MoD medal “Vazgen Sargsyan” (2004) -NKR medal “Maternity”, “Mother's Gratitude” (2006) -badge “Vazgen Sargsyan” (2007) -RA MoD medal “Garegin Nzhdeh” (2008) - “ UNESCO” Cooperation medal (2008) -RA MES 3rd class medal “For Impeccable Service” (2010) -RA MoD jubilee Medal “ RA MF 20years” (2012) -medal “ For Military Service” from NKR President (2012) -RA Police 1st class badge “For excellent service in Police forces” (2012) -RA MES medal “RA MES honorable employee” (2012) - Fridtjof Nansen Foundation of Armenia, medal "Fridtjof Nansen" (2013) - Yerevan Mayor medal “yerevan city honorable rescuer” (2013) - RA NA Medal of Honor (2013) -NKR MoD medal “ Defence Army” (2014) -from YVU chairman badge “Sparapet Vazgen Sargsyan” (2014) - from YVU chairman of department medal “5th Brigade” (2014) - from Yervan Mayor Mayor's gold medal (2014) - from the Union of Freedom Fighters of Artsakh, the medal “Defender of the Fatherland” (2014) Source: http://www.mes.am/en/rs-management
  11. By Decree of the Minister of Emergency Situations of Armenia N105N, dated on October 14, 2011, have been established the procedures and forms of defining and awarding the medals and badges of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. Medals and badges awarded by the Minister of Emergency Situations are: 1) Medal “Glory Cross Noah”. 2) Medal “Collaboration for salvation”. 3) Medal “For impeccable service”. 4) Medal “Best firefighter- rescuer”. 5) Medal “Valiant Rescuer”. 6) Medal “Honorable employee of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia”. 7) Medal “Prevention, Assistance, Salvation”. 8) Medal “Veteran of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Armenia”. 9) Badges “International class rescuer”, “Rescuer first class”, Rescuer second class”, “Rescuer third class”. Below please find a link to an official document of the Minister of Emergency Situations of Armenia: www.mes.am/files/docs/1091.doc
  12. As mentioned before, the source is Wikipedia. It goes without saying that information on Wikipedia should be treated with caution. Here is the corresponding link: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_d'ordres_civils_et_militaires Thanks for the correction!
  13. I have just found this medalbar from Andorra at http://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/bene-merenti-auktionen/catalogue-id-srbene10001/lot-ca5b2e73-ddfb-4522-b8e6-a3fc018122c5
  14. Have you seen these two Wikipedia articles? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_Charlemagne http://fr.academic.ru/dic.nsf/frwiki/2067769 Referring to Wikipedia the Order of Merit was created in 1993.
  15. @Megan, @taras, you're absolutely right. At first I thought it was the wrong regulation. Very extraordinary! Here the portuguese regulation (dated 27th December 2002) for closer comparison: http://www.exercito.pt/sites/CSDE/Actividades/Documents/Regulamento%20da%20Medalha%20Militar%20de%202002.pdf
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