– Politics – Prime Minister honors three personalities with the state medal: “Your decades of work have strengthened our society”

KEEL. Inken Boyens from Heide, Professor Dr. Ulrich Hase from Rendsburg and Dr. Walter Wübben from Cologne have been awarded the state’s Order of Merit by Prime Minister Daniel Günther. “You have rendered outstanding service to society with your decades of work. The importance of your work can hardly be overestimated and appreciated“, said Günther today (September 27) in Kiel at the presentation of the awards. The three personalities are positive examples that have shown for many years that there is a togetherness in society.

“In view of the challenges ahead, this is an extremely important message: there is a broad sense of solidarity and everyone can support it with their personal commitment“, said the head of government, adding: “Whether you are committed to media diversity and freedom of the press, to our healthcare system or to the participation of people with disabilities: your decades of work have strengthened our society and made it better. You have achieved outstanding things in your respective field of action. Many thanks for your great commitment!

Inke Boyens from Heide is a publisher and has been committed to a diverse and independent media landscape in Schleswig-Holstein for almost 25 years.

professor dr Ulrich Hase from Rendsburg was the first state representative for people with disabilities and has rendered great services to inclusion in politics and society.

dr Walter Wübben from Cologne is a donor and patron. Among other things, he founded the Damp Foundation and supports medical projects in many areas as well as the further development of the health system in Schleswig-Holstein.

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