August 1 is the Day of Azerbaijani alphabet and of the Azerbaijani language Aug 01, 2019 | 11:52 / Interesting information

Every year August 1 annually celebrates the Day of Azerbaijani Alphabet and Day of Azerbaijani language.

This remarkable day was established in accordance with the Decree of the National Leader Heydar Aliyev dated August 9, 2001.The formation of language policy in the republic, improvement of the Azerbaijani language as a state language and the role of national leader Heydar Aliyev in the international arena as the indicator of national solidarity are transformed into communication tools of the world's Azerbaijanis. The great leader has taken very important steps towards the purification and enrichment of our native language, which is the main symbol of the national identity of the Azerbaijani people and has substantiated documents for the development and protection of the Azerbaijani language.

Determination of the Azerbaijani language as the state language in the Constitution of the independent Azerbaijan adopted in 1995 by the nation-wide voting and its promotion to the status of official state language is one of the most important events in our national statehood history. Our Mother tongue, one of the main attributes of our national identity and historical identity, has earned the highest value.

On Approval of the State Program on the Use of Azerbaijani in the Compliance with Time Requirements in Terms of Globalization and the Development of Linguistics in the Country, dated April 12, 2004, No 56 of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev "On Mass Media Publishing in Azerbaijani Language" 9 April 2013

Implementation of measures to ensure the broader use of Azerbaijani in electronic space is of exceptional importance. The Decree of President Ilham Aliyev "On a number of measures to ensure the broader use of Azerbaijani language in electronic space" dated July 17, 2018, is of exceptional importance in terms of expanding the scope and development of the Azerbaijani language.

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