HOW DID THE STUDENTS OF INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY SPEND?

HOW DID THE STUDENTS OF INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY SPEND?

   Language is the most powerful means of protecting the material and spiritual heritage of mankind. According to UNESCO, half of the world's nearly 6,000 languages are likely to disappear in the near future.
    Based on the UNESCO General Conference decision, since February 21, 2000, the International Mother Language Day has been celebrated.
The Youth Union of Uzbekistan together with the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry has organized a spiritual-enlightenment event at this high school on February 21 - International Mother Language Day. The event was attended by heads of embassies of the United States, Great Britain, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Embassy of India in Azerbaijan, representatives of the Youth Union, the Tashkent Institute of Textile and Light Industry and students. The event was organized by the Institute of Languages of the Institute.
   "Today is celebrated as the mother tongue of our people, and every holiday of this holiday is renewed in every person's love for his homeland and his language, respect and respect for him," says Tashkent textile and pro-rector on work with youth U.Abdullayev. "It is not only a means of communication, but a reflection of the history, culture, lifestyle and traditions of the people.
   Samir Abbasov, director of the Heydar Aliev Azerbaijan National Center under the Azerbaijani Embassy, also spoke about the antiquity of the Uzbek language and its stages. The Director of the Center emphasized that many nationalities are visiting Uzbekistan to study the Uzbek language and that they are interested in studying the Uzbek language.
   During the conversation, Kirsten Meychener, the director of the US Embassy's Educational, Cultural Affairs Department, provided information on educational opportunities in the United States.
   Simon Krechmer, the representative of the German Embassy in Uzbekistan in the field of education, presented the students with educational grants in Germany.
   Rachelle, the Director of the British Council, expressed his views on incorporating English into the Universal Languages.
Professor Chandra Shekhar, Head of the Indian Embassy Cultural Center, and Director of the Department of Cultural Affairs, Consul Ms. Aditi Valunj, talked about science, culture and science cooperation between India and Uzbekistan. At the institute's design studio, visitors were shown a demonstration show. The guests were also appreciated by the institute's management. At the end of the event, the students received answers to their questions and expressed their desire to keep the Uzbek language clean.


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