21 Oct The native language is the spirit of the nation!


 Language is the symbol of the state, its property. The preservation and development of language is the greatness of a nation.

On October 21, 1989, the Law on “The State Language” was adopted, according to which the Uzbek language was given the status of the state language, which was a decisive step on the path to independence. The Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan establishes the relevance of the state language. Thus, the Uzbek language has become a symbol of the government, which is represented by the flag, emblem, and anthem of our independent country.

Today the Uzbek language is known and studied in many countries of the world. In most foreign universities, special departments have been opened where foreign students have an opportunity to learn not only the charm and beauty of the Uzbek language but also our country, its history and modernity.

In honor of the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On the state language”, an identical event was held at the Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent, the purpose of which was to enhance the love to the motherland and mother tongue. Vice-rector on working with youth A.Ashurov opened the event. He congratulated students and professors with the solemn event. The event was also attended by members of Uzbekistan Writers Union, Zulfiya Muminova and Zikrillo Nematov, who introduced the students with the historical significance of the Uzbek language and achievements in this field, as well as read their poetic works about the language, books and patriotism. As a result of the event, university students organized monologues and reading excerpts from the works of great Uzbek poets and writers, which touched the hearts of each student and made them plunge into the wonderful atmosphere of love and loyalty of the Uzbek people. At the conclusion of the event, students of the medical university made their humorous performance, which filled the Conference hall with laugh and positivity.