Language is the basis of the state
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Today (09.07.2020), in accordance with the action plan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs held a service lesson on the study of the Law "On the state language of the Republic of Tajikistan", entitled "Language - the symbol of the nation and the foundation of the state."
Colonel Alizoda Anvarjon Juma, Chief of the State Service for Protection of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in his report on the concept, history of the Tajik language and the attention of the Founder of Peace and National Unity, Leader of the Nation, President Emomali Rahmon expressed his views on the state language.
He noted that the Law "On the State Language of the Republic of Tajikistan" defines the legal status and scope of use of the language and regulates the prospects for its development during the period of state independence, as well as in the context of major political, economic, socio-cultural changes. That is, through this law, which consists of 7 chapters and 28 articles, the Tajik language is recognized as the language of politics, legislation, business and communication.
In addition, Anvarjon Alizoda added that the state language is one of the main pillars of national statehood, which plays an important role in the stability and stability of the national state. In this regard, we in Tajikistan have declared the language of the nation the essence of the nation and the foundation of the state. Every state and nation, big or small, lives with its language, that is, a language like the Flag, Emblem and National Anthem is one of the sacred things of the state. In this sense, determining the attitude of the state to the language is one of the most important issues of public policy. State, nation and language are interrelated concepts. However, as the state and the nation are the owners of the language, then the protection and care of the language is the responsibility of every citizen.
At the end of the report Anvarjon Alizoda quoted the speeches of the Leader of the Nation Emomali Rahmon, who said: “We, the native speakers, have a responsibility to future generations to protect the originality, purity, sweetness and elegance of the native language. Each of us should take care of this invaluable national value and effectively use all available opportunities for its further development and strengthening. ”
At the end of the event, police officers asked questions related to this law and received specific answers.
Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan