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On December 7, 2018 in the reading room "Adolat" of the National Library of Uzbekistan was held an exhibition of literature titled "Millat sozi, milat navosi" (Words of the nation, melody of the nation) dedicated to the 26th anniversary of the adoption of the State Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The purpose of organizing the exhibition is to note the role of the anthem in educating the young generation in the spirit of respecting national traditions and universal human virtues, prompting recognition and respect for it.
It is gratifying that whether it is a statesman or a winning athlete, a worker or an intellectual, a student or a student of a college and a lyceum, a schoolboy or a kindergarten pupil, everyone with honor feels happy with his hand on his heart and performs it. Every citizen of Uzbekistan feels a sense of pride and patriotism when he hears the Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The literature presented at the exhibition reminds users of historical events - the eleventh session of the Oliy Kengash of the Republic of Uzbekistan, December 10, 1992, when the Law “On the National Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan” was passed, that the National Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan is one of the symbols of State sovereignty and respect for him is the patriotic duty of every citizen.
The books, titled “Millat so'zi, millat navosi”(Words of the nation, melody of the nation), dedicated to the 26th Anniversary of the State Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan, reflect the values of the library users, their creation and creators: National Poet of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov and books about his life and work of national composer Mutal Burkhonov, the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the books "State Symbols of the Republic of Uzbekistan", "State Symbols", newspapers and "Democratization and Human Rights", "Healthy Generation", "Rights and Obligations" magazines. From these sources, readers have gained a lot of information about the history of hymns and their implementation.
Press service of the National Library of Uzbekistan