Top of­fi­cial: First vice-pres­i­dency in­sti­tute to im­ple­ment Azer­bai­jan’s ma­jor goals

Azer News - - Front Page - By Kamila Aliyeva

First Vice-Pres­i­dent of Azer­bai­jan Mehriban Aliyeva has au­thored many in­no­va­tions in the coun­try, said Ali Hasanov, As­sis­tant to the Pres­i­dent for Pub­lic and Po­lit­i­cal Is­sues.

He made the re­marks ad­dress­ing the 10th con­fer­ence of Na­ri­manov District or­ga­ni­za­tion of the rul­ing New Azer­bai­jan Party (YAP) in Baku on June 8, Trend re­ported.

Hasanov noted that Mehriban Aliyeva formed the first lady in­sti­tute, and as the pres­i­dent of the Hey­dar Aliyev Foun­da­tion and the Azer­bai­jan Cul­ture Foun­da­tion, she cre­ated a new model of pro­mo­tion and pre­sen­ta­tion of the cul­ture, lan­guage, and his­tory of Azer­bai­jan abroad, which gave very suc­cess­ful re­sults.

To­day, the vice-pres­i­dency in­sti­tute is be­ing de­vel­oped by Mrs. Aliyeva, he said.

Hasanov ex­pressed con­fi­dence that the first vice-pres­i­dency in­sti­tute will play an im­por­tant role in the de­vel­op­ment of the Azer­bai­jani state, and it will be a struc­ture suc­cess­fully im­ple­ment­ing its ma­jor goals, im­por­tant projects in so­cial, cul­tural and other spheres.

Mehriban Aliyeva’s dy­namic char­ac­ter, con­crete­ness, dili­gence, hu­man­ism, and at­tach­ment to the state and peo­ple of Azer­bai­jan give her grounds to make valu­able con­tri­bu­tion to ful­fill­ment of the tasks set by the Azer­bai­jani pres­i­dent, mo­bi­liz­ing the work of the gov­ern­ment team, for the coun­try’s con­fi­dent de­vel­op­ment, added Hasanov.

Mehriban Aliyeva was ap­pointed first vice-pres­i­dent of Azer­bai­jan upon Pres­i­dent Il­ham Aliyev’s or­der on Fe­bru­ary 21, 2017.

The post of the first vice pres­i­dent was in­tro­duced in the coun­try fol­low­ing a con­sti­tu­tional ref­er­en­dum held on Septem­ber 26, 2016.

Hasanov fur­ther stressed that the ac­tiv­ity of the Na­ri­manov District or­ga­ni­za­tion of YAP was dy­namic, and can be re­garded as sat­is­fac­tory.

“The ac­tiv­ity of the New Azer­bai­jan Party as a whole be­gan with the Na­ri­manov district and then spread to other re­gions,” he said, stress­ing that the cre­ation of the New Azer­bai­jan Party was con­di­tioned by the ne­ces­sity, the sit­u­a­tion that ex­isted in Azer­bai­jan in 1992.

The New Azer­bai­jan Party was es­tab­lished at the ini­tia­tive and with ac­tive par­tic­i­pa­tion of Azer­bai­jani in­tel­lec­tu­als dur­ing the pe­riod of hard­ship of the Azer­bai­jan his­tory, when the coun­try was un­der­go­ing se­ri­ous or­deal.

The con­fer­ence, which gath­ered the rep­re­sen­ta­tives of all the re­gions of Azer­bai­jan, was held Novem­ber 21, 1992 with na­tional leader Hey­dar Aliyev pre­sid­ing at the event. The Con­stituent Assem­bly ap­proved the de­ci­sion on the es­tab­lish­ment of the party, the party's pro­gram and its statute. Hey­dar Aliyev was unan­i­mously elected as a chair­man of the party. The New Azer­bai­jan Party was reg­is­tered by the Jus­tice Min­istry on De­cem­ber 18, 1992 and opened its regional branches and cells in all the re­gions of Azer­bai­jan within a short pe­riod of time.

Hasanov em­pha­sized that the YAP was cre­ated and re­ceived the sta­tus of the party of the present and fu­ture of Azer­bai­jan.

"The main idea of the rul­ing New Azer­bai­jan Party is the state and state­hood. The YAP put for­ward the idea of be­com­ing a party of ev­ery cit­i­zen of Azer­bai­jan, re­gard­less of lan­guage, na­tion and re­li­gion, which has hap­pened," he said.

Hasanov added that the ideas of YAP, the foun­da­tion of which was laid by na­tional leader Hey­dar Aliyev, are now suc­cess­fully con­tin­ued by Pres­i­dent Il­ham Aliyev. From elec­tions to elec­tions, the num­ber of sup­port­ers of Pres­i­dent Il­ham Aliyev is grow­ing, and the ranks of YAP are ex­pand­ing.

The con­fer­ence was at­tended by Deputy Ex­ec­u­tive Sec­re­tary of YAP, MP Siyavush Novru­zov, mem­bers of the Na­ri­manov District Or­ga­ni­za­tion of YAP, rep­re­sen­ta­tives of a num­ber of state struc­tures and deputies.

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