Im­ages That In­spire

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - CULTURE AND ARTS -

A sci­en­tific-the­o­ret­i­cal con­fer­ence was held at the In­sti­tute of Lit­er­a­ture named af­ter Nizami Gan­javi of the Na­tional Acad­emy of Sciences of Azer­bai­jan, where the dis­cus­sion of cul­tural themes was ac­com­pa­nied by the «Pri­mor­dial Friendly Re­la­tions» doc­u­men­tary film, shot by Uzbek film­maker El­dar Mame­dov, and a pre­sen­ta­tion of books by Azer­bai­jani sci­en­tists trans­lated into Uzbek.


Aca­demi­cian, vice-pres­i­dent of Na­tional Acad­emy of Sciences of Azer­bai­jan, di­rec­tor of the In­sti­tute of Lit­er­a­ture named af­ter N. Gan­javi Isa Gabibbeyli:

- I was for­tu­nate enough to visit hos­pitable sunny Uzbek­istan sev­eral times. These trips left the most warm and in­deli­ble im­pres­sions. And to­day I feel over­whelmed with a sense of pride in the suc­cess of the con­fer­ence, which brought to­gether so many prom­i­nent fig­ures of sci­ence, cul­ture and art. This is an in­di­ca­tor that my com­pa­tri­ots ap­pre­ci­ate and cher­ish the strong ties of friend­ship and sin­cere brother­hood that have de­vel­oped with the Uzbek peo­ple.

Di­rec­tor of the Hey­dar Aliyev Cul­tural Cen­ter in Uzbek­istan Samir Ab­basov:

- Our main task is to make ef­forts for the fur­ther de­vel­op­ment and strength­en­ing of the bonds of friend­ship. The shown doc­u­men­tary film is the re­sult of our long and painstak­ing work in the archival funds of «Uzbek­film» JSC. It shows the com­mon his­tory, cul­ture and tra­di­tions of the Uzbek and Azer­bai­jani peo­ples.

Doc­tor of Philol­ogy Al­maz Ulvi Bin­na­tova:

- Both Azer­bai­ja­nis and Uzbeks have al­ways in­spired and con­tinue to in­spire im­ages and works of close in spirit great per­son­al­i­ties - Nizami and Navoi, Fuzuli and Shay­h­zoda, Babur and Khatai, whose great­est cre­ations and legacy are right­fully placed in the trea­sury of world civ­i­liza­tion. We ex­pected that to­day's fo­rum will have such suc­cess. Many of the par­tic­i­pants of the con­fer­ence were in­ter­ested in vis­it­ing Uzbek­istan.

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