In Kazakhstan presented the first paper in Latin

© Photo : Internet Portal Nonpresentation Newspapers Til-QazynaIn Kazakhstan presented the first paper in Latin© Photo : Internet Portal Nur

The first newspaper in Kazakh language performed in Latin script, presented on Friday in Astana, reported the press service of the Ministry of culture and sports.

In October 2017, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev signed a decree on the gradual translation of the alphabet of the Kazakh language to Latin script by 2025. At the same time was adopted the alphabet of the Kazakh language to the Latin alphabet of 32 letters. Later, the President approved a revised alphabet, which was abandoned apostrophes, and accents has introduced other characters. Nazarbayev stressed that the transition of Kazakh language to the Latin alphabet «in no case does not affect the rights Russian-speaking, Russian language and other languages».

«Today in the capital, the Ministry of culture and sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan and national scientific-practical center «Teal-Kazyna» the name of Simultane Shayakhmetov presented the new Kazakh-language publication on Latin – Republican information-cognitive newspaper «Til-Qazyna». The official ceremony was opened by the Minister of culture and sports arystanbek Mukhamediuly,» — said the press service.

The participants spoke about the concept of the new edition, noting the important role of new Newspapers in the task of gradual transition to the Latin alphabet. «Leading scientists talking about the history of the Kazakh publications are published on the Latin alphabet in the past, I think that the main mission of the new publication is to become an interactive platform for learning, exchange of views on issues of linguistics», — said the press service.

According to the Ministry, the new edition aimed at a wide information campaign to promote the new Kazakh alphabet, the provision of methodological assistance in teaching the Kazakh language on Latin graphics, publishing educational information to a wider audience. The newspaper will be published 2 times a month, said the press service.