Dr. Ahmad Shahidov talked about the Independence Day of Azerbaijan and Turkiye-Azerbaijan relations on Channel 24 Television

Speaking on Channel 24’s “Moderator Night” program, international relations expert Dr. Ahmad Shahidov talked about the Independence Day of Azerbaijan and Turkiye-Azerbaijan relations and answered the questions of journalist Erkan Kol.

In Azerbaijan, the 31st anniversary of the declaration of independence is celebrated. Azerbaijan, which declared independence on May 28, 1918 by the National Council headed by Mehmet Emin Resulzade and was occupied by the Soviet Union after a short period of 2 years, took its place on the stage of history as an independent state again on October 18, 1991.

As it is known, after the collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of the 20th century, the Azerbaijani people had the chance to determine their own destiny for the second time in the last century and declared their independence.

This date, which is the second great victory of Azerbaijan`s political history in 20th century, is of great importance. The Azerbaijan`s Parliament unanimously adopted the constitutional draft titled “Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan” in its session of October 18, 1991.

Following this development, a referendum was held in Azerbaijan on December 29, 1991: the question “Do you approve the draft constitution of the ‘Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan?” was asked. When the people of Azerbaijan voted for the independence of Azerbaijan, in May 1992, the Azerbaijan Milli Majlis (Parliament) approved the Azerbaijani National Anthem with the composition of Uzeyir Hajibeyov and the poem of Ahmet Cavad. Immediately afterwards, the 3-colored and crescent-star State Flag and the State Coat of arms were approved by the parliament.

Since October 18, 1991, Azerbaijan became an independent country and this day continues to be celebrated as a holiday in Azerbaijan.

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Dr. Ahmad Shahidov talked about the Independence Day of Azerbaijan and Turkiye-Azerbaijan relations on Channel 24 Television

18 October 2022

Speaking on Channel 24’s “Moderator Night” program, international relations expert Dr. Ahmad Shahidov talked about the Independence Day of Azerbaijan and Turkiye-Azerbaijan relations and answered the questions of journalist Erkan Kol.

In Azerbaijan, the 31st anniversary of the declaration of independence is celebrated. Azerbaijan, which declared independence on May 28, 1918 by the National Council headed by Mehmet Emin Resulzade and was occupied by the Soviet Union after a short period of 2 years, took its place on the stage of history as an independent state again on October 18, 1991.

As it is known, after the collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of the 20th century, the Azerbaijani people had the chance to determine their own destiny for the second time in the last century and declared their independence.

This date, which is the second great victory of Azerbaijan`s political history in 20th century, is of great importance. The Azerbaijan`s Parliament unanimously adopted the constitutional draft titled “Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan” in its session of October 18, 1991.

Following this development, a referendum was held in Azerbaijan on December 29, 1991: the question “Do you approve the draft constitution of the ‘Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan?” was asked. When the people of Azerbaijan voted for the independence of Azerbaijan, in May 1992, the Azerbaijan Milli Majlis (Parliament) approved the Azerbaijani National Anthem with the composition of Uzeyir Hajibeyov and the poem of Ahmet Cavad. Immediately afterwards, the 3-colored and crescent-star State Flag and the State Coat of arms were approved by the parliament.

Since October 18, 1991, Azerbaijan became an independent country and this day continues to be celebrated as a holiday in Azerbaijan.

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