Update Post: November 30, 2023 5:21 pm
As Valentina Matvienko, Chairperson of the Federation Council and Chairperson of the Commonwealth IPA Council, highlighted, the role and mission of the Russian language in the CIS remains very important, since over the past centuries it has changed and has developed precisely as a medium. of interethnic and intercultural communication. Therefore, according to her, representatives of many peoples of Eurasia today can find in it words from their native languages.
“The ability to absorb borrowings, including, of course, the vocabulary of our CIS neighbors, and make them an organic part of ourselves is an excellent property of the Russian language,” he noted. – The Russian language is a proven means of mutual understanding and dialogue between cultures. This is a work tool for integration structures, an opportunity for companies and scientists, a unique opportunity for everyone in our unique space to receive education in another country, invite and visit neighbors, implement common projects, find work in an other state. . Everything works.
Valentina Matvienko cited the example of the Kyrgyz writer Chyngyz Aitmatov, whose legacy was dedicated to the international conference organized within the framework of the IPA session. “By nature, he was a creator and unifier,” recalled the chairman of the Russian Federation Council. “He especially valued friendly relations between our peoples. As you know, Aitmatov grew up in a family where they were fluent in both Kyrgyz and Russian, and he emphasized: “For a Kyrgyz, both languages are two wings of a bird.”
Valentina Matvienko thanked her colleagues from friendly countries for their careful attitude towards the Russian language. The Kyrgyz side received special praise from the Chairman of the Commonwealth IPA Council for its support for the creation of the International Russian Language Organization, as well as for active promotion of various events within the framework of the Year of the Russian Language as a language Language of interethnic communication announced in 2023 in the CIS.
The Russian language will continue to retain its official status and historical role in Kyrgyzstan. As stated by the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Sadyr Japarov, it provides citizens of the republic with more opportunities for development and self-realization and helps representatives of different ethnic groups living on its territory communicate.