SCIENCE AND EDUCATION


"History. Time. Thoughts" Volumes 3-4 of multi-volume published

Baku, October 23, AZERTAC

Head of the Department of History of the Caucasian Peoples of Baku State University, doctor of historical sciences, professor, Honored Teacher Irada Huseynova's “History. Time. Thoughts" Volumes 3 and 4 of the multi-volume have been published.

AZERTAC reports that the materials included in the third volume of the multi-volume cover the years 2006-2007, and the fourth volume covers the years 2008-2010. This elegantly published book examines the political and state activity of Heydar Aliyev who is an architect and founder of the modern independent Azerbaijan Republic as a single system. The publication also provides a comprehensive analysis of the national development priorities correctly defined by President Ilham Aliyev, socio-economic strategy based on science, a well-thought-out political course, cultural construction and other issues.

The fundamental monograph, which consists of "Heydar Aliyev's legacy and the peace process in the Caucasus", "A new stage in the development of education", "Decent service to the people", "Women are a symbol of nobility", "Opinions. Thoughts. Congratulations." etc. sections, attracts attention both with its content, as well as with the scientific-theoretical depth, systematic and complex research of the investigated problems.

The monograph emphasizes that the successful continuation and development by President Ilham Aliyev of the political and economic course set by the great leader has strengthened the country's reputation not only in the Caucasus, but also in the world community.

The role of the multifaceted activity of the First Vice-President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Mehriban Aliyeva in preserving the national and cultural values, traditions, history, science, education and culture of Azerbaijani people is widely reflected in the books.

This work, which is a great contribution to the history of Azerbaijan, is intended for scholars, political scientists, specialists in international law and relations, history, social and political sciences, politicians, Caucasians, teachers and students, as well as for a wide range of readers.

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