Winners of the competition “Letters to a soldier” were awarded

On February 12, 2016 Baku “ASAN service” No.3 has hosted an event dedicated to the 4th anniversary of establishment of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan. On February 12, 2016 Baku “ASAN service” No.3 has hosted an event dedicated to the 4th anniversary of establishment of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The event was declared open with the national anthem of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The first deputy chief, major-general of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Zaur Abdullayev reported, the winners of the competition entitled “Letters to a soldier” which was aimed to enhance and promote the patriotic spirit among the youth, was conducted among journalists since with the 7th of December 2015 until the 18th of January 2016, who were selected by juries and submitted articles were published in a brochure. Afterwards, Deputy Chairman of the State Agency for Public Service and Social Innovations under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Ulvi Mehdiyev mentioned, that since 2014 year 50 thousand applications of citizens have been registered to the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription service rendered in the framework of “ASAN service” centers. Also, Ulvi Mehdiyev emphasized on the projects in the field of enhancing patriotism spirit by ASAN volunteers. Executive Director of the Youth Foundation under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Farhad Hajiyev has spoken about the youth policy and stressed on the importance of such events to enhance the patriotism spirit. As a conclusion of the event, the winners of the writing competition entitled “Letters to a soldier”, which was conducted by the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan and aimed to promote patriotism among the representatives of mass media, have been awarded and a brochure of articles demonstrated to the public.

 

On February 12, 2016 Baku “ASAN service” No.3 has hosted an event dedicated to the 4th anniversary of establishment of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

On February 12, 2016 Baku “ASAN service” No.3 has hosted an event dedicated to the 4th anniversary of establishment of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The event was declared open with the national anthem of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The first deputy chief, major-general of the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Zaur Abdullayev reported, the winners of the competition entitled “Letters to a soldier” which was aimed to enhance and promote the patriotic spirit among the youth, was conducted among journalists since with the 7th of December 2015 until the 18th of January 2016, who were selected by juries and submitted articles were published in a brochure.

Afterwards, Deputy Chairman of the State Agency for Public Service and Social Innovations under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Ulvi Mehdiyev mentioned, that since 2014 year 50 thousand applications of citizens have been registered to the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription service rendered in the framework of “ASAN service” centers. Also, Ulvi Mehdiyev emphasized on the projects in the field of enhancing patriotism spirit by ASAN volunteers.

Executive Director of the Youth Foundation under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Farhad Hajiyev has spoken about the youth policy and stressed on the importance of such events to enhance the patriotism spirit.

As a conclusion of the event, the winners of the writing competition entitled “Letters to a soldier”, which was conducted by the State Service for Mobilization and Conscription of the Republic of Azerbaijan and aimed to promote patriotism among the representatives of mass media, have been awarded and a brochure of articles demonstrated to the public.

 

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