Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev held a session of the National Commission for the transition of an alphabet of the Kazakh language into Latin graphics, a press service of the Prime Minister reports.
At the session, the implementation of an action plan for the gradual transition of the Kazakh alphabet into Latin graphics until 2025 was considered. Also, the coordination of the works on designing of spelling rules and technical keyboard layout on a new alphabet was discussed.
Minister of Culture and Sports Arystanbek Mukhamediuly noted that the working group with the participation of linguists had designed a concept of spelling the Kazakh alphabet based on the Latin graphic.
Minister of Education and Science Yerlan Sagadiyev reported that the Institute of Linguistics named after A.Baitursynov had studies the international rules and principles pf the formation of terms in the Kazakh and Turkic languages and had created criteria of national terminology.
The National Commission for the transition of an alphabet of the Kazakh language to Latin graphics is a consultative body at the Government. Its goal is to prepare and to submit proposals on the transition of an alphabet of Kazakh into Latin graphics, coordination and control over its execution.
The national Commission have four working groups: the methodological working group at the Ministry of Education and Science teaches, studies and gradually introduces it to the education system; the terminological working group works on systematization of a terminological fund: the orthographical group at the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan works on designing orthographical rules and pronunciation of the Kazakh language based on Latin graphics; and the working group for technical and information support of the Ministry of Information and Communications of Kazakhstan works to adapt the Latin graphics to information technologies and information space.
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