Azerbaijan, Baku / corr Trend S.Ilhamgzii / The creation of a common language of the Turkic states is an illusion and cannot be realized, Anar, the chairman of the Azerbaijani Writers Union, told Trend.
One of proposals sounded at the 11th conference of friendship, fraternity and cooperation of the Turkish nation and societies, was the creation of a common language of the Turkic nations to make communication easier among the people.
Anar said that there is no need to create a common language for the Turkish nations. "People of Azerbaijan and Turkey understand each other well enough. Nations of Central Asia permanently spoke to other in Russian and contact with them is difficult. "Every Turkish nation should preserve its language by studying the Turkish language for communication. All Turkish nations, excluding Azerbaijan and Turkey, should teach the Turkish language in secondary schools," he said.