In collaboration with the Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies and the Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages, the King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language is set to kick off a scientific program in Tashkent and Samarkand, Republic of Uzbekistan, starting tomorrow and running until December 7.
Dr. Abdullah Al-Washmi, the Secretary-General of the academy, explained that the program aims to showcase the academy's activities and emphasize its role in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers. The initiative also seeks to support entities involved in Arabic language education in Uzbekistan, enhance the skills of Arabic language teachers for non-native speakers, provide them with necessary resources, and elevate the language-learning skills of students in line with best practices. This effort underscores the Kingdom's commitment to promoting the Arabic language on a global scale.
Al-Washmi detailed that the program will encompass a range of specialized seminars, panel discussions, training courses, and visits to institutions such as Samarkand State University and the Imam Bukhari International Scientific Research Center.