A special group of scholars has been created to develop a single alphabet of the Turkic-speaking countries, TurkPA Secretary General Ramil Hasanov told media today.
He said the issue of creating a single alphabet, which has found general support, was raised at the meetings of the TurkPA Committee on Humanitarian and Social Affairs.
"A decision was made to take concrete steps in this direction and create a group of scholars," Hasanov said.
He said that after getting the scholars' positive result, TurkPA may adopt a single alphabet.
TurkPA was established in 2009 in Baku. It includes Azerbaijan, Turkey, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The main purpose of TurkPA is mutual support of Turkic-speaking countries in international organizations, as well as exchange of experience in the legislative
process. The Assembly was also established to preserve language, culture and history in the Turkic-speaking countries, strengthen political, economic and cultural ties between the member countries of the organization.