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May 28 proclaimed as "Azerbaijan National Day” in the U.S. states and cities

Six more western states of the US and seven California cities joined the congratulations

Baku. 27 May. REPORT.AZ/ Six more western states of the US and seven California cities joined the congratulations on the occasion of the Azerbaijan's Republic Day. Consulate General of Azerbaijan in Los Angeles said to Report. In all proclamations sent to the Consulate General of Azerbaijan in Los Angeles, May 28, 2015 was declared as the “Azerbaijan National Day” in the US cities and states.

The proclamations signed by the Governors of Hawaii and New Mexico, Susana Martinez and David Ige, speak about Azerbaijan's progressive development path and note that May 28 was declared as the "Azerbaijan National Day” in their states and cities. Mayors and City Councils of such California cites as Irvine, San Diego, San Jose, Santa Monica, South Gate, Stockton and Torrance as well as the Mayor of Salt Lake City of the U.S. State of Utah passed similar proclamations declaring May 28, 2015 as the “Azerbaijan National Day” in their cities and encouraging their residents to celebrate Azerbaijan’s Republic Day.

Mayors and City Councils of seven California cities, and City Council of Salt Lake City, the capital of the State of Utah, have issued proclamations declaring May 28, 2015 as the “Azerbaijan National Day” in their respective states and cities.

The Governor of U.S. State of Washington Jay Inslee extended a warm congratulatory letter, which says inter alia: “National Day is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on Azerbaijan’s rich history as the first democratic country in the Muslim world.

Also Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema of the U.S. State of Arizona proclaimed May 28 as the “Azerbaijan National Day” in her 9th Congressional District, which includes Arizona’s capital city of Phoenix as well as many other important cities.

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