Arabic Language Day History
Arabic Language Day was introduced by the United Nations in 2010. On that year, the organization also created days for languages as Chinese, English, Spanish, Russian, and French. These are the six official languages used by the United Nations. The goal of the observance is to raise awareness of the history and culture of each of these languages. Arabic Language Day occurs every year on December 18th.
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