May 28 -Independence Day
May 28, 1918 marks 105 years since the establishment of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, the first democratic state in the Muslim East.Mammad Khan Tekinski is one of the individuals who held various positions during the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and dedicated his service to his country and people. Mammad Khan Tekinski (1879-1938) - one of the prominent statesmen and diplomats of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic On July 15, 1918, Mammad Khan Tekinski, as a member of the Extraordinary Investigation Commission established by the government of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, took part in the investigations into the atrocities committed by Armenian-Dashnak forces against the Muslim population. Subsequently, in January 1919, he was appointed as the diplomatic representative of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic government in Armenia. He consistently raised the issue of ending the "Armenian administration" in the Nakhchivan district before international missions in Armenia and actively engaged in matters concerning the government of the Republic.
After Mammad Khan Tekinski was recalled from his post, he was appointed as the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in October 1919 by the decision of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic government, and he held this position until the establishment of Soviet power in Azerbaijan.