On 5 November 2021, TURKPA Deputy Secretary General participated in an international conference on the theme “The Turkic world: history, modernity, future”, which was held with participation of state and public figures, representatives of international organizations, diplomatic missions, scientific and academic communities of Kazakhstan and Turkey.
Mr. Yalchin Topchu, Senior Advisor to the President of the Republic of Turkey, Mr. Dusen Kaseinov, Secretary General of TURKSOY, Mr. Sultan Rayev, Deputy Secretary General of the Turkic Council, Mr.Talgat Aduov, Deputy Secretary General of TURKPA, Mr. Fuzuli Mejidli, Vice President of the International Turkic Academy, Mr. Abzal Saparbekuly, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Republic of Turkey, Mr. Ayhan Tuğlu, Director of the National Library under the Administration of the President of Turkey, Mr. Bakytzhan Temirbolat, Director of the Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy and Mr. Anuar Zhangozin, the Deputy Head of the corporate fund “Academy of Elbasy” addressed the conference.
The participants discussed the processes of reviving historical, cultural and spiritual heritage of the Turkic civilization, the role and contribution of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Elbasy, Aksakal of the Turkic World Nursultan Nazarbayev to the unity of the Turkic people, as well as strengthening the dynamic integration of the Turkic World.
The conference was preceded by an opening of the exhibition in the framework of this project, titled “The Kazakhstan way. Turkic Unity”, dedicated to the 30th anniversary of independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which took place at the National Library under the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey, organized by the Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy together with the Academy of Elbasy with the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Republic of Turkey and the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey in Ankara.
“The Kazakhstan way. Turkic Unity” exhibition will remain open for residents and guests of Ankara for a month.