Kurultaj of Hun-Turkic peoples in Hungary
August 12, 2016

On the 11th August, 2016 Kurultaj - tribal assembly of the Hun – Turkic nations, which is organized by the Hungarian-Turan Foundation headed by eminent scientist Andras Zsolt Biro started its work and will last until 14th August.

The start of the event was given at the parliament of the country - National Assembly of Hungary, where Mr. Sándor Lezsák, Deputy Speaker of the Hungarian National Assembly, who is also eminent Turkologist welcomed the participants of the Kurultaj and hosted a grand reception.

Many representatives, members of parliament, officials, scholars and artists from the Turkic-speaking countries and communities as well as from other countries are taking part in the august gathering.

TurkPA Secretary General Jandos Asanov, who is participating on behalf of the Assembly met with Mr. Sándor Lezsák, Mr Andras Zsolt Biro and other persons. Various interesting events within Kurultaj will be held in the village of Bugac, one of beautiful areas of the Hungarian steppe and will last for 3 days. The event warmly welcomes guests, especially from Hun-Turkic nations with whom Hungarians have many historical and cultural ties. The programme of Kurultaj includes scientific-cultural and nomadic sports events.

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Second World Nomad Games
September 6, 2016
Kurultaj of Hun-Turkic peoples in Hungary
August 12, 2016
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