11th International Grand Turkish Language Assembly was held in Hungarian capital of Budapest and was hosted by Budapest Yunus Emre Enstitüsü.
Organised by collaboration of Bilkent University, Yunus Emre Enstitüsü and Turkey Azerbaijan Friendship, Cooperation and Solidarity Foundation, the 11th International Grand Turkish Language Assembly was held in Budapest Yunus Emre Enstitüsü. In the Assembly organised by participation of Turcologists and scientists from all over the world, Yunus Emre Enstitüsü President Prof. Dr. Ateş took the floor and expressed that they make efforts to teach Turkish, and explain correctly the ancient cultural values and people of Turkey.
45 THOUSAND PEOPLE HAVE LEARNED TURKISH
Marking that 45 thousand students have learned Turkish by the initiatives of Yunus Emre Enstitüsü, Ateş continued as follows: “We both teach Turkish and make efforts to explain our cultural sources through correct methods in our 45 cultural centres in 37 countries, in cities as Washington, Tokyo, the capital of The Republic of South Africa Pretoria and Polish capital of Warsaw. After taking over Turcology Project, YEE has established collaborations with nearly 100 universities worldwide with the aim of introducing Turkish language, literature and arts and to offer services to all university students abroad who want to get education in this field.”
Following the opening speeches, 116 scientists presented declarations in a total of ten sessions. At the end of 11th International Grand Turkish Language Assembly where declarations were discussed, the final declaration prepared by the commission gathered under the chairmanship of Prof. Dr. Abide Doğan and Prof. Dr. Naciye Yıldız was presented to all delegates. After the presentation of the final declaration, participants visited historical monuments in Budapest.