Creating common language of Turkic countries to take time: head of TURKSOY
Azerbaijan, Baku, October 16 / Trend , M.Aliyev /
Creating a common language of Turkic countries will take time, Director General of TURKSOY Dyusen Kaseinov told Trend on Oct. 16.
"Currently, many Turkic States, who gained independence recently, are working on the restoration and development of their languages. Because some of them even started to lose their language," noted Kaseinov.
According to the head of TURKSOY, the question of a common language will find its solution if the representatives of the Turkic countries communicate more.
TURKSOY is an international organization and was set up in 1993 in Ankara, by Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkey and Turkmenistan. The organization's main goal is to keep, develop and transfer to the future generation common material and cultural monuments of Turkic nations between the Turkic speaking nations. The organization also cooperates with a range of authorized international organizations, including UNESCO. The Permanent Council of Ministers of Culture is TURKSOY's supreme body.
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