Baku hosts international symposium ‘Love to people from Yunus Emre to Muhammad Fizuli’
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 10 / Trend, T. Hajiyev /
Baku hosted an international symposium "Love to people from Yunus Emre to Muhammad Fizuli".
"Yunus Emre and Mohammed Fizuli propagandized love for people in their work" MP Nizami Jafarov said today at the official opening of the symposium.
"There are many similarities between Yunus Emre and Muhammad Fizuli. Their works are at the top of the classical Turkic-Islamic literature" Jafarov said.
All negative events in the world occur because of insufficient love of people to each other, MP Ganira Pashayeva said.
"Our culture has always focused on love to people. Today the most serious crisis in the world is a moral and spiritual crisis. Therefore it is necessary to propagandize Yunus Emre and Muhammad Fizuli's creativity", Pashayeva said.
"This event can play a big role to familiarize the modern world with the origins of our national history and show the relevance of our culture," Nihat Javader, assistant to Turkish ambassador to Azerbaijan said.
"Yunus Emre and Mohammed Fizuli made a great contribution to the world culture. Their works are needed across the world.
Yunus Emre propagandized love to people regardless of religion, language and race. Mohammed Fizuli extolled all the positive qualities of people, calling people to love and trust" Javader said.
Then, MP Nizami Jafarov delivered Turkey's Minister of Religious Affairs Ali Bardakoglu's congratulations to the participants.
The symposium was organized by the Association of World Turkic Writers, the Foundation of Support for Youth of Azerbaijan Republic, Organization of Turkic Cooperation and Development of the Turkish Republic and the Azerbaijani Ataturk Center.