Workshop on Turkish Inscriptions in Mongolia was held at IKCU

İzmir Katip Çelebi University (İKÇÜ) Department of Social Sciences and Humanities in Turkish Language and Literature and Mongolia State University Tercology Research Institute

İzmir Katip Çelebi University (İKÇÜ) Faculty of Social and Humanities Department of Turkish Language and Literature and Mongolia State University Turkology Research Institute; (İKÇÜ MUİS) Cooperation between Mongolia Cultural Heritage Center and UNESCO Turkey National Commission; The “Present and Future of Turkish Inscriptions in the Mongolia Cultural Heritage Workshop” with the support of the Turkish Language Association, Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Organization (TICA), began with an event held at the ক্যামKÇÜ Çiğli main campus.

Professor Dr. İKÇÜ Rector Prof. Dr. was present at the official inauguration of the workshop which started at Fuat Sezgin Conference Hall. Dr. Safet Kose, Rector of Mongolia State University, Professor. Dr. Tömörbaatir Yadmaa, Chief Adviser to the Presidency of Mongolia for Cultural and Religious Policy Boom Osir Dulam, President of the Turkish Language Association Prof. Dr. Dr. Gürer Gülsevin, 25. Term and 26. Term Osmanie Deputy, Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Ruhi Ersay, Vice President of Tikar Rahman Nurdun, Under-Secretary to the Mongolian Ambassador in Ankara Namkhaibat Serengambo, Ambassador Nassi Goken Kaya, Izmir Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, President of UNESCO Turkey’s National Commission Okal Okuz Turkey And the director of the research center, Professor. Dr. Shaban Dogan, MHP Izmir Provincial President Vessel Shahin, IKQ Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Muhsin Akbas, Professor. Dr. Yasin Bulduklu, Professor. Dr. Suleiman Akbulut and many university academics were present.

İKÇÜ is a cultural mosaic with its international students

EKCU Rector Prof. Dr. Safet Kos shared his satisfaction over his significant contribution to the relationship between the two countries as a university. Noting that the workshop was an indicator of the value and importance of İKÇÜ in academic and scientific research between the two countries, Rector Kos Izmir thanked Deputy Binali Yildirim for inaugurating the Mongolia State University Institute of Tarcology (İKÇÜ MUIS). Professor Dr. Kos said, “Our Prime Minister, Mr. Binali Yদldিরrm, who made great efforts to establish the Institute, and through the efforts of our teacher Soap, we have developed protocols with three Mongolian universities; Some of the projects we have started have been completed and some have been completed. With the support of the Institute of Turkology and TIKA, we host our Mongolian students at our university for one year and contribute to their education in their country by teaching Turkish. More than 800 students from 87 countries are continuing their education at İKÇÜ and we have a cultural mosaic as it stands. We have Mongolian students who study nursing in IKCU’s Faculty of Health Sciences and receive training with Mongolia University of Health Sciences to meet Mongolian demand in this field, including our protocol. Last month, our YÖK President Prof. Dr. In our meeting with our teacher Errol Ozvar, we are preparing a protocol to bring Mongolian research assistants to Turkey with YÖK scholarship and continue their studies there. Also, in the protocol we signed with TÜBA, we invited a researcher to our university with the help of the academy. At the moment, we will bring another Mongolian researcher to 6K6. ”

İKCU leads Turkish University

Boom Osir Dulam, Chief Adviser to the President on Mongolian Cultural and Religious Policy, greets all the stakeholders who supported the workshop on behalf of the President. Drawing attention to the importance of the remnants of Turkish history on Mongolian soil, Dulam said: We should continue our work in various fields with the friendly attitude and support of the two countries. We want to expand the range of our common interests. The Western world still views nomadic culture as barbaric, obscene, and barbaric. But this idea is not scientifically accepted. The Mongol and Turkish people were nomads. Our ancestors were not barbarians, they were the founders of a great civilization. He said the historical monuments of the two countries are evidence of the great civilization established by our ancestors.

9th Turkish Language Congress dedicated to Tonyukuk

President of the Turkish Language Institution, Prof. Dr. Gürer Gülsevin gave a lecture on the organization’s study of the science and application of Turkish inscriptions and the science of inscriptions. Since the establishment of the organization has been working on the place of Turkish language among the historical and written languages ​​of the world. Dr. Gürer Gülsevin, in his lectures, evaluated the publishing activities and journals, meetings held and the work of the science and application branch of inscription science established in 2013. Recalling that the Ninth Turkish Language Congress, held in 2021, was dedicated to Tonyukuk on the occasion of the 1300th anniversary of the construction of the Tonyukuk monument. Dr. Gürer Gülsevin gives examples related to Old Turkish inscriptions, saying, “We have published texts, grammars, compositions, epics in all historical and modern written languages ​​and dialects except the language written as TDK”.

Praise for İKÇÜ’s efforts

Okal Oguz, President of the National Commission for UNESCO Turkey, says that Turkey’s place in the list of heritage increases every year with the leadership of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the contribution of their diplomacy and commission. Oguz said, “Turkey is in the 16th place in the list of UNESCO with a total of 19 traditional sites. Of course, we have many areas with rich cultural heritage. In that sense, it is possible we should be in the top five. However, no application was made in these cases within the stipulated time. We have gained a lot of experience in this field in recent years. We have 84 entities in our provisional list. After these 84 years, we will only be able to melt the heritage list. In this sense, we are the first country in the world to wait for those who are on the list. Mongolia works intensively in terms of its own cultural heritage. We thank you for this sensitive approach to preserving the heritage, including the Gokturk monument, which covers the Arkhon Valley, for these efforts involving Turkish resources. Collaboration with this approach needs to be supported. Welcomes the continuity of the process in Mongolia; We appreciate the initiative and foresight of 7K7. ”

A rare university is apt for its slogan

Rahman Nurdun, vice-president of TİKA, said he was pleased with the steps taken by them since the 1990s. “Today is a really important day,” said Nurdun, referring to the slogan “We are aware, we are different”. As for TIKA, we are discussing an effort that started in the second half of the 90’s. İKÇÜ is one of the rare universities that works in this field supported by TIKA. Now I can better understand the slogan “We are aware, we are different”. The Turkish Monuments Project (MOTAP) in Mongolia, the Turkish Monuments Project in Mongolia (MOTAP), the Höşöö Tsaydam Museum of the Göktürk period and the Bilge Kagan Highway and Höşöö Tsaydam Museum in Karakorum district of Övörhangai province were built under our direction. Our President has visited the region several times. Again at their direction, after their last visit, a modern road was built in the Tonikuk inscription. Again, a tender will be held this year for the construction of a modern museum to preserve the Tonyukuk inscriptions. For the contribution of İKÇÜ to the work of our state in Mongolia, Professor. Dr. I congratulate Saffet Köse. “

İKÇÜ Turkey could become the center of world studies

Ankara Hachi Bayram Valley University faculty member Professor. Dr. Ruhi Ersay said he believed that the 7KÇÜ to be held in Izmir would be a pioneer in future research on Turkish world. This workshop is a precursor to her. I sincerely believe that İKÇÜ, which includes valuable professors like Şaban Dogan and Ömür Ceylan, will make a valuable contribution in this regard. As we see today, Turkey has become the center of Turkish world and Turkology. It continues to do so with both academic and political action. We proudly pursue inventory research of Turkish history, presentation of patterns in folklore, and excavation research. We see that the philosophy of the inscriptions, the documents that we gave to the world at that time, not only war and organization, but also the wisdom of the world today to imitate the message. Arkhan inscriptions are of interest not only to Turkologists, but also to other fields of science. “

Turkey is closely interested in Turkish inscriptions in Mongolia

The president of the organizing committee of the first workshop, Professor. Dr. Shaban Dogan said the second workshop would be held in Mongolia. During the session, all the details of the project of transporting historical monuments carried out by the Mongolia Cultural Heritage Center will be shared by the historians who participated in the project. Dr. Dogan said: “In our second workshop in Mongolia between 1-7 August 2022, our aim is to show our Mongolian colleagues and relevant authorities again that Turkey is very interested in Mongolian Turkish inscriptions; To inspect the project conducted by the Mongolia Cultural Heritage Center on site; We aim to share our views with authorized agencies in Turkey and Mongolia on the latest status of the inscriptions and the region in which the inscriptions were taken. We will hear details of the project from the officials of the Mongolia Cultural Heritage Center and presentations about the center carrying the project. We will try to explain to our speakers the importance of Turkish inscriptions in Mongolia in terms of Turkish language, history and culture. And was transferred to the center and we will discuss the transfer of the inscription to future generations.

The primary work of Mongolian archaeologists outside their country

On behalf of the Mongolian Ambassador to Ankara, Under Secretary Namkhaibat Serengambo thanked Rector Prof. Dr. Dr. He began his speech by thanking Safet Kos, and said that there is a historical bond between the two populations that spans thousands of years. “Relations between the two countries continue to grow politically, culturally and economically. The number of Mongolians coming to Turkey and the number of students studying in Turkey are increasing every year. This joint project will go down in history as the first work of Mongolian archaeologists abroad. We especially congratulate our Rector and Shaban Hoka, who support the development of relations between the two countries. “

After the opening ceremony, the workshop continued with a session held at the Balkova Thermal Hotel. The final announcement of the workshop will be shared with the Turkish and Mongolian authorities, the papers and discussions will be published as a book and the second will be held in Mongolia on 1-7 August.

Source: (BHA) – Bayaz News Agency

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