The "Traces of Turkish Culture" exhibition organized by Tbilisi Yunus Emre Institute opened its doors on June 8, 2021 in the exhibition hall of Tbilisi History Museum under the National Museum of Georgia.
Turkey's Ambassador to Tbilisi Fatma Ceren Yazgan, Azerbaijan People's Republic's Ambassador to Tbilisi Faik Guliyev, TIKA Tbilisi Coordinator Necla Demirdağ, Deputy Director of the National Museum of Georgia Mikheil Tsereteli and other guests have attended to the opening of the exhibition.
During the opening speech, Republic of Turkey's Ambassador to Tbilisi Fatma Ceren Yazgan underlined that a similar programme could not be held due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the first-time organization of this exhibition after the pandemic was quite meaningful. Yazgan mentioned that she was quite pleased to participate in such an event.
THE EXHIBITION DEMONSTRATES THE SOLIDARITY BETWEEN GEORGIA, AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY
During his opening speech, Azerbaijan People's Republic's Ambassador to Tbilisi Faik Guliyev mentioned that he was pleased to be participating in the event and stated that the rich Turkish culture was presented in the exhibition and that this exhibition demonstrated the solidarity between Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey.
Deputy Director of the National Museum of Georgia Mikheil Tsereteli stated that the collaboration and relations between Turkey and Georgia were being enhanced through similar cultural events.
Some 63 visuals about the Turkish culture and primarily about the Turkish architecture were displayed in the exhibition.
The exhibition will remain open to visitors for 10 days.