AZERBAIJANI SCIENTISTS TOOK PART AT ANKARA INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM
On the 15-18th of May in 2019 in the capital of the Republic of Turkey in Ankara, at Hajettepe University and Anitkabir Association organized the symposium on the theme “19 May in 100th jubilee of Ataturk and Turkish independence” devoted to the beginning of the Turkish independence struggle by Mustafa Kamal Ataturk.
The symposium was attended by scientists and researchers from various universities and research centers of Turkey, as well as from different countries such as Azerbaijan, Germany, Hungary, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Scientists PhD., associate professor Tahir Orujov and PhD. Naila Asgar from the Institute of Folklore of ANAS also took part at the symposium. They made reports “Two great Turkic leaders, statesman, people’s leader: Mustafa Kamal Ataturk and Mammad Emin Rasulzade” by Tahir Orujov and “State policy and folk ashugs on the lands left to the Russians after the war 93” by Naila Askar.