Turkmenistan’s Embassy within the Turkish capital Ankara held a photo exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of the nation’s permanent neutrality standing on Tuesday.
Taking place on the workplace of the International Organization of Turkic Culture (TÜRKSOY), the exhibit was hosted by Dyusen Kaseinov, the group’s secretary-general.
Distinguished company on the occasion included Ishankuli Amanlyev, Turkmenistan’s ambassador in Ankara, Yalçın Topçu, a senior adviser to the Turkish president and lots of politicians.
Kaseinov stated that since its preliminary days, Turkmenistan has tried to forge peaceable and pleasant relations with nations worldwide. “On Dec. 12, 1995, Turkmenistan’s permanent neutrality was agreed on with the votes of 185 nations within the U.N. General Assembly (UNGA),” he stated. Since then, Turkmenistan has been enormously appreciated by all nations for sustaining this standing with no concessions, Kaseinov added.
The 25th-anniversary exhibit contains 1,500 works by some 300 artists from the Turkic world. Amanlyev stated many nationwide and worldwide occasions have been organized to mark the anniversary.
On Turkey’s ties with Turkmenistan, Topçu stated: “Thanks to the great relations in each area, particularly politics, commerce, the economic system, tradition and training, I hope to embrace the long run as ‘two brother nations, two states.'”
The exhibit spotlighted images displaying Turkmenistan’s cultural and pure magnificence.