The Turkic Academy organized a photo exhibition dedicated to the results of archaeological excavations

On September 26, 2022, the International Turkic Academy within the framework of the international archaeological and cultural expedition "From Orkhon to Orkhan-Gazi" at the Tayyare Cultural Center in Bursa held an exhibition of photographs dedicated to the results of archaeological excavations in Mongolia and historical artifacts found there.

The opening ceremony of the exhibition was attended by the Acting President of the International Turkic Academy Fuzuli Majidli, Head of the Administration of Bursa Alinur Aktash, Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Türkiye Rashad Mammadov, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Türkiye Yerkebulan Sapiyev, delegation of scientists headed by Director of the Institute of Archaeology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences Gelegdorj Eregzen, which also included Professor Kadyraly Konkobayev, President of the Association of Universities of the Caucasus Ramazan Korkmaz, Professor of Izmir University Katip Celebi Shaban Dogan, Azerbaijani Turkologist Elchin Ibrahim, intellectuals and scientists, representatives of the media of fraternal countries. The exhibition dedicated to the monument complex and the inscription in honor of Kutlug-Kagan was opened by the acting head of the Academy F. Majidli, who expressed gratitude to the guests of the event. Speaking at the meeting, the head of the Bursa city Administration A. Aktash stressed the importance of the discovery made by the Turkic Academy for the Turkic world and world science. It is worth noting that at this photo exhibition, photographs of archaeological excavations conducted in the Nomgon Valley and the Shivet Ulaan complex, as well as valuable finds, were presented to the public. The event, which takes place under the auspices of the Academy, is attended by well-known scientists, intellectuals from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan,Türkiye, Hungary, Mongolia, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, as well as the Republics of Tatarstan and Bashkortostan, which are part of the Russian Federation. Then, according to the expedition program, an international presentation of the complex and a written monument in honor of Kutlug-Kagan with the participation of scientists from fraternal countries will take place.