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A photo exhibition dedicated to the memorial complex in honor of Kutlug Kagan was organized in Bishkek

The exhibition dedicated to the memorial complex and the inscription in honor of Kutlug khagan was opened by the Acting President of the Academy F. Majidli, who expressed his gratitude to the guests of the event. The guests, who took part in the event, spoke about the significance of the Kutlug Khagan complex, discovered by the Nomgon expedition, noting that this is a significant event in Turkic studies. They noted that the new discovery is the result of many years of scientific work and highly appreciated the work of the Organization. Particularly, a deeper studing of the ancient Turkic, Sogdian and Brahmi inscriptions on the stones found in the complex will open up new pages of the Turkic history. The Acting President of the International Turkic Academy Fuzuli Majidli, the ex-speaker of the Jogorku Kenesh of Kyrgyzstan - the member of the Council of Elders of the OTS Medetkan Sherimkulov, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the Kyrgyz Republic Latif Gandilov, the member of the Milli Majlis of the Republic of Azerbaijan Javanshir Feyziyev, the Expert of the Administration of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic ShaazadaTumenbaev, the Counsellor - Minister of the Embassy of Kazakhstan to the Kyrgyz Republic Askhat Syzdykov, the Rector of the Zh.Balasagyn Kyrgyz National University Tolobek Abdrakhmanov, the Director of the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnology named after B.Dzhamgerchinov Ablabek Asankanov, the famous Kyrgyz archaeologist Kubatbek Tabaldyev, the experts of the Turkic Academy Napil Bazylkhan and Nurdin Useev, as well as statesmen and public figures, intellectuals and scientists participated in this event. It should be pointed out that this year, a memorial complex and an inscription, dedicated to Elteris Kutlug Khagan were found as a result of a scientific archaeological expedition in the Arkhangay aimag of Mongolia, on the Nomgon plain jointly conducted by the International Turkic Academy and the Institute of Archeology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. Elteris Kutlug Khagan was the father-in-law of the famous ruler of the Kyrgyz Khaganate Barsbek Khagan.