A series of events were held in Kosovo on the occasion of March 18 Martyr’s Day and the 108th anniversary of the Çanakkale Naval Victory.
Turkey’s Ambassador to Pristina Sabri Tuncangeli, Chairman of the Democratic Turkish Party of Kosovo (KDTP) and Minister of Regional Development of Kosovo, Vikerim, attended the ceremony that took place in the Sultan Murat Barracks, where the Turkish representation delegation working within the Kosovo Peace Force (KFOR) was headed by Prizren in the south of the country. Damka, the party’s deputies Fidan Brenna Gilta and Ennis Kervan, the head of the Turkish Representation Committee Colonel Recay Yilmaz, as well as representatives of Turkish institutions in the country, mayors and guests were present.
At the ceremony, he recited the Qur’an to the martyrs of Çanakkale.
Poems and songs were read by members of the Filizler Kemalist Turkish Association for Culture and Arts and students from different parts of Kosovo.
Ambassador Anjeli and Minister Damca gave a speech on the importance of spirit of unity and solidarity on the anniversary of the Çanakkale victory.
Presentation of the play “Canakkale, the Day of Victory and the Memory of the Martyrs” at the “Art Theater” in Prizren.
In addition, the memory of the Kosovars who were martyred in Çanakkale was commemorated with ceremonies held at the monuments of the martyrs of Çanakkale in the municipalities of Mamusa and Dragash.
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