The certificates were presented to those who completed the Turkish Ottoman course organized online by Yunus Emre Institusu (YEE) in cooperation with the Khayrat Foundation in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the program at the YEE Sarajevo Cultural Centre, YEE Sarajevo director Mehmet Akif Yaman said that more than 50 people who completed the course had reached the level of being able to read archive works, and that more than 20 participants had obtained their certificates.
Ali Bellikli, Director of Charities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, stated that more than 500 people attended the course, and reminded that it was held online for two years due to Kovid-19.
Halime Akan, 10, who got her certificates, said: “First, my father joined the course. Then it became interesting for me too. I continued too. I learned to read and I loved it.” He said.
Halime’s twin, Sahjla Akan, also mentioned that she knows Turkish and said, “It was not difficult to learn the Ottoman language.” He said.
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