In the bilateral agreement between Croatia and Turkey, Turkish language courses have started for police officers who will work in customs in Croatia.
The Croatian Border Police started learning the Turkish language through the project implemented in cooperation with Zagreb Yunus Emre Enstitüsü and the Croatian Police Academy. Pointing out that the Turkish language has an important place in career planning, Police Academy President Josip Çilić stated that they are working on a Croatian-Turkish dictionary in 2023 in cooperation with Zagreb Yunus Emre Instituso.
They met Turkish and Turkish culture
Croatian police officers met Zagreb Ambassador Yavuz Selim Kiran in the first lesson and spoke simple sentences in Turkish. The lesson ended after Ambassador Kiran introduced Turkish Coffee and Turkish Delight to the Croatian Police Officers on the occasion of International Turkish Coffee Day December 5th.
Nearly 100 police officers are learning Turkish
Nearly 100 Croatian police officers met Turkish and Turkish culture through online and face-to-face Turkish courses initiated by Yunus Emre Instituso Zagreb in 2021 for Croatian police officers.
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