Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti has stated that he is happy with his country’s tradition of multilingualism and the opportunity for children in Kosovo to learn their mother tongue.
At the round table held on the occasion of the National Day of Kosovo Turks on 23 April, proposals for finding solutions to the problems of the Turkish community in Kosovo, such as lack of media, insufficient staff, and poor quality of educational materials, were discussed.
The meeting, which took place at the Kosovo Prime Minister’s Residence, was attended by Kosovar Prime Minister Kurti, Deputy Prime Minister for Minorities and Human Rights Emilija Rexipe, Kosovo’s Minister for Regional Development, Chairman of the Kosovo Democratic Party of Turkey (KDTP) Vikrim Damca and Undersecretary of the Turkish Embassy in Pristina. Cemlı Aydin was attended by intellectuals, artists, politicians, bureaucrats, academics and members of the media from the Turkish community in Kosovo.
In his speech here, Prime Minister Kurti thanked the Turkish community in Kosovo for their contributions to the country.
Noting that they celebrated the 72nd anniversary of Turkish education in Kosovo last month, Kurti said, “We are happy with this long tradition of multilingualism in our country and the opportunity for children in Kosovo to learn their mother tongue. Last year our government found a solution to provide quality textbooks in the language Turkish Our educational strategy 2022-2026 includes drafting, reviewing and continuous support for the translation and adaptation of Turkish textbooks. Use phrases.
Corti stressed that they will contribute to improving the life and well-being of every citizen, regardless of our differences, saying: “Our common point is our country, so we will be together at every step to achieve multifaceted progress.” He said.
Emphasizing that the biggest test before the Turks in Kosovo is census, KDTP President Damka said, “We all need to focus on census. In census, we need to make sure that our ID number appears in full without causing any manipulation.” He rated it.
Deputy Prime Minister Rixpi stated that the Turkish community in Kosovo enjoys many rights guaranteed by the Kosovo constitution.
Since Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, various cultural and artistic activities are organized across the country due to the “National Day of Kosovo Turks”, which is celebrated on April 23 every year.
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