Under the auspices of the Presidency of the Republic and in coordination with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the flavors of Turkish cuisine were presented in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as part of the activities of the Turkish Cuisine Week, which was held for the second time this year.
Within the framework of the ceremony organized by the Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo, on the occasion of the Turkish Cuisine Week held under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s wife, Emine Erdogan, delicacies from Hatay were served to the food lovers of the International University. Sarajevo (IUS).
The meals were prepared by IUS Chef Kamil Ağar and students of the Eastern Sarajevo 28 June School of Hotel and Tourism Management.
Ajar said, “It is a special honor for me to be in such an organization and to share the food and culture of my city with these beautiful students of Bosnia and Herzegovina.” He said.
Ahmet Atabash, Counselor for Culture and Tourism at the Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo, stated that the Turkish Kitchen Week was held from May 21 to 27 with events in Turkey and in foreign representative offices, and said, “Turkish cuisine is a world-famous cuisine. We want to present Turkish cuisine in dimensions different, not just the flavor part.” He said.
Atabaş said, “Hatay is a very important city in terms of gastronomy. It is culturally rich, and it has hosted different civilizations and reflected this in its cuisine.” Use the phrase.
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