Kazakh culture was presented in Ankara as part of the "Days of Anadolu" festival.
Kazakh culture was presented in Ankara as part of the "Days of Anadolu" festival. The event was dedicated to the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Kazakhstan and Turkey. "Adem-au" dance ensemble and the folk band from Zhambyl region performed on the stage. Locals and tourists visited the exhibition titled "House of Kazakhstan" and learned about the Kazakh customs and traditions. Kazakh ambassador to Turkey Abzal Saparbekuly said that the fraternal countries have friendly relations; he thanked all those who promote Kazakh folk art in Turkey.
FATIKH KARAOGLU, ANKARA RESIDENT:
- We really liked the concert, it cheered us up. The language and culture of the Kazakh people are very close to us, that's why we understood the meaning of the songs, and we liked the dances too.
AITEN KARAOGLU, ANKARA RESIDENT:
- We hope that such events will be held in the future. They strengthen our cultural ties. I would like to thank those people who organized this event.