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    Istanbul, September 21 The “Belt and Road” China-Turkmenistan Language and Cultural Exchange Academic Seminar was held in the form of video on the 20th. Experts and scholars in the fields of education, culture, economy and trade from China and Turkey participating in the meeting shared their experience on further strengthening cooperation and promoting exchanges.

    The theme of this seminar is to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Confucius Institute at Yedite University in Turkey. It is hosted by Nankai University, Yedite University and Tianjin People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries. Wang Lei, vice president of Nankai University, said in his speech that this seminar focused on important topics such as language, culture, and economic and trade cooperation between China and Turkey under the framework of the “Belt and Road” initiative, which will help the two countries in the fields of talent training, cultural exchanges, and economic and trade exchanges. Collaborate to share experiences and provide new ideas.

    Fatima, Vice President of Yedi Special University, said in her speech that this seminar will help strengthen our determination to strengthen cooperation and hope to use the Confucius Institute as a platform to carry out more and enhance the mutual relationship between the two peoples. Learn about activities.

    Li Qin, Minister Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Turkey, said that since the establishment of the Confucius Institute at Yedi Special University, it has played an active role in promoting inter-school cooperation, promoting Chinese language education and facilitating cultural exchanges.

    Wu Jian, Acting Consul General of the Chinese Consulate General in Istanbul, said in his concluding remarks that the Confucius Institute at Yedi Dispatch University is a window for promoting and disseminating the excellent Chinese culture, as well as deepening the exchanges and friendship between the people of China and Turkey. bridge.

    Zhang Huijing, Chinese Director of the Confucius Institute at Yedi Special University, introduced that the Confucius Institute has been working hard to integrate into the local area since its establishment five years ago, offering a series of unique Chinese courses and holding many high-quality cultural activities. Nankai University and Yedi Special University have carried out a series of substantive cooperation with the Confucius Institute as a platform, which has made positive contributions to the promotion of educational and cultural exchanges between the two countries.

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