Culture and Tourism Deputy Minister Ömer Arısoy, who was in Belgrade on the occasion of the Meeting of the Ministers in charge of Culture of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Member States, paid a visit to Yunus Emre Institute's Belgrade branch on November 26.
During the visit, Deputy Minister Arısoy was taken to the library and the Turkish room and he also attended the ongoing Turkish language course to chat with the trainees. Expressing his satisfaction over the heightened interest of the trainees in the Turkish language and Turkish culture, Arısoy pointed out that Yunus Emre Institute not only assumes an important mission in promoting cultural, artistic and literary aspects of Turkey, but also serves as a major institution that contributes to the proliferation of the Turkish language with its Turkish language courses all around the world. Arısoy underlined that it was quite pleasing to hear that Yunus Emre Institute's Belgrade branch was in direct contact with the Culture and Education ministries of Serbia to develop joint action plans. He said that they will support such joint activities to the highest extent possible.
Following the serving of refreshments, Deputy Minister Arısoy signed the Book of Honor.