Yunus Emre Institute conduct its activities with the aim of increasing the number of people who forge bonds with, and are friendly to, Turkey all around the world, and at the same time, undertake projects taking into consideration the cultural heritage and sensitivities of the specific countries in which its branches operate in addition to the cultural, artistic and scientific work belonging to Turkey.
Yet another three-year training course on "çifteli," the traditional Albanian musical instrument, held in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, has been completed. At the beginner and advanced level training courses, given by Kosovo's leading çifteli virtuoso Fatmir Makolli at Yunus Emre Institute's Pristina Branch, 13 trainees received training.
A certificate ceremony was organized at the Institute for the young graduates on December 20, 2019. At the ceremony, the trainees showcased their talents and received their certificates from Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Pristina Çağrı Sakar.