The Executive Board of UNESCO, at its 216th session, approved proposals from Member States regarding anniversaries in which UNESCO could take part in events in 2024-2025. Following the discussion, the Executive Board decided and recommended to the General Conference to authorize UNESCO to take part in the celebration of 46 anniversaries. Among them, the proposal submitted by Turkmenistan with the support of Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkiye, Uzbekistan and Ukraine on the "300th anniversary of the birth of the poet Magtymguly Fragi."
This list also contains the following proposals that Turkmenistan proposed jointly with other countries and supported:
It is also worth recalling that on May 24, 2023, UNESCO included the Collection of manuscripts of Magtymguly Fragi, presented by Turkmenistan, in the International Memory of the World Register.
In 2024, Turkmenistan will widely celebrate the 300th anniversary of the birth of the great philosopher and poet Magtymguly. In addition to the large-scale cultural events, there will be grand opening of the majestic monument being erected in the foothills of the Kopetdag in honor of Magtymguly Fragi, which will become another symbol of deep reverence by current generations for the richest creative heritage of the great Turkmen poet and thinker.
07 December 2023
A scientific and cultural conference dedicated to Magtymguly Fragi was held in India
07 December 2023
A sporting event was held in Ankara in honor of the International Day of Neutrality
04 December 2023
An international scientific conference dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the birth of Magtymguly Fragi was held in Bishkek
02 December 2023
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