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Azeri vekilden ´Türkçe ortak dil olsun´ önerisi
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1.       tunci
7149 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 01:54 pm

  

Azeri vekilden ´Türkçe ortak dil olsun´ önerisi

Azerbaycan Milli Meclisi milletvekili Nizamiy Cafarov, Türkçe´nin Türk dilli konuşan ülkelerde ´ortak dil´ olması teklifinde bulundu.

Nizamiy Cafarov Türk devletleri için Türkiye Türkçesi´nin ortak dil olarak kullanılmasının çok ideal seçenek olduğunu ifade etti. Azeri milletvekili, Türk dünyasındaki Türkçe eğitim yapan lise ve diğer eğitim kurumlarının bu alanda önemli bir temel teşkil ettiğini dile getirdi.

Türkçe´nin 1990 itibariyle bölgede eğitim vermeye başlayan Türk liseleri sayesinde daha da yaygınlaştığını dile getiren vekil Cabarov, var olan bu temel sayesinde Türkçe´nin ortak dil olarak kullanılmasının ciddi bir sorun teşkil etmeyeceğini aktardı.

(CİHAN)

2.       tunci
7149 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 02:00 pm

 

Turkish may become the common language of the Turkic world

Turkish can be accepted as a common language of the Turkic

world, ," the chairman of the committee on culture of Milli Majlis of Azerbaijan,

Nizami Jafarov, said today at the conference "Cultural integration of the

Turkic world: common Turkic alphabet and language", reports Trend.

"The Turkish language already has the function of a common language - more

than 100 million people speak Turkish," said Jafarov.

He said the existence of a Turkic language does not imply

that any of the  Turkic-speaking people would lose the wealth of their

own language. "This is a common means of communication to the Turkic

peoples to interact with each other not using any other foreign but

the Turkic language," said Jafarov. According to him, the issue of

Turkic language for many years was discussed at the Congress of Turkic

peoples.

"The unity of the Turkic world is created not for any military

cooperation, not against someone, but in order to promote peace in the

region"  said Turkish Ambassador to Azerbaijan Hulusi Kilic.  Creating

a common language and alphabet of the Turkic peoples has long been a

historical necessity, said at the event the Deputy Sevinj Huseynova

 

Source ; Vestnik Kavkaza News.

 



Edited (11/22/2011) by tunci

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3.       MarioninTurkey
6124 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 04:00 pm

Azerbaijanis may agree, their language is VERY close to Turkish anyway (just look at the titles: Milli Majlis in Azeri: Milli is the same in Turkish, Majlis is Meclis in Turkish)

But I doubt that ministers from Central Asian countries that have more of a Farsi root to their language (e.g. Tajikstan or Afghanistan) would agree.

 

What do TC classmates from those countries think?

4.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:15 pm

 

Quoting MarioninTurkey

Azerbaijanis may agree, their language is VERY close to Turkish anyway (just look at the titles: Milli Majlis in Azeri: Milli is the same in Turkish, Majlis is Meclis in Turkish)

But I doubt that ministers from Central Asian countries that have more of a Farsi root to their language (e.g. Tajikstan or Afghanistan) would agree.

 

What do TC classmates from those countries think?

 

Marionin it is written "the common language of the Turkic world"  and Tajikistan and Afghanistan are not Turkic countries. So no problem

 

5.       tunci
7149 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:26 pm

 

Quoting Umut_Umut

 

 

Marionin it is written "the common language of the Turkic world"  and Tajikistan and Afghanistan are not Turkic countries. So no problem

 

 

 The 40 percent of Tajikistan population is Tajik Turks which is 3.500.000 people. The rest is majorly Persian origin.

6.       MarioninTurkey
6124 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:28 pm

This is the flags from their website (WATP). 

You are right, Umut_Umut, the Tajik and Afghan flags are not there ... I had interpreted Turkic World as meaning Central Asia.

 

Some interesting flags here ... who can name them all?

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7.       MarioninTurkey
6124 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:34 pm

 

Quoting MarioninTurkey

 

Some interesting flags here ... who can name them all?

 

I´ll start ... Bottom left is Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Above that is Turkey. To the right of Turkey is Azerbaijan.

 

Who´s next ...

8.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:38 pm

 

Quoting MarioninTurkey

 

 

I´ll start ... Bottom left is Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Above that is Turkey. To the right of Turkey is Azerbaijan.

 

Who´s next ...

 

If we could tag them it would be easier hehe

 

 

 

9.       tunci
7149 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:40 pm

 

   KAZAKİSTAN

10.       tunci
7149 posts
 22 Nov 2011 Tue 08:43 pm

 

     TÜRKMENİSTAN

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