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KUBANYCHBEK OMURALIEV

Turkic unity in action: Unveiling a decade of achievements​



Astana recently hosted the historic 10th Anniversary Summit of the Organization of Turkic States (OTS), marking a significant chapter in the Turkic World’s journey. Beyond a routine diplomatic gathering, this summit was a powerful convergence of minds, solidifying shared values and sketching out a visionary blueprint for the future.

The summit’s resonance was not confined to the Turkic nations; it echoed globally, with international partners keenly observing the proceedings. The Heads of State showcased a profound understanding of the challenges and opportunities, laying the groundwork for impactful decisions.

At the heart of the Summit was the theme “TURKTIME,” a message from the Turkic Leaders to future generations, symbolizing unity, cooperation, and a collective resolve to propel the Turkic World towards prosperity and development. Under the theme “TURKTIME, Traditions, Unification, Reforms, Knowledge, Trust, Investments, Mediation, and Energy” served as the guiding principles, encapsulating the essence of the Summit. These pillars underscored a commitment to upholding “Traditions,” fostering “Unification,” driving “Reforms,” promoting “Knowledge” exchange, building “Trust,” encouraging “Investments,” engaging in “Mediation” for conflict resolution, and intensifying cooperation among Turkic States on “Energy” issues. This comprehensive roadmap, guided by the “TURKTIME” motto, sets the stage for a transformative era, emphasizing unity, cooperation, and sustainable development for the OTS.

The chairpersonship of Uzbekistan was lauded for its successful term, expanding the cooperation span to 30 areas and a strong ground for the next chair. The Summit delved into political, economic, and regional challenges, emphasizing joint security measures, environmental sustainability, and addressing global issues.
Economic cooperation took center stage, featuring initiatives like the Turkic Investment Fund and the TURANSEZ special economic zone, aiming to strengthen economic ties among Turkic States. Astana was designated as the 2024 Turkic World Financial Center, followed by Istanbul in 2025.

The leaders conferred observer status upon the ECO, underscoring the OTS’s esteemed international standing.
At the summit, a pivotal moment unfolded as the “Supreme Order of the Turkic World” was bestowed upon H.E.Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the president of Uzbekistan. This recognition hailed his excellency’s noteworthy efforts in fortifying Turkic unity. Despite Uzbekistan’s recent joining in the organization in 2019, the country has played a crucial role in enhancing the synergy and cooperative spirit both among the member states and within the organization, thereby propelling the collective efforts towards further development.


The summit conveyed deep concern at the deterioration of the situation in Gaza, condemning all attacks targeting civilians. It underscored the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire while emphasizing the paramount importance of pursuing a two-state solution in Palestine. The just cause of Azerbaijan in restoring its sovereignty and territorial integrity found renewed affirmation, and the leaders celebrated Türkiye’s 100th anniversary with pride.

A momentous decision emerged with the declaration of Feb. 6 as the “Day of Remembrance of Disaster Victims and Solidarity,” honoring the unity shown by the Turkic world after the earthquake in Türkiye.
The final Astana Declaration, a comprehensive 156-point agenda, stands as a substantial demonstration of collective will, emphasizing the unity and solidarity of the Turkic world across political, economic, cultural, and humanitarian spheres.

These outcomes align with the OTS’s objectives, fostering closer ties, promoting economic growth, and addressing common challenges through joint action and cooperation. The decisions create a positive ripple effect, contributing to a more interconnected and harmonious Turkic world.

Looking at the future, the OTS, guided by the 2040 Vision and Strategy for 2022-26, sets specific objectives for economic integration, cultural exchange, and diplomatic engagement. The Astana Summit serves as a roadmap, projecting the common aspirations of Turkic nations onto the global stage.

In conclusion, the 10th summit in Astana is a pivotal milestone, declaring a commitment to shared prosperity and recognizing the crucial role unity plays in addressing global challenges. As the Turkic world steps into a new era, the spirit of cooperation and determination emanating from Astana is poised to shape the course of the future, with the Kazakhstan’s chairpersonship anticipated to be a transformative chapter propelling the OTS towards greater cohesion and progress.

*Kubanychbek Omuraliev is Secretary-general of the Organization of Turkic States.

 

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What does actual Turkic Alphabet look like?
 
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What does actual Turkic Alphabet looks like?

This is the modern Turkish Alphabet

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If you like to know about the ancient Turkic Alphabet, I’m not a good source I’m afraid but I believe there are some members here who seems to have more knowledge. I think @Asena_great might be more helpful.
 

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In Baku on March 4, the Milli Majlis (Parliaent) will host the 11th meeting of the TURKPA Commission on Legal Issues and International Relations.

According to AZERTAC, the meeting will discuss the adoption of the Model Law “On the Protection of Personal Data”, the preparation of the Model Law “On simplification of the issuance of residence permits in the TURKPA member states”, as well as “Ombudsman institutions in the TURKPA member states”. .
 
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Happy 984th anniversary of the Battle of Dandanakan, the actual foundation of our Turkiye!** The greatest common history of Turkey-Azerbaijan-Turkmenistan is the Seljuks. When we reach 2040, we hope to see that we have reached beyond “2 states and 1 nation” and to witness the concrete unity of Oghuz Turkism...


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**(which mean Turkish homeland with their state order)


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I know that we have members from other Turkic peoples and please do not misinterpret what I am about to say: It is not possible to talk about Turan without the establishment of Oghuzes. Apart from establishing some of the most glorious state orders among the Turkic peoples, the Oghuz Turks have built great civilizations that encompassed other peoples, led the world politics in certain periods, fought with the united western armies as the protector and patron of all oppressed peoples in certain periods, universalized from cultural fields to military technology, and brought the Turkish state tradition to very different points. There is a legacy of this historical accumulation, waiting to be revived the day the Oghuz rise up. Not for leadership within Turkism, but to challenge all obstacles.

In the post-Seljuk period, Oghuzes were divided into 3 branches rather than being in a political unity, but today, Oghuzes are the main key that will pave the way for the unification of the Turkic world as a unity of language and culture, historical geographical integrity, population majority and economic-military-political power.
 
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Ziya Gökalp : homland for turks are nither turkey nor turkistan but the Great Turan
according to Ziya Gökalp first the turkish republic need to be created then the oghuz Turks need to be united which will create 110-120 million turk super state then after this new nation created oghuz turks should make move to create Turan

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