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Some countries contacting the Turkic Council for membership status; Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Mongolia, South Korea, Iran, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Malta and Qatar. Apart from that, Japan, Malaysia and Bangladesh requested partnerships with the Council.

Unlikely to be true, because the Council is mean't to represent an EU like relationship, not an economic union.

Wow so many wanna join.. I can understand South Korea eventually getting added due to being distant relative to the turks since they belong to the altaic family... This is EU like union as you mentioned so it is hard to imagine others being added
 
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Wow so many wanna join.. I can understand South Korea eventually getting added due to being distant relative to the turks since they belong to the altaic family... This is EU like union as you mentioned so it is hard to imagine others being added

Altaic is discredited.

I wonder how much related South Korea and Japan is to the Turkic peoples.

You can see relations with Turkic, Mongolic and Tungusic peoples as they lived together and fought together for centuries but its hard to find any link with Koreans and Japanese being included.
 

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Pakistan joined the Baku Declaration this is big news but is getting hardly any headlines.. The Azeri diplomacy is second to none they have completely checkmated Armenia in so many levels not only on the frontline but in the diplomacy department.. Armenia will just cut it's losses short from here on out.. the Azeris have become like climbing 100 times mount everst just not worth the hassle to ever attempt another go just not worth the trouble
 
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The Turkish Council met the Ministers of the economy in Baku


Turkish Speaking Countries Cooperation Council (Turkish Council), the Economic Affairs Ministers Meeting held in Baku on 10 "Various Economic Zone Between Knowledge and Experience Sharing on the Memorandum of Understanding" was signed.

Azerbaijan Economy Minister Mikail Cabbarova and the Turkish Council of Secretary General of Baghdad Amreyec A meeting hosted by Kyrgyzstan Ministers Deputy Chairman, Economy and Finance Minister Akıbek Caparov, Kazakhstan Commerce and Integration Minister Bakit Sultanov, Uzbekistan Investment and Foreign Trade Deputy Minister Aziz Voitov and Hungarian Foreign Affairs and Trade Ministry State Secretary Peter joined Sztaray. Turkey was represented at the meeting, Trade Minister Mehmet Mus.

At the meeting, the Turkish Investment Fund "Feasibility Study" and "Enterprise Agreement", Turkish Chamber of Commerce (TCC) The legal status and other activities, the Turkish Council in addition to mechanisms and member states for greater liberalization of the region in trade and investment regime of the Turkish Commercial Evian such as establishing the agenda items were discussed.

It took the work on trade facilitation at the meeting also discussed the completion of the document, in the preparation of e-commerce protocol with the free trade agreement in services and investment was made in the area of exchange of ideas.

Ministers also Hungary (Budapest) and Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek) assessment found about the organization of the Business and Investment Forum held in future periods planned.

ministers after the meeting, various Economic Zone signed a Memorandum of Understanding Between Knowledge and Experience Related to Shares.

Turkey vows to boost trade ties with Azerbaijan​

Turkey's trade minister on Friday pledged to further develop business relations between Turkey and Azerbaijan.

“Trade relations between Turkey and Azerbaijan are very good. We want to develop this further,” Mehmet Mus, who is in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku to attend Turkic Council's 10th meeting of ministers in charge of the economy, told reporters.

Noting that Turkey has a strong manufacturing capacity, Mus said: “The economies of Azerbaijan and Turkey are not rivals, but complementary to each other.”

"Although the current trade ties are 'good,' they are 'not enough.' We will strive to increase this,” he added.

The Turkic Council was established in 2009 as an intergovernmental organization with an overarching aim of promoting comprehensive cooperation among Turkic-speaking states.

It consists of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, and Uzbekistan as member countries and Hungary as an observer state.
 

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Uzbekistan allows Islam to be practiced freely hopefully this opening would lead to Uzbeks not becoming victims of radicalism.

We know how wahabis use the oppression of Muslims to spread their radical thoughts.

The opening up would drive a wedge into radicals which means they wont able to recruit as they used to.

Plus I see a lot of similarties with the Islam practiced by Turks of Turkey and the Central Asian Turks.
 

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Uzbekistan allows Islam to be practiced freely hopefully this opening would lead to Uzbeks not becoming victims of radicalism.

We know how wahabis use the oppression of Muslims to spread their radical thoughts.

The opening up would drive a wedge into radicals which means they wont able to recruit as they used to.

Plus I see a lot of similarties with the Islam practiced by Turks of Turkey and the Central Asian Turks.

Imam Maturudi is our common sect in creed. It might be from him.
 

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Turkistan, the spiritual capital of the Turkish world, is the 10th city of TURKPA. Will host the General Assembly Meeting

Kazakhstan Parliament Speaker Nurlan Nigmatulin accepted TURKPA Secretary General Altinbek Mamayusupov.

The meeting will mark the 10th anniversary of TURKPA in Turkistan, Kazakhstan on September 27-28. The topic of preparation for the General Assembly meeting was discussed.

Within the scope of the meeting, which will be attended by the parliamentary speakers of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey and invited by Uzbekistan, türkpa's 10-year activity will be evaluated and new targets will be set to improve cooperation in the field of assembly.

Turkpa, founded on the initiative of Kazakhstan's Founding President Nursultan Nazarbayev, has full membership in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey, while Hungary is an observer.
 

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I hope they don't take pakistan to the turkic council

They can be an observer to be honest.

Hungary whatsoever has no Turkic roots.

They are western, european, catholic not one has visible Asian genes neither do they have Central Asian traditions. Also the annual kurultai does not count.
 

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If the Council aims to be anything like the European Union e.g. freedom of movement, single market. Then one has to consider the consequences of inviting certain countries. Perhaps citizens of Turkey wouldn't mind Azeris/Kazakhs/Uzbeks etc to live and work freely in Turkey but with other countries this may not be the case. (Potential conflict e.g. "taking jobs" or the issue of the state not looking after its "true citizens"........)
 
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