Turkish Culture Ministry to be set for 'whatever needs to be done' in Karabakh
(MENAFN) Turkish culture and tourism minister declared his organization is "ready for whatever needs to be done" in Karabakh, which was lately released from Armenia's from 3 decades’ conquest.
Mehmet Nuri Ersoy announced during a session in Azerbaijani capital Baku "We are always ready ... to put stone upon stone, whatever is expected from us,” adding “It was like this before, and it will continue to be so."
Ersoy as well said the Turkic world has a rich culture and noted that a mutual culture and history are the pledge of the future.
Ersoy highlighted that the future will be stronger as long as the culture is, while underlining that culture is the most significant thing which have to be handed to next generations.
He added that the freedom of Azerbaijani territories from the conquest of Armenia had been welcomed with "great happiness" in the whole Turkic world nonetheless news regarding the damaging of the cultural heritage "broke the hearts of everyone who cares about civilization."
He went on to affirm "Everything about civilization was burned and destroyed. In a way, culture was avenged. You cannot actually change the history by damaging the buildings and damaging the cultural assets of a country. History is not a phenomenon that can be easily forgotten."
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