Scientists from Mingachevir State University In the “I Black Sea Social Sciences Symposium” in Tbilisi

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Scientists from Mingachevir State University
In the “I Black Sea Social Sciences Symposium” in Tbilisi

An event titled “I Black Sea Social Sciences Symposium” was held in the Georgian capital. The organizer of the scientific symposium, professor of Erdahan University in Turkey, folklorist Erdoğan Altınkaynak made an opening speech and made an opening speech.

The symposium was attended by the Vice-Rector of TUIT in Tbilisi, Giorgi Tsgvediani, Ph.D., Mingachevir State University, docent Namaz Manafov, prof. Rami Dovlatov, Professor of the Ukrainian University Mahmut Kamaloglu, A. Tsereteli. State University Rector’s Assistant Shalva Kirkadze, Rector of Sukhumi State University prof. Zurab Xonelidze, Associate Professor of the Folklore Institute of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences Sonmez Abbasli and other academics made speeches on different topics in the sections.

118 scientists from Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Canada, Kosovo, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and other countries, including 10 academicians from Azerbaijan, 6 of them from Mingachevir State University, 2 from ANAS Institute of Folklore and Literature And 2 of them from the Azerbaijan Technical University participated in the conference, with their remarks on various articles about social sciences. Speaking at the event, academics answered the questions.

The spoken language of the symposium was Turkish, Azerbaijani, English, Georgian and Russian.

The event was attended by scientists from various countries around the world, including Anthropology, Archeology, Oriental Languages ​​and Literature, Geography, Contemporary Turkish Dialects and Literature, economics, philosophy, finance, newspapers and media, law, music, psychology, politics, social services, cinema, history, tourism. and other scientific knowledge have been discussed and approved for publication in the Black Sea magazine.

The two-day event ended on January 26, and the reporters were given a “Thanksgiving affair”.

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