Minister of National Education Ziya Selçuk, organized by the world Ethnosport Confederation this year with the slogan "Pilavdan dönenin kaşığı kırılsın(Never give-up)" at Atatürk Airport, Anadolu Agency is the global Communication Partner 4. In his speech at the Ethnosport Cultural Festival, he expressed his excitement to be present at the opening of the festival.
President of the World Ethnosport Confederation Selçuk, who has shown high tenacity in putting forth an international festival thanked Bilal Erdogan, "because what we call value is something we produce by striving. For this reason, it is essential to bring our traditional sports together with art to an international platform in this way, to do work under the name Ethnosport where there is not only a sport but also the shadow of art." was in the form.
Selçuk said that every civilization, every culture is a natural activity to protect itself.:
“Being together in this activity also sets the ground for us to tread. The work of 960 athletes from 17 countries in 12 different branches will grow and expand. Because we are all aware of the importance that these are being done and that they continue to expand in the participating countries."
"It allows us to realize that ethnic and ethnological activities, values and heritage in other countries are World Heritage sites," said Selcuk, who noted that many countries have the opportunity to see their common side through ethnosport. In this sense, I look at Ethnospores from Argentina, Japan, or Azerbaijan, from thousands of kilometers away, as an opportunity for inter-ethnic sports activities to bring together children around the world." was in the form.
He said "We will have the opportunity to see many of our traditional games here. I care that many of the games I encountered in my childhood are witnessed by children today. In that sense, it's not just work, a festival for us, it also provides an opportunity to think about our values and our tradition, our heritage. I wish Ethnosport Cultural Festival to be good to our country and the world."