Days of Culture of Turkmenistan in Romania, which took place in the city of Constanta, ended on May 25, demonstrating the richest Turkmen culture, original world and unique folk flavor to the Romanian public.
As part of the cultural action, a number of events were held in the Romanian city - an exhibition, a concert, a screening of a film by the “Turkmenfilm” film studio, meetings with representatives of scientific and educational circles, and much more.
The decoration of the exposition was the ancient national clothes of the Turkmens, household items, original samples of arts and crafts. Musical instruments and amazing in variety and beauty skillful works of Turkmen jewelers aroused great interest. The exhibition also featured books and collections of poems by Magtymguly Fragi, popular science literature dedicated to the history and unique nature of Turkmenistan and its tourist wealth.
Days of Culture in Constanta ended with a creative holiday with the participation of popular Turkmen performers, folk musicians, opera and pop singers, as well as the “Dokmachilar” folklore and ethnographic dance group.
The afterword to the cultural events held in Romania was the Program of Cooperation in Education between the Ministries of Education of Turkmenistan and Romania signed in Ashgabat.
The signing took place on May 26 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan. From the Turkmen side, Minister of Education of Turkmenistan Gurbangul Atayeva put her signature on the document, from the Romanian side - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to Ashgabat Ion Naval.