On Monday, January 31, a video conference between President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and members of the government and regional leaders was reported to have delivered to the country the original of a UNESCO document on the inclusion of a non-hereditary hereditary and non-hereditary collection on the Representative List.
ORIENT reported in mid-December, such a decision was made at the 16th session of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee. The nomination for inclusion in the list submitted by Turkmenistan has successfully passed the final examination, replenishing the list of cultural heritage of the whole world.
During today's meeting, the Head of State instructed the Deputy Prime Ministers, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rashid Meredov, to hold a series of events, including international ones, to promote dutar music and Bakhshi art as a national and global heritage.
Next in line is the UNESCO List - the traditions of breeding Akhal-Teke horses and Turkmen Alabai, the art of handmade Turkmen embroidery.
Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov instructed Deputy Prime Minister for Science and Education Sapardurda Toylyev to oversee the recent opening of UNESCO chairs at two universities - the Turkmen State University named after Makhtumkulei in Turkmenistan and the Turkmen State University in Ashgabat and Turkmenistan. It is more important to promote and connect the country's Turkmen public schools to the UNESCO Associated Schools Network project.
The Deputy Prime Minister for Culture and Media, Makhridjamal Mammadova, is tasked with organizing events in the capital and in the regions to organize events dedicated to the role of the dutar in Turkmen music.
The parade will open on Tuesday, February 1, at the Ashgabat Mukam Palace, which will host an exhibition and award ceremony for the best masters from all over the country, who deserve recognition for their preservation, succession, and perfection.