The event programme will include speeches by experts in the field of Oriental culture and history, as well as recitation by young people of Noman Çelebicihan’s poetry translated in Ukrainian.
It is expected that ‘Alim’ film about a heroic struggle of Crimean Tatars against rich people despotism will be shown at the end of the event.
Noman Çelebicihan was the first President of the Crimean People's Republic and the first Mufti of Muslims of Crimea, Lithuania, Poland and Belarus. He is also known for having written the poem ‘Ant etkenmen’, which became the Crimean Tatar national anthem.
The event will take place on February 23 at 4:00 p.m. at the address: 11, B. Khmelnitsky St., Kyiv.
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