STARYI KRYM (QHA) -

October 5, 2015. The Crimean Tatar entrepreneur was born in the village of Uzhnyi Alamyshik, Jalalkuduk district, Andijan region in Uzbek SSR on May 15, 1960. He graduated from the Andijan music school in 1979, and Kyrgyz Institute of Arts, Frunze city, in 1985.

Biographical details:

In 1989-1990, he acted as the head of the Crimean Tatar national Cultural Center in Staryi Krym town.

In 1990-1992, he occupied the position of director of Agarmysh small business.

In 1992-1997, Ebazer Emiradzhiev held the position of Director General at Emirtash Ukr-Tour JV.

In 1997-1998, he was the deputy of the Supreme Council of Crimea.

Ebazer Emiradzhiev was the Founder and President of the Jan Yurekten charitable foundation (Staryi Krym town), as well as the founder of the Eshref Shemi-zade award designated to develop the Crimean Tatar language.

The key objective of the Jan Yurekten foundation is the preservation and development of the Crimean Tatar language, national education and spiritual values.

The fund was supported by philanthropist Ebazer Emiradzhiev.
 

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