Exhibition of Turkic writing takes place in Switzerland

An international exhibition dedicated to Turkic writing took place in Bern, Switzerland, showcasing works of masters of applied arts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan. The exposition featured contemporary artistic interpretations of petroglyphs, inscriptions and tamgas (tribal emblems) carved into stones, offering insights into the cultural heritage and identity of the Turkic peoples. Moreover, visitors had the chance to step into the shoes of ancient craftspeople and create their own symbols or petroglyphs, immersing themselves in the creative process through engaging master classes. The event was organized by the International Turkic Culture and Heritage Foundation and the Kazakh Embassy in Switzerland.

Relations are developing between Kazakhstan and Switzerland. In addition to economic ties, which are very important, tourist and cultural ties have also been established. There is a large potential to develop these ties as well as our friendship.

Since over a decade we have had excellent cooperation with Kazakh tourism, and we are proud of this cooperation between the two countries in the field of tourism. Also, we look forward to many more years of partnership and projects together.