A "Yunus Emre Cultural Center" went into service on Monday with a ceremony in Skopje.
The new "Yunus Emre Cultural Center" was opened with the contributions of the Yunus Emre Institute. "Yunus Emre Cultural Center" works to promote Turkish language, culture, art and history.
The center in Skopje will initially organize Turkish lessons for the citizens of Macedonia. It will also host various cultural activities.
The "Yunus Emre Cultural Center" in Skopje was opened with the contributions of Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Turkish Ministry of National Education and Turkish Ministry of Finance.
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