Turkic Council, in accordance with adopted operational principles, aims to transfer existing bilateral cooperation in various areas between the member states into multilateral cooperation. In this regard, existing or potential cooperation barriers are identified, afterwards actions are taken in order to eliminate or prevent them, then necessary steps on development of cooperation are made and new areas of cooperation are opened. In this connection, working groups consisting of experts of member states on all cooperation areas of Turkic Council are formed. Decisions taken by these groups are reflected as a separate document and are followed carefully. The whole work is done single-handedly and duplication is avoided.
The activities of the Turkic Council cover a wide range of cooperation between member states and according to the Nakhchivan Agreement, political coopeation is among the main goals and objectives of the organization.
Common culture, language and history of the Turkic Speaking States are the main pillars that underpin the cooperation under Turkic Council, making this regional cooperation unique in comparison to others. It was symbolic that the Second Summit of the Turkic Council was held under the theme of “Educational, Scientific and Cultural Cooperation”.
Emphasizing the importance of policies in the field of youth and sports and considering their educational, cultural and economic role, the Heads of States dedicated the Sixth Summit of the Turkic Council to the theme of “Youth and National Sports”.
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The "Economic Cooperation" identified as the main theme of the First Summit of the Turkic Council has a priority in the framework of the partnership between our member countries.
Turkic Council has placed a special emphasis on bolstering transport linkages among the Member States across the Trans-Caspian International East West Middle Transport Corridor (Trans-Caspian Corridor).
Considering the role of media and information in international relations and importance of developing cooperation in this field, the Fifth Summit of the Turkic Council was devoted to the “Cooperation in Media and Information Sphere”.