Young Explorers Train in Serbia: 118 people male group of students from Turkey, found the opportunity to explore major historical and tourist sites in Serbia's capital Belgrade.
118 students participating in the "Young Explorers Train Project" carried out by the Ministry of Youth and Sports had the opportunity to explore important historical and touristic places in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
Procession was greeted by the Belgrade authorities in Turkey to Belgrade Büyükelçig Station.
Turkey's Gul Belgrade Embassy Undersecretary Vedat, buarada said in a statement, said the aim of the project is to improve relations between the countries. Explaining that the project is a practice made traditional by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Gül said, "It is an activity that will improve relations between the two countries and enable our youth to get to know the Balkans better."
Ali İlksen Demirözer, one of the students who participated in the trip, stated that they had the opportunity to get to know the Balkans better because of the project, “We followed the Ottoman traces from north to south and from east to west in most lands in the Balkans. We have observed that the traditions and customs still continue in the regions where our nation is ruling ”.
Mustafa Yerlitaş, one of the students, drew attention to the fact that the program organized was a versatile trip. Noting that he was very curious about the Balkans while applying for the project, Yerlitaş said, “I saw these places as a part of us. "This trip was very important to me in that sense."
The group touring Belgrade all day long, the historical prayer of the Friday prayer. Bayraklı He made it in the mosque.
The train will leave Serbia and depart for Macedonia this evening.