Nazim Hikmet Commemorated on His Death Anniversary

Nazim Hikmet's Death Commemorated on the Anniversary
Nazim Hikmet Commemorated on His Death Anniversary

Nazım Hikmet was commemorated in front of his statue in Kültürpark on the 59th anniversary of his death. Saying that Nazım was a great poet who devoted his life to his country, President Soyer said, "Nâzım Hikmet has been the voice of peace and justice all over the world."

Poet Nazım Hikmet was commemorated on the 59th death anniversary of his death with a program organized by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor to the commemoration program in front of the Nazım Hikmet Statue in Kültürpark Tunç Soyer, 21st Term İzmir Deputy and former Minister of Culture Suat Çağlayan, 68's Union President Okan Yüksel, Revolutionary 78's Association President Ayhan Tural, İzmir Journalists' Association President Dilek Gappi, İzmir City Council President Adnan Akyarlı, Atatürk researcher Hanri Benazus and poet's Many fans attended.

The works he left turned into the love of the society.

President speaking at the commemoration program Tunç SoyerHe stated that Nazım Hikmet is a great poet who tells the story of his hometown, life and the people of this land. Emphasizing that Nazım Hikmet was convicted for being a voice against injustices and defending peace and justice, President Soyer said, “He was subjected to death threats. And unfortunately, he lost his life in exile due to the longing for his hometown that he fought for. However, the works he left behind turned into a society's love.

Nazim Hikmet wrote us

Expressing that Nazım Hikmet fights for what he believes, President Soyer said:
“Nâzım wrote about the fight. He wrote the incarceration. Because he spent 13 years of his life in prison. He wrote love. Because he was in love with life. He told nature. Because he was a terrific natural literate person. He wrote the exile. Because until the day he died, he was burning with longing for his country. Most importantly, Nazım Hikmet wrote us.”

Nazim became the voice of peace and justice in the world

Expressing that Nazım Hikmet is in love with the people of this land, the President Tunç Soyer“Nâzım wrote his works, which have been translated into dozens of different languages ​​and made his reputation all over the world, with an unwavering passion for the country. Despite 59 years after his death, Nazım Hikmet's love, fight and passion for life continue to live on. Because he lived with great seriousness. Because as a great poet who devoted his life for his country, Nazım became the voice of peace and justice all over the world.”

In his speech, Chairman Soyer recited lines from Nazım Hikmet's poem “Where Do We Come From and Where Are We Going”.

Former Minister of Culture Suat Çağlayan, President of the 68's Union Okan Yüksel, Revolutionary 78's Association President Ayhan Tural, İzmir Journalists' Association President Dilek Gappi, İzmir City Council President Adnan Akyarlı and Atatürk Researcher Hanri Benazus also included the famous poet, the works he brought to Turkish literature and the works he brought to Turkish literature. He commemorated by reading passages from poems.

After the speeches, Okan Yüksel, President of the 68's Union, who attended the event, presented a plaque of appreciation to President Soyer.

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