Turkic Council Vaccine Workshop Started in Izmir

Turkic Council Health Science Board Vaccine Workshop, Deputy Minister of Health Prof. Dr. Emine Alp Meşe, Secretary General of the Council Baghdad Amrayev, Abzal Saparbekuli, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Ankara, representatives of member countries and scientists.


Scientists conducting scientific studies in the field of vaccination attend the workshop, which is held on the historical Quarantine Island in Urla and whose theme is "From Laboratory to Vaccine".

Speaking at the opening of the workshop, Deputy Minister Meşe said that the workshop was held to combat the Covid-19 Pandemic and contribute to global health. Emphasizing that there is a lot that can be produced together, Meşe emphasized that the Workshop is an important step towards creating a common working culture among countries with the same historical heritage.

Turkish Secretary General of the Council of Amrayev Baghdad, thanking Turkey due to the host that the importance of cooperation in the health field, he said that once more seen.

In the 3-day workshop, scientists from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and different universities in our country will share their experiences of scientific studies. In addition, studies will be made for informing vaccine trials in Turkey.

On April 28, the Turkic Council health ministers Dr. Fahrettin Koca, and decisions were taken to increase cooperation in the field of health, especially to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Within the scope of these decisions, the Turkic Council Health Coordination Committee was established; The Health Science Board was established within the committee.

It was chaired by Deputy Minister of Health Prof. Dr. The Health Science Committee made by Emine Alp Meşe makes suggestions with scientists for the health problems of the member countries, especially the Covid-19 Pandemic. Member countries share experiences through the Board and work on joint projects in the field of health.



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