Azerbaijan represented at the 15th RefuFest intercultural festival in the Czech capital, Prague, APA reports.
Azerbaijani culture and cuisine were promoted at the initiative of Khadija Aliyeva, a volunteer at the International Friends of Nature in Prague, with the financial support of the Azerbaijani Embassy in the Czech Republic and the organization of members of the Azerbaijani community in this country.
Visiting the Azerbaijani corner of the festival, Ambassador of our country to the Czech Republic Adish Mammadov spoke about the importance of such festivals in terms of promoting the culture of nations.
He expressed satisfaction with the high level of organization of the Azerbaijani corner at the festival, which was attended by many countries.
The ambassador praised the active participation of young people in promoting the country and thanked them.
Publications and souvenirs in English and Czech about the history, culture, tourism potential and cuisine of our country displayed in the corner attracted great interest of visitors.
The guests expressed their satisfaction with the taste of baklava, shakarbura, dolma, dovga, Karabakh cake and Azerbaijani wines prepared by Azerbaijani women.
Azerbaijani youth also sang the folk song "Sari gelin" at the festival.
Azerbaijani youth in national costumes gave detailed information about Azerbaijani culture and national cuisine in English, Russian and Czech to the guests approaching the corner.
The Azerbaijani corner was remembered as one of the most interesting and interesting corners of the festival.
Note that along with Azerbaijan, the festival showcased culinary samples of Belarus, Curacao, Chechnya, Ecuador, Guatemala, Italy, Colombia, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, Germany, Pakistan, Palestine, Slovakia, Syria, Armenia, Tatarstan, Ukraine and Vietnam. The cultures and traditions of the countries were widely promoted at the seminars.