The longed-for image emerged at the 29 January Youth Workshop
At the event, the President of the Western Thrace Minority Graduates Association, Dr. Hüseyin Baltacı, the Editor-in-Chief of Millet Newspaper and the President of the Çınar Association Cengiz Ömer, and Mustafa Trampa, Mufti of Xanthi, took place as speakers.
In the speeches made, the events of January 29 from yesterday to the present, the traces they left on our community and the importance of the spirit of unity and solidarity were mentioned.
In his speech, Hüseyin Baltacı, President of the Western Thrace Minority Graduates Association, underlined that there are differences between the pressures made in the past and the pressures made today, but the pressures still continue.
Cengiz Ömer, the Editor-in-Chief of Millet Newspaper and the President of the Çınar Association, summarized in his speech how it has come from January 29 to the present, and emphasized that the Western Thrace Turks continue their struggle for existence with the same dynamism as they did in the past, and that the biggest proof of this is the youth that exists here today.
Mustafa Trampa, Mufti of Xanthi, also took the floor under the enthusiasm of the youth. Mufti Trampa emphasized the importance of acting in unity and solidarity in his speech. Stating that this spirit of unity and solidarity lay in the spirit of the struggle in the past, Müftü Trampa emphasized that our struggle for existence will gain more meaning as long as this atmosphere of unity is preserved and maintained.
The Mufti of Xanthi Mustafa Trampa stated that he attaches great importance to the youth within the framework of the mufti's activities and stated that the work for the youth will increase in the future and that they are always open to suggestions from the youth.
Western Thrace Turkish Youth showed great interest in the event. After the speeches, different photographs of the events of January 29 were distributed to the young people and they were asked to write their feelings on the back of the photographs. Some young people were invited to the microphone and expressed their feelings about the photo given to them. The Turkish youth of Western Thrace once again proved that they are standing with their messages.
After the event, the Mufti of Xanthi Mustafa Trampa made a statement to the members of the press, stressing the importance of this feeling they are experiencing with the youth today and thanking everyone who contributed.