On April 23, 1920, the Grand National Assembly of Turkey on the opening of our ancestors came from our most meaningful gift that can be given to our children. Nice blessed holidays.
23 April 1920 is the date when the First Grand National Assembly, representing the will of the Turkish nation, was opened and proclaimed the sovereignty of the Turkish people.
Atatürk decided on 23 April 1924 to celebrate ’23rd April’ as a holiday. Five years later, April 23, 1929, Ataturk presented this feast to children and celebrated for the first time on April 23, 1929 as Children’s Day. In 1979, this national holiday, which we carried to the international dimension with the participation of the six countries in the first place, also attended the children of foreign countries which come from the country on average forty years and are guests of Turkish children.
Eid gifts to children who festivals in the world and this is the first and only country in the whole world, sharing with Turkey.
April 23 National Sovereignty and Children’s Day, which occupies the most important place in the hearts of the Turkish people as the unshakable expression of its independence, is celebrated every year in our offices and abroad, in all our institutions, in our schools and in every house with various activities to represent the clamped expression of our national unity. In the mind of the great leader Atatürk, children are the future of the nation.
He presented the children of our national holiday, April 23rd, to the children, as the unshakable confidence and the love of great love they heard. April 23rd is important for the new generation of our history’s pages to learn and the new Republican presidents to entrust the continuation of the Turkish State with this consciousness. Celebrate your nationality and all children.
“The whole world must know that there is no force at the head of this state and this nation, there is no authority. There is a force alone. It is also national sovereignty. There is only one authority. It is the heart, conscience and presence of the nation. “Kemal Atatürk