The street in Ankara, where the Embassy of Ukraine to Turkey is situated, will be named after Ukrainian scientist Ahatanhel Krymsky as Ukraine’s Ambassador to Turkey Andriy Sybiha reported on Facebook.
“We start my last week in Turkey with good news – Ahatanhel Krymsky Street will be in Turkey! We have received a positive answer from the Turkish side to our appeal to rename one of the streets to the Ahatanhel Krymsky Street, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of his birthday this year,” the message says.
Ukraine’s representative in Turkey noted that from now on, the street where the Embassy of Ukraine is situated will be named after the scientist. Some formalities should be accomplished.
Andriy Sybiha added that soon the Ukrainian Park will be opened in downtown Ankara. Currently, it is at the development stage. The local authorities have already made a decision to create it.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to Turkey thanked the Turkish side for the constant support, comprehensive facilitation, and assistance.
“It is particularly pleasing that all these wonderful presents from the Turkish friends, we have received on the eve of the 30th anniversary of Independence of Ukraine,” he added.
Ahatanhel Krymsky is a Ukrainian scientist; one of the founders of the All-Ukrainian Academy of Sciences in 1918.
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