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REZUMAT: The journal Studia et Documenta Turcologica is the first specialty publication in the field to appear in Romania. The Institute of Turkology and Central-Asian Studies was inaugurated on 30 October 2009 within Babeş-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca. The goal of this Institute is to bring closer the Turkic world through knowledge, with a view to consolidating and developing the relations between Romania and the states and communities that form this wide and complex world. At the same time, the Institute aims at contributing to the extension and thorough¬ness of the research done in the field of Turkic studies. Studia et Documenta Turcologica appears annually, as a scientific publication of the Institute of Turkology and Central-Asian Studies. On its pages, there will be published with precedence the results of meticulous scientific research, based on inedited sources or which brings forward to the scientific circuit of Turkic studies unknown documentary sources. In our opinion, Turkology represents everything pertaining to the Turkic world, namely the independent states: Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, the turcophone autonomous republics and regions, as well as the larger or smaller similar communities within many other countries. The Turkic world consists today of almost 200 million people who speak similar languages and dialects and report themselves to common or analogous cultural and historical traditions.
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