There is an association of Turkic countries called Turkic Council.

Apart from that, are there any proposals from the Turkic countries in Central Asia for becoming a federation?

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  • If you exchanged "federation" with a more radical aim to "unite" all Turks, you would come up with the Grey Wolves.
    – ccprog
    Commented Dec 8, 2022 at 23:34

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I don't think so.

Kazakhstan is the richest one and also only partially located in Central Asia. Also, lots of Russians and Russian speakers.

Turkmenistan. A North Korea-style dictatorship with cash issues. Will not open to anybody.

Uzbekistan. An industrial and demographic power of Central Asia and therefore distrusted by everybody else.

Tajikistan. Not Turkic - a Persian-speaking country. Also very poor.

Kyrgyzstan. Don't know anything about them, frankly.

Some of them actively hate each other to the point of military conflict.

I won't expect any kind of (secular) federation.

  • "Kyrgyzstan. Don't know anything about them, frankly." It's probably more useful then to leave that part out of the answer. :) Commented Dec 7, 2022 at 14:14
  • I don't think so, at least people now what to google.
    – alamar
    Commented Dec 7, 2022 at 14:24

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