Astana hosted a presentation of the book "Long path to the meeting” by Bulat Mekebayev and the book illustrations. The collection includes the novel “Dawn to Dusk”, the story "The Sky of the East" as well as poems. The author narrates about the fate of the deported Germans from the Volga region and Ukraine during the Great Patriotic War. According to Bulat Mekebayev, the novel was based on the real story of Raphael Schnell and his family, whom the writer met in Germany. The first edition of the book was published in Europe and the first presentation of the book took place in Moscow at the Bulgakov House.BOLAT MEKEBAYEV, ARTIST, WRITER: - The novel is about 12 year old boy Raphael Schnell who was deported to the Akmola region and he must have survived. He has a big family: three brothers, a dad, a mother, a grandfather and a grandmother. This novel is about his sufferings in the camps. The Moscow, Kokshetau, Petropavl, Astana and Almaty readers were already introduced to the book. Now the author plans to translate the novel into German and present it in Germany and other European countries.
Pavlodar musicians made a gift to the Day of the capital and Independence Day
The country’s oldest jazz orchestra performed 20 best Kazakh and foreign compositions as a present to the people.
Domestic researchers found a musical composition
The kui was dedicated to holy places in the Suzak district of the South Kazakhstan region.
Latvia and Ukraine congratulate Kazakhstan on Independence Day
Kazakhstan is receiving congratulations on the Independence Day.
Since the beginning of the year, Kazakhstan’s economic growth made up nearly 4%
Positive dynamics is observed in all industries.
European parliament approved Kazakhstan and the EU agreement
511 members of parliament out of 654 voted for the agreement which was signed in Astana on December 21, 2015.
26 years of Independence of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan is celebrating its Independence Day. The republic declared itself a sovereign, independent state on December 16, 1991.