The U.S. Library of Congress expressed gratitude to the Archive of the President of Kazakhstan for collections donated to the world’s largest library. A letter of gratitude was presented at the international scientific and practical conference of archivists in Almaty, where Leading experts from the United States, Uzbekistan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan discussed ways of cooperation between the archives of different countries. They suggest that today archiving data as a research area should be integrated worldwide. Some of the important steps in doing so can be introduction of advanced technologies, integration of digital resources into a united global system.
BORIS DZHAPAROV, DIRECTOR, ARCHIVE OF PRESIDENT OF KAZAKHSTAN:
- The archive of the President of Kazakhstan is working to integrate forces so our Kazakh archivists can be aware of achievements in archival technologies and apply them in their jobs. The reports by international scientists and specialists contain a lot of useful information about the achievements and introduction of new technologies in archives.
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.