Georgia hosted a presentation of Nursultan Nazarbayev's book ‘The Era of Independence’
The entire recent history of sovereign Kazakhstan is described in the ‘The Era of Independence,’written by President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Georgia hosted a presentation of Nursultan Nazarbayev's book. Politicians, scientists and political scientists highlighted that the book not only reveals all the stages of formation of a young republic, but also provides a detailed analysis of advanced reforms. Many of them are of interest to Georgia, experts say.
NIKOLOZ METREVELI, GEORGIAN POLITICAL SCIENTIST:
- I read a lot of interesting facts and many reforms which are very interesting for Georgia’s scientists. I am very glad that our relations are developing this way and I hope that in the future we will continue having a very close relationship.
GIORGI KVESITADZE, PRESIDENT, GEORGIAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES:
- Actually, it was expected from such a brilliant political figure like Nursultan Nazarbayev. I consider him as one of the most famous political figures in the post-Soviet space. The book gives the full picture of what happened in these years in Kazakhstan and what its the current level of development is.
The book of President Nursultan Nazarbayev was presented in Kiev too. Diplomats, sociologists, politicians and businessmen, as well as representatives of ministries and departments of Ukraine highlighted that ‘The Era of Independence’ shows key principles and mechanisms of the Kazakh model of development. In addition, the address of the President and five social initiatives proposed by Nursultan Nazarbayev were presented in the Kazakh Embassy in Ukraine.
SERGEI PIROZHKOV, VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF UKRAINE:
- I think that this book really sums up Kazakhstan’s development during the independence. It shows the formation of the state, its roots and traditions. Most importantly, the book focuses on the future. It shows the strategic prospects of Kazakhstan that are developed by leader Nursultan Nazarbayev. I think that this book is very important for us, for Ukraine, because we stepped into the path of independent development at the same time.