Monument "Қазақ еліне мың алғыс" will appear in Astana
The cultural object will serve as a gratitude to the Kazakh people from representatives of 24 ethno-cultural associations of the capital.
As part of the program "Spiritual modernization" a monument "Қазақ еліне мың алғыс", the Archaeological Town "Bozok", a map of 20 monuments of historical and cultural heritage and a number of other projects will appear in Astana aimed at preservation and promotion of the spiritual heritage of Kazakhstan. This was announced at the enlarged meeting of the expert group, chaired by the deputy mayor of Astana Ermek Amanshaev for discussion of the main directions of the program "Spiritual modernization", Kazpravda.kz reports referring to the media center of the capital administration.
The event was attended by representatives of the urban clerisy, government agencies, civil society institutions and youth organizations.
The meeting heard a number of presentations from representatives of the various organizations in the field of culture, art, history and education, including the artistic director of the Kazakh State musical-drama theater named after Kuanyshbayev filmmaker Talgat Temenov, Olympic champion Serik Sapiev, scientist archaeologist Daniyar Tileugabylov, Head of youth policy department Askhat Oralov and others.
Ermek Amanshayev noted the importance of consolidating various representatives of the community in implementing the President’s program.
Olympic champion Serik Sapiev called on the young generation of Kazakhstanis to actively promote a healthy lifestyle, patriotism and sport.
The representative of the Korean community in Astana, Alexander Kim, talked about the plans to erect an ethno-cultural monument in Astana, "Қазақ еліне мың алғыс". In his opinion, this cultural object will serve as a gratitude to the Kazakh people from representatives of 24 ethno-cultural associations of the capital.