Research Kazakhstan fellowship formed in Japan
courtesy of MFA RK
A round table themed "Kazakhstan Today: Continuity and Development Prospects," was held as part of the constituent meeting of the Research Kazakhstan fellowship, Kazpravda.kz reports.
The Fellowship includes representatives of scientific, academic and business circles, media and NGOs who intend to conduct research and provide expert advice on development of bilateral relations between Kazakhstan and Japan. Among them are Japanese ambassadors who worked in Kazakhstan over the years, university professors.
During the first meeting, Japanese experts discussed the situation in Kazakhstan, including the country's strategy to combat the coronavirus crisis and recover economic growth.
The Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Japan, Yerlan Baudarbek-Kozhatayev, shared on the political and socio-economic reforms carried out in the country.
The expert discussed specificity of the power continuity model.
Former Ambassador of Japan to Kazakhstan (2003-2005) Toshio Tsunozaki noted successful efforts of Kazakhstan to support the national economy, sustain the population’s income in the post epidemic recovery strategy.