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23 September. Kazinform calendar “Dates. Developments”

ASTANA. KAZINFORM – Kazinform offers its readers the informational calendar “Dates. Developments”.

DATES

International Day of Sign Languages

The UN General Assembly proclaimed September 23 as International Day of Sign Languages. On this day in 1951, the World Federation of the Deaf was founded – an international non-governmental non-profit organization that protects the rights of the deaf around the world and coordinates the actions of national associations of the deaf.

DEVELOPMENTS

AT 1935 The Council of People’s Commissars of the Kazakh ASSR adopted a Resolution on the organization of the Kazakh State Art Gallery. In 1965, the Council of Ministers of the Kazakh SSR decided to allocate its own building to the gallery. The building was designed by Kazakh architects Elza Kuznetsova, Olga Naumova and Boris Novikov. In 1976, the gallery was renamed the State Museum of Arts of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In January 1984, the museum was named after the People’s Artist of the Kazakh SSR A. Kasteev (1904-1973).

Currently, the State Museum of Arts of the Republic of Kazakhstan named after. A. Kasteeva is the largest art museum in the country and a leading research and cultural and educational center in the field of fine arts.

AT 1992 diplomatic relations were established between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Republic of Colombia.

The Republic of Colombia is a state in the northwest of South America, with territories in Central America. Area – 1.14 million km2. The capital is Bogotá. The official language is Spanish. The monetary unit is the Colombian peso. The head of state and government is the president, elected by the population for a 4-year term (a second consecutive term is possible).

AT 1993 the heads of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan signed an agreement on the creation of an Economic Union in Central Asia to form a common economic space based on the free movement of goods, services, labor, capital, the development of an agreed monetary, tax, price, customs, foreign economic policy, convergence of methods of regulation of economic activity, creation of favorable conditions for the development of direct industrial relations.

AT 1994 The Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan decided to assign the name of the famous writer, prominent public figure and statesman Saken Seifullin to Akmola Agrarian University and continue to call it Akmola Agrarian University named after Saken Seifullin.

AT 1998 A monument to Aset Beiseuov, a Soviet and Kazakh composer, Honored Art Worker of the Kazakh SSR, who made a significant contribution to the development of Kazakh pop music, was erected in Almaty. Many of the composer’s songs, including “Almaly Almaty”, “Gulder”, “Shakyrady Koktem”, “Munayma”, “Altynym”, “Maraldym”, “Sandugash”, entered the golden fund of Kazakh song art. Author of music for several performances, films and television films. Beiseuov’s collections of songs have been published. Winner of the Lenin Komsomol Prize of Kazakhstan for the collection of songs “Gulder” and the song “Kyzyl Sunkarlar” (“Red Falcons”).

AT 2003 Astana hosted the 1st Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, within which a decisive step was taken towards strengthening harmony and establishing a constructive dialogue between civilizations, confessions, countries and peoples. It was noted that interreligious dialogue is one of the key ways of social development and improvement of the well-being of all peoples.

AT 2005 in Aktobe, at the intersection of A. Moldagulova Ave. and st. The memorial complex of Aliya Moldagulova was opened by the Zhubanov brothers. The authors of the memorial are famous sculptors Bakhytzhan Abishev and Yesken Sergebaev. The bronze figure of Aliya is set on a granite pedestal. The monument is framed by two granite reliefs depicting the history of the people – from Saka times to the present day.

Aliya Nurmukhambetovna Moldagulova (1925-1944) – sniper, during the Great Patriotic War she served in the 54th separate rifle brigade of the 22nd Army of the 2nd Baltic Front, corporal. Hero of the Soviet Union (1944, posthumously). Destroyed 78 enemy soldiers and officers.

AT 2009 in the village of Kalbatau, East Kazakhstan region, memorial opened the famous Kazakh batyr Yer Zhanibek. In the center of the complex is a six-meter bronze figure of a batyr depicted with a spear in his hand. There are two wolves on both sides of it, and behind it is a 45-meter-high stele. Not far from the monument is the mausoleum of the batyr Yer Zhanibek.

AT 2010 within the program “Cultural Heritage” for the first time was drafted and approved State list of historical and cultural monuments of local importance. Previously, they were limited only to monuments of republican significance, but now monuments of both regional and local significance have been taken under state protection. In connection with the threat of their destruction, a state register was compiled, which included 11 objects.

AT 2011 in treatment has been introduced a commemorative silver coin “Issyk Leader” from the series of coins “Property of the Republic” with a face value of 500 tenge and a commemorative coin made of nickel silver alloy “Ust-Kamenogorsk” from a series of coins “Cities of Kazakhstan” with a face value of 50 tenge.

The Issyk Leader coin is made of 925 sterling silver, weight – 31.1 g, circumscribed circle diameter – 38.61 mm, workmanship – “proof”, mintage – 5 thousand pieces. Commemorative coin “Ust-Kamenogorsk” is made of nickel silver alloy of white color with a diameter of 23 mm. Weight – 4.71 g, circulation – 50 thousand pieces.

AT 2012 at the Thuringian State Theater in Meiningen took place premiere the first German production of the opera “Abai”.

The opera “Abai”, written by the great Kazakh composers A. Zhubanov and L. Hamidi in 1944, became the first Kazakh opera that was staged in Germany and a kind of creative response to the Kazakh premiere of R. Wagner’s “Tannhäuser” in December 2010 in Almaty.

AT 2013 famous Russian writer Gennady Vasiliev finished work over the historical novel “Khan Bukei”, which tells about the place of the Astrakhan region in the fate of Khan Bokei, about the resettlement of the Kazakhs of the Younger Zhuz in the interfluve of the Volga and the Urals according to the decree of Emperor Paul I in the spring of 1801.

Khan Bokey played a fateful role in the lives of many Kazakhs and not only the Younger Zhuz. This is the great son of the Kazakh people. A far-sighted politician who sincerely and selflessly loved his people, at the very beginning of the 19th century he brought his fellow tribesmen to the Volga steppes, laying the foundation for centuries-old friendship between Russians and Kazakhs.

AT 2014 coins of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan “Motherland of Apples” and “International Space Station” became winners the eighth international competition of commemorative coins “Coin Constellation-2014” (COINS-2014).

The “Motherland of Apples” coin was recognized as the best souvenir coin of 2014, taking first place in the “Souvenir Coin” nomination, and the “International Space Station” coin won the third prize in the “Original Technology” nomination.

AT 2016 in Almaty, in the club “Territory of Cinema” at the film studio “Kazakhfilm” named after Sh. Aimanov, a solemn presentation of the prize took place for best child role “KinoMalyShok-2016” to the young actor Amangeldy Kusainov, who played the main role in the film “Once Upon a Time in an Orphanage”. The music for the film was written by the famous composer Kuat Schildebaev, based on one of the last saxophone improvisations by Batyrkhan Shukenov. The main roles in the film were played by children from orphanages in Almaty and the Almaty region, as well as children from South Korea.

AT 2019 book “Uly Dala tarihy” about the history of several millennia of the Great Steppe received the highest award at the Card Couture Award 2019 in Prague. This is one of the most prestigious awards in Europe, which is awarded annually in seven categories. “Uly Dala Tarihy” became the winner in the nomination “Best book”.

AT 2020 President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed the Decree “On the opening of the Consulate General of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the city of Samarkand (Republic of Uzbekistan). It will fulfill the tasks of developing investment, trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian cooperation between the two countries.

Samarkand, Bukhara, Jizzakh, Surkhandarya, Kashkadarya regions, as well as the Republic of Karakalpakstan are defined as consular districts.

AT 2020 In Kazakhstan was created Industry Development Fund, which will expand the measures of state support for domestic manufacturing enterprises. It will be aimed at providing affordable financing for domestic enterprises at a rate of no more than 3%.

AT 2021 in Turkey (Istanbul city) took place The small kurultai of the Kazakhs “Zhahandanu ökenietindegі kazak alemi”, within the framework of which a productive exchange of views took place on the most interesting issues of the Kazakh diaspora abroad.

More than 100 representatives of Kazakh communities from Turkey and European countries, representatives of cultural institutions and universities of Kazakhstan took part in the work of the Small Kurultai of Kazakhs.

As a result of the event, the Kazakh side donated literature about culture, the history of the Kazakh people, and modern life in Kazakhstan to the participants of the Small Kurultai.

AT 2021 The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan hosted a solemn presentation of a unique exhibition called “The Throne of the World”. For the first time in the capital’s museum, the original sculptures “Throne” and “Mask” by the famous pacifist artist Gonzalo Mabunda (Mozambique) were presented. The uniqueness of the unusual sculptures lies in the fact that they are made from deactivated weapons and their fragments. Despite the fact that the artist’s works are made up of items reminiscent of the war, his work calls humanity to peace and harmony.

AT 2021 in Nur-Sultan started the Jas nomad project, dedicated to the revival of forgotten Kazakh traditions and customs, in which all young people aged 14 to 29 could take part.

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