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A number of documents on mutual understanding, academic and scientific cooperation and student exchange has been signed between the countries.
Since September 2015, a bilateral cultural exchange is developing, Kazakhstani artists (music, painting) regularly participate in competitions and events in Romania.
Kazakh musicians annually take part in the festival of classical music named after George Enescu in Bucharest.
Since 2015, the festival of Kazakh cinema is held annually in Bucharest, in which the works of famous film directors of the Republic of Kazakhstan are demonstrated. The next 4rd festival was held on December 11-12, 2018.
Also, festivals of Kazakh cinema is organised in Constanta (November 2-3, 2018) and Cluj-Napoca (November 5-7, 2018).
On September 23-25, 2019, in Cluj-Napoca organized 3th Kazakh film festival.In order to popularize the culture of Kazakhstan in Romania, from 5 to 22 November, 2018 in the city of Cluj-Napoca and from 11 March to 4 April 2019 in Bucharest, an exhibitions of paintings by the famous Kazakhstan artist Leyla Mahat was held.
The presence of a sizable Romanian diaspora (more than 22 thousand persons) in Kazakhstan facilitates the development of the bilateral cultural and humanitarian cooperation. Romanian national and cultural societies exist in Kazakhstan: “Stefan the Great" in Almaty, “Dacia" in Karaganda and “Bucovina" in Pavlodar. Their main purpose is to preserve Romanian language and culture. A faculty of Romanian language and literature and a lecture hall exist in the Karaganda State University named after E.Buketov.