Cultural and humanitarian cooperation

Cultural and humanitarian cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan and Georgia

There have been established a close cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan and Georgia in the field of cultural and humanitarian cooperation, and they have been traditionally developing in a positive way.

Annually on the eve of the celebration of "Nowruz Meiramy" there are organized concerts of Kazakhstan representatives of culture, presentations of movies, as well as photo-exhibitions for the celebration of this holiday in Kazakhstan.

On November 24, 2006, there have been held a cultural festival "Crossroads: Kazakhstan-Georgia" in Tbilisi. During the festival there was shown a film "The Nomad", were held a photo exhibition, concerts of creative groups and the premiere of the musical "Kyz-Zhibek".

On July 1-5, 2007 the Days of Georgian Culture were held in Astana. The Georgian delegation of 170 people was headed by the Mayor of Tbilisi G. Ugulava.

Kazakh scientists study the Georgian period of activity of the Kazakh politician and publicist Mustafa Chokay, who lived in Tbilisi and Batumi from September 1919 to March 1921.

From June 17 to June 20, 2014, for the first time in the history of bilateral relations between the Republic of Kazakhstan and Georgia, the Days of Kazakhstan Cinema in Georgia were held in Tbilisi. This festival of Kazakh cinema in Georgia was coincided with the 100th anniversary of the great Kazakh filmmaker and actor Sh. Aymanov

During the event there were presented four feature films made in recent years in Kazakhstan to the attention of the Georgian audience. In particular, there have been shown the following films "Жаужурек мын бала", "Shal", "Liquidator" "The sky of my childhood", which tells about the childhood of the President of Kazakhstan N.Nazarbayev. The delegation of JSC "Kazakhfilm" and executors of the main roles of the films "Shal" and "Жаужурек мын бала" have arrived in Tbilisi to take part in the event.

On December 4, 2014, the Embassy organized the "Day of Kazakh cuisine" at the French international school in Tbilisi, where foreign diplomats have been also invited. Within the framework of this event there have been presented an exhibition of books and a photo exhibition about modern Kazakhstan, an ethnographic corner of Kazakh national clothes and household accessories with national ornaments. The event attracts keen interest both from the representatives of the diplomatic corps and also from children who study at this school. As a result of the event, the books on Kazakhstan were submitted to the library of the school.

On April 26, 2015, in Tbilisi there were held a presentation of the book of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.Nazarbayev "G-Global: the World in the XXI Century", which was translated by the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Georgia into Georgian. Representatives of state authorities of Georgia, diplomatic staff accredited in Tbilisi, as well as local journalists took part in the presentation. In his speech to the audience, the Ambassador Yertysbayev noted that the publication of the book "G-Global: the World in the XXI Century" in Georgian is an important event in the Georgian-Kazakhstan relations. The participants received a books during the event.

On May 29, 2015 in Tbilisi, at the Gallery of the National Museum of Georgia there have been held the opening of the photo exhibition "Unknown Kazakhstan". The exhibition was organized by the Embassy of Kazakhstan to Georgia with the assistance of the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - the Leader of the Nation.

On June 29-30, 2015 in Adjara, at the Batumi Arts Center there have been held a photo exhibition "Unknown Kazakhstan". This exhibition is one of the brightest projects of the past two years, supported by the Foundation of the First President of Kazakhstan - the Leader of the Nation. There have been held the presentation of the book of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.Nazarbayev "G-Global - The World in the 21st Century" translated into Georgian.

To the wide audience there have been represented 40 picturesque photo-landscapes of the Cape Shekelmes - a mysterious clay canyon on Lake Zaisan, a two-headed Belukha mountain, Karkaraly and Kent mountains with monuments of the Bronze Age, as well as other, equally picturesque places of our vast Homeland. At the opening ceremony, the Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Georgia E. Yertysbayev, as well as the Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara A. Beridze have made a speeches.


As part of the program “Looking into the future: modernization of public awareness”, on September 7–9, 2018, the Kazakh State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after Abay was touring in Tbilisi.

Created at : 6.11.2016, 18:50, Updated at : 4.01.2019, 10:00