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Bangkok, August 8, 2018
Ambassador Raushan Yesbulatova read lecture at the Nation Building Institute of Thailand on the theme: “Strategies for Nation-Building: Kazakhstan's experience".
The head of the Kazakhstani diplomatic mission acquainted the audience with the main achievements of Kazakhstan during the years of Independence, foreign policy priorities and international initiatives of the country, as well as the specifies of the work of the "Astana" International financial center.
Raushan Yesbulatova paid attention of the audience to the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan, a unique model of all-Kazakhstan unity, which plays an important role in ensuring social and political stability in the Republic of Kazakhstan and enhancing the effectiveness of interaction between state and civil society institutions in the sphere of inter-ethnic relations.
The Kazakh diplomat noted that the idea of creating the Assembly belongs to the Leader of the Nation N.Nazarbayev, and by his Decree in 1995 the Institute was created with the status of an advisory body under the Head of State.
The audience was also interested in information on the implementation of economic and political reforms in Kazakhstan in the framework of the Addresses of the President N.Nazarbayev to the people of Kazakhstan "New Development Opportunities in the Conditions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution", "Five Social Initiatives of the President", Rukhani Zhangyru Program".
The final part of the meeting was held in a Q and A format. The Ambassador commented the interest of the listeners and experts on foreign and domestic policy as well as the prospects for Kazakh-Thai relations.
The objectives of the Nation Building Institute of Thailand are to train management personnel in order to improve leadership, management and morality skills of leaders in the state, private and public sectors of Thailand. The audience was represented by the heads of state agencies and institutions, senior management of the banking sector, professors of leading universities in Thailand, as well as representatives of religious communities.