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Independent Kazakhstan is 29: the country's main successes

Over its 29-year history of independence Kazakhstan has confidently passed the most important stages of state development, confirming with real results the effectiveness of the chosen strategy.

On December 16, Kazakhstan marks the 29th anniversary of independence of the Republic. Within a short period on the scale of state-building, the country managed to overcome the crisis of the 1990s and make a breakthrough, becoming a modern democratic state with a market economy.

Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan are united not only by geographical location, but also by cultural and historical ties that date back to ancient times. After gaining independence, diplomatic relations between the countries have become even stronger, as evidenced by the real results of cooperation.

The priority areas of cooperation between the two fraternal republics are: energy, transit and transport, trade and economy, agriculture, and the investment sector. One of the key transport projects was the opening of the Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan-Iran railroad in 2014. The construction of a road from Turkmenistan to the border of Kazakhstan and the construction of a bridge across the Garabogazgol Bay are in the future. The effectiveness of economic relations between the countries is evidenced by the growth of trade turnover, which managed to maintain, despite the pandemic COVID-19 in the world: in 10 months of 2020, it reached almost $110 million.

Given the proximity of spiritual values, the development of cultural and humanitarian relations is also of key importance. Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan actively cooperate in the format of participation in international organizations, cooperate in the restoration of the Aral Sea ecosystem.

Let us note the most important achievements that every resident of today's multi-million-dollar Kazakhstan can be proud of.

Strengthening the position of the sovereign state

The demarcation of the border, the introduction of state symbols and national currency, and the adoption of the Constitution. These steps allowed the Republic of Kazakhstan to lay the most important foundations for democratic development and successful integration into the world community.

Choosing Safe Development

The Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, operated in Kazakhstan for more than 40 years since 1949, was closed by a decree of the First President on August 29, 1991. This date became famous worldwide - the UN supported the proposal of the Kazakh side to proclaim August 29 as the Day of International Action against Nuclear Tests.

The new capital is the country's calling card

The initiative of Nursultan Nazarbayev transformed the regional center into the modern metropolitan metropolis Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana). A year after the international presentation, in 1999, the capital of the Republic received the title "City of Peace" by the decision of UNESCO for the rapid achievement of significant results in development. This was a confirmation of the qualitative transformation of the main city of the country, which became the embodiment of the country's values. Since 2000. Kazakhstan is a member of the International Assembly of Capitals and Cities.

Consolidation of the people of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has established a political system based on democratic principles. The correctly constructed state policy in the sphere of inter-ethnic and inter-confessional relations has played a great role in achieving harmony and order in society. An important component of this process was the establishment in 1995 of the Assembly of the Peoples of Kazakhstan.

Worldwide recognition

Kazakhstan is a confident player on the global stage and is a member of key world institutions: the UN, OSCE, OIC, SCO, CIS, EurAsEC, CES, CSTO, OECD, WTO and others. Since independence, Kazakhstan has established diplomatic relations with more than 180 countries, with a special emphasis on regional cooperation with fraternal nations.

Over 29 years, the country has gained experience in international politics, moving to the level of mediator to help resolve conflict situations.

One of the key events that strengthened Kazakhstan's credibility was the 2010 OSCE Summit. The OSCE Summit was one of the key events that strengthened Kazakhstan's credibility. Thirty-eight heads of state and government participated in the event, which was held for the first time in the Central Asian region on post-Soviet territory.

Investment breakthrough

By the end of 2019, about $350 billion foreign investments were attracted to the economy of the Republic. Kazakhstan successfully increases its investment attractiveness by cooperating with foreign partners from the Netherlands, the USA, Germany, China, Russia and other countries. Priority sectors of foreign investments are the mining and metallurgical industry, machine building, oil and gas chemistry, light industry and others.

In 2017. Kazakhstan became the first country in the Commonwealth of Independent States to host a large-scale global EXPO. The event was visited by about 4 million people from 166 countries. As a result of the business meetings, the amount of export contracts concluded by SMEs amounted to more than 640 billion tenge (about $2 billion).

Leadership in Sports

Kazakhstan is one of the top 30 most sporting nations. In 2011, it hosted the Asian Winter Games, which brought together athletes from 30 countries.

Thanks to the active state support, a developed infrastructure for active leisure activities of the population and support of professional sports has been created. During the period of independence about 10 thousand sports grounds and halls, 60 stadiums, 35 sports complexes were built.

The athletes who brought 70 Olympic medals and about 700 international awards, among which 243 were "gold" ones, are role models for millions of citizens.

Analyzing these and many other achievements of Kazakhstan, it is obvious that the country has chosen the right path of development. Having taken the leading position in the Central Asian region, the Republic is on its way to becoming one of the 30 most competitive economies.

This is the goal of large-scale modernization, which is envisaged by a number of national programs. The main priorities of transformations: technological modernization of the economy, business activation, macroeconomic stability, expanding opportunities for individual development, institutional changes.

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