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PEOPLE`S ASSEMBLY OF KAZAKHSTAN: A DEMOCRATIC MODEL OF UNIVERSAL VALUE

On March 3rd 2015, The Parliament of Romania hosted the international conference: ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN-A UNIVERSAL DEMOCRATIC MODEL.

 

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The Conference on PEOPLE`S ASSEMBLY OF KAZAKHSTAN: A DEMOCRATIC MODEL OF UNIVERSAL VALUE-3 March 2015

 

The academic conference was subscribed to the traditional strategic friendship that is uniting Romania and Kazakhstan and was destined to highlight to Romanian and international audience the fundamental role of an institution unique in the world and reflecting Kazakhstan specificity: ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN.

This institution of paramount importance was established in 1995, according to a decision of President Nursultan Nazarbayev and has the role of allowing all national, cultural and religious minorities on the territory of Kazakhstan to partake together with the Kazakh majority in building a society model, in selecting cultural politics and in building an open and inclusive society integrating all citizens.

Today after 20 years of activity, the ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN had become a model for all the states of the world, a model of resolving minority’s problems and democratic people’s involvement.

Serik Akylbai, Daulet Batrashev, Bekturganov Serik, Tulesh Kenzhin

The delegation from Kazakhstan ( from left to right):President Serik Akylbai, H.E. Ambassador of Kazakhstan-Daulet Batrashev, senator Serik Bekturganov and deputy Tulesh Kenzhin-caption during the conference works 

 

In the framework of the conference, hosted by Romanian Parliament, the leadership of the parliament had outlined messages of support for the Romanian-Kazakhstan relations, for the profusely democratic character of ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN and messages of admiration for the national and democratic construction achieved by the exertions of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Costel Alexe, Marcel Bujor, Florin Constantinescu

Amongst the key speakers of the International Conference (from left to right):Chamber of Deputies member Costel Alexe-President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group, President of Committee for Romanians Abroad-senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor and senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate

Together with the leaders of the Parliament, on the venue of the conference where present also 23 diplomatic representatives headed by the leader of diplomatic activity of diplomatic corps-Iraq Ambassador Omer Berzinji and presented reports for the conference personalities such as: Senate Leader-Florin Constantinescu-Chairman of the Energy, Industry and Transport Committee of the Parliament, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation of Romania, Senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor-President of the Committee for Romanians Abroad and International Relations, Deputy Costel Alexe-Chairman of the Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group, UNESCO Committee-Senator Constantin Popa, senators Ionel Agrigoroaei and Senator Ciprian Rogojan from Defence Committee and European Affairs Committee.

Ionel Agrigoroaei, Ciprian Rogojan, Constantin Popa

Other key note speakers of the International Conference: leader of the Defense Committee-senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, leader of European Affairs Committee-Ciprian Rogojan and UNESCO Committee leader-senator Dumitru Constantin Popa

The Conference dedicated to the role of parliament and the presentation of ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN had also benefited from the presence of a consistent delegation from Kazakhstan Parliament lead by Senators Serik Akylbai, Bekturganov Serik and deputy Tulesh Kenzhin who outlined for the attendees the mechanism and the signification of a unique institution in the world: ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE’S OF KAZAKHSTAN.

Concluding the conference, the Kazakhstan parliamentary group received the special MEDAL OF HONOUR OF THE ROMANIAN PARLIAMENT in sigh of lofty appreciation of the importance of the inter-parliamentary relations between Romania and Kazakhstan.

The Conference of Romanian parliament has attracted representatives from 23 countries. We address  all our gratitude for their attendence that was  a sign of respect towards the institution of Parliament, a perfect  way to show commitment to Romanian foreign policy and a diplomatic way to present appreciation to Kazakhstan delegation.

Your presence was noted as a perfect fulfillment of your mission as a friend of Romania.

Congratulation!

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From left to right: Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE, H.E. Ambassador of Macedonia-Pande Lazarevski,  Senator Ciprian Rogojan, H.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013, Senator Serik Bekturganov, H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, Senator Serik Akylbai, H.E. Ambassador of Kazakhstan-Daulet Batrashev, deputy Tulesh Kenzhin , Academician Mircea Constantinescu, H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Korea- Park Hyo-Sung, senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate, President of Committee for Romanians Abroad-senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor, representative of Russian Federation Embassy 

 

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From left to right: Embassy of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia-Dr.Mohammad Al HomoudH.E. Ambassador of  Armenia- Hamlet Gasparian, H.E. Ambassador of Georgia-Ilia Giorgadze, Embassy of Palestine representative, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICEsenator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate, H.E. Ambassador of Malaysia-Dato Nik Mustafa Kamal Nik AHMAD, Taiba Foundation representative-Dr. Abu Al Oula Al Ghithy

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From left to right: Academician Mircea Constantinescu, Embassy of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia-Dr.Mohammad Al Homoud, H.E. Ambassador of Russian Federation-Oleg Malghinov,  H.E. Ambassador of  Armenia- Hamlet Gasparian, H.E. Ambassador of Georgia-Ilia Giorgadze, Embassy of Palestine representative, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE , H.E. Ambassador of  Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan-Saker Malkawi, senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the Senate, H.E. Ambassador of Malaysia-Dato Nik Mustafa Kamal Nik AHMAD, Taiba Foundation representative-Dr. Abu Al Oula Al Ghithy

 

Ambassadors

From left to right: Chamber of Deputies member Costel Alexe-President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship GroupH.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy, General Saman Assi Wahhab Al-Talabani, H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE, senator Florin Constantinescu-President of Energy Committee and Leader of the SenateH.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013, Academician Mircea Constantinescu, Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, Senator Ciprian Rogojan, Senator Constantin Popa, senator Marcel Dumitru Bujor

 

Iraq Ambassador Omer Berzinji

H.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013 is offering a precious object of  Iraqi art to the leader of Kazakhstan delegation – Senator Serik Akylbai

 

Korea Ambassador

H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Korea- Park Hyo-Sung in dialogue with President Serik Akylbai-Kazakhstan and Professor Dr. Anton Caragea-President Director General-IRICE and deputy Tulesh Kenzhin-Kazakhstan

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H.E. Ambassador of Kazakhstan-Daulet Batrashev together with H.E. Ambassador of  Turkmenistan-Sokrat Jumayev together with Senator Serik Akylbai din Kazakhstan and H.E. Ambassador of Macedonia-Pande Lazarevski

 

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From left to right:H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, representative of Russian Federation Embassy, H.E. Ambassador of Macedonia-Pande Lazarevski, Embassy of Hungary representative,  H.E. Ambassador of  Turkmenistan-Sokrat Jumayev, H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAShearing a moment of laughter.

From left to right: Chamber of Deputies member Costel Alexe-President of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group, H.E. Ambassador of  Republic of Vietnam-TRAN Xuan Thuy, General Saman Assi Wahhab Al-Talabani, H.E. Ambassador of Venezuela-Victor Carazo, Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-President General Director -IRICE, Senate Leader- Senator Florin Constantinescu, H.E. Ambassador of Iraq-Omer Berzinji-BEST AMBASSADOR TO ROMANIA 2013/2014, Academician Mircea Constantinescu 

 

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NIGERIA NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATION- THE MAIN EVENT OF DIPLOMATIC LIFE IN BUCHAREST

Nigeria celebrates 50th Independence Anniversary.

Today, Nigeria celebrates her 50th Independence Anniversary as she remembers the sacrifice of the founding fathers of the nation, as well as our own responsibility to present and future generations.

Nigeria is a multi-cultural and multi-religious society with a population of about 150 million and over 350 spoken languages and dialects. There is therefore unity in diversity, and the freedom to live practice one’s creed freely and anywhere are upheld in the constitution. The Government and people are firmly committed to holding free, fair and credible elections during the next cycle of local, state and national elections. In this regard all the necessary steps to ensure the success of the process has been taken care of.

      The Nigerian Government is also working to strengthen the institutional structures for combating corruption, financial crimes, and other vices like human and drug trafficking. The reform of the financial sector to make it more accountable and transparent continues. This is to ensure that Nigeria enjoys political stability, social harmony and economic growth. To this end, Nigeria as the largest market in Africa, welcomes serious investors from Romania and elsewhere, as the investment climate continues to improve and gives very good returns, especially in power, oil and gas, mining, agriculture and finance sectors.  

President of Federal Republic of Nigeria Dr.Goodluck Ebele Jonathan                                                            

Nigeria emerged from colonialism in 1960 into a whole new world of independence and sovereignty, to take on the task of nation-building, and to play the international role that destiny had conferred on it. And although it has not been easy-going, the achievements so far outweigh whatever demerits against it. The country continues to tackle its myriad problems with sincerity of purpose and all the seriousness they deserved.

At the international scene, it had participated in numerous UN peacekeeping missions, as well as in similar regional endeavours like the ECOMOG that successfully brought peace to Liberia and Sierra Leone. In its capacity as Chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Nigeria is pleased to report that substantial progress has been made in bringing peace and stability to countries in the Community that were until recently embroiled in political crises. Nigeria has and will continue to be an active participant in the work of the United Nations, striving therein to promote national, regional and global objectives.

       Like other developing countries, Nigeria has had its own fair share of challenges like the problems of restive youth, which it must overcome. On the positive side, Nigeria has recorded remarkable progress in the provision of universal basic education and is also in the process of harmonizing baseline data that would assist in the proper monitoring and evaluation of all MDG projects.

      Nigeria greatly values its long and cordial bilateral relations with Romania and strives to find avenues for taking these relations to greater heights. Romanian scholarships given to Nigerian students over the years, including those on self sponsorship, have enabled them to make meaningful contributions to the various sectors of the Nigerian society like industry, academics, medicine and others. Conversely, Romanians are employed in the various sectors of Nigerian industry as skilled managers and engineers.

          Long live Federal Republic of Nigeria, long live Romania, and long live Nigeria Romania relations.

 

Mba Ama Mba

Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to Romania.

       1st October, 2010

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