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KAZAKH EPIC MOVIE-“THE WAY OF THE LEADER” WELCOMED WITH ENTHUSIASM AT BUCHAREST FILM FESTIVAL

National Library of Romania hosted, between 27 to 30 November 2015, the largest festival of Kazakh film in Europe.

The event was hosted in the city of Bucharest and included nine  pictures by famous Kazakhstan film directors, representative for country high skilled cinema.

President Dr. Anton Caragea and Kazakh actor Asylkhan Tolepov

Sharing a relaxed moment: Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and Kazakh actor, Asylkhan Tolepov, pointing to the poster of famous Kazakh historical epic: The Host of Myn Bala.

 

The movies brought to Bucharest are “The Way of the Leader a series of four movies about the life and coming to age and political prowess of President of Kazakhstan: Nursultan Nazarbayev. Other movies are the mega production: “Nomad”, “Zheruyik” (Land of Promise), “Zhauzhurek Myn Bala” (The Host of Myn Bala), “Kyz Zhibek” and “Birzhan Sal”.

The opening bell of the Kazakh Movie Festival in Europe has ranged on 27 November 2015.

Opening the event, the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Romania, Daulet Batrashev, noted that such an event enables Romanian people to open to the  uniqueness and charm of Kazakh culture and get familiarized themselves with our rich culture and history.

IRICE President-Anton Caragea and parliament Vice-President Florin Iordache

IRICE President Professor Dr. Anton Caragea and Romanian Parliament Vice-President-Florin Iordache are giving an enthuse ovation to the full hearted speech of Kazakhstan Ambassador-Daulet Batrashev.

Ambassador Daulet Batrashev expressed confidence that the festival would greatly contribute to the development of cultural collaboration and will promote the rapprochement of the Kazakh and Romanian nations.

Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, President of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation, said that the organization of the Festival it is befitting in the context of celebration of the 550th anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate and the Day of the First President of Kazakhstan.

It is by no way a chance that on 1st December, Romania is celebrating here unity day and Kazakhstan is celebrating the Day of the First President, Nursultan Nazarbayev the man who united all the people of Kazakhstan behind his furled banner.

The event was also attended by Zhanna Kuanysheva, a famous actress from Kazakhstan and the young main actor from the Host of Myn Bala-Asylkhan Tolepov.

According Mrs. Zhanna Kuanysheva, the Kazakh Film Studio is currently shooting a number of interesting projects.

Some of them will be showcased during well-known international cinematography contests.

Vice-President of the Romanian Parliament, Mr. Florin Iordache, mentioned that  Kazakh Film Festival is a perfect gift from Kazakhstan, on the occasion of the National Day of Romania – December 1.

“The Kazakh Film Festival is an unique event in cultural life of Bucharest”

 

One day prior, Romanian Parliament listen to President Nursultan Nazarabyev ambitious vision in creating a perfect society in Kazakhstan and today we can see the events that shape President Nazarbayev life.

It is a perfect experience, concluded Parliament Vice-President Iordache.

Kazakhstan Ambassador daulet batrashev speeking with members of Romanian community in Kazakhstan and professor dr. Anton Caragea speaking with Ambassador Paul Brummel and his party

A good event is marked by a good atmosphere: (in the right corner) Kazakhstan Ambassador speaking with members of Romanian community from Kazakhstan and in the left corner: Professor Dr. Anton Caragea in an amicable exchange with British Ambassador Paul Brummel and his party.

 

The Festival continues the good traditions of cultural exchange between Kazakhstan and Romania and on 8 December 2015 on the occasion of National Day of Kazakhstan celebrations in Romania, the Embassy of Kazakhstan will host a concert of Kazakhstani violinist Arman Murzagaliyev.

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CELE CINCI REFORME ALE KAZAHSTANULUI PREZENTATE IN PARLAMENTUL ROMANIEI

In 24 noiembrie 2015 a avut loc prezentarea publica, in fata membrilor Camerei Deputatilor si ai Senatului, a unui raport al ambasadorului Kazahstanului, E.S. Daulet Batrashev prezentand ambitiosul program de reforme al tarii sale.

IRICE President-Anton Caragea, H.E. Ambassador Daulet Batrashev, Yerzhan Bertayev and Academician Mircea Constantinescu

E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev si Presedintele Director General al IRICE-Profesor Dr. Anton Caragea impreuna cu Yerzhan Bertayev (consilier Ambasada Kazahstan) si Prof.Dr. Mircea Constantinescu (IRICE) deschid sedinta speciala parlamentara dedicata CELOR CINCI REFORME ale Presedintelui Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Presedintele Kazahstanului, Nursultan Nazarbayev, a lansat in 2015 un set de CINCI REFORME pregatite in 100 DE PASI, program destinat sa creeze un Kazahstan puternic, o tara gata sa infrunte actuala criza economica mondiala, capabila sa depasesca provocarile aduse de preturile reduse ale petrolului si materiilor prime la nivel mondial si totodata sa mentina Kazahstanul ca un stat modern, cu o economie inclusiva, o administratie reformata si o societate a abundentei.

 

Meeting with Chamber of Deputies Vicepresident Florin Iordache

Pregatind sedinta speciala a parlamentului (de la stanga la dreapta): Prof.Dr. Mircea Constantinescu (IRICE), Dl. Florin Iordache-Vice-Presedinte Camera Deputatilor (Parlamentul Romaniei), Presedinte IRICE-Dr. Anton Caragea si E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev.

 

In pregatirea manifestarii, Dl. Florin Iordache, Vice-Presedintele Camerei Deputatilor l-a primit pe Ambasadorul Kazahstanului declarand sprijinul continuu al Camerei Deputatilor fata de relatia cu Kazahstanul si promovarea relatiei economice bilaterale.

Vice-President of Chamber of Deputies recieves the FIVE REFORMS by President Nursultan Nazarbayev

Vice-Presedintele Camerei Deputatilor-Florin Iordache primeste CELE CINCI REFORME ale Presedintelui Kazahstanului-Nursultan Nazarbayev.

 

In discursul sau Vice-Presedintele Florin Iordache a exprimat importanta pentru Camera Deputatilor de a asigura cunoasterea si recunoasterea programului de reforme din Kazahstan in societatea romaneasca.

Cu atat mai mult cu cat este vorba de un document de valoare mondiala, recunoscut ca atare de comunitatea academica romanesca.

Primindu-l pe Ambasadorul Kazahstanului, Vice-Presedintele Senatului Ioan Chelaru a subliniat relatia strategica si legatura ce uneste Kazahstanul si Romania. Este o legatura de cooperare si prietenie ce se constituie intr-un adevarat exemplu pentru eficacitatea diplomatiei romane si kazahe.

Kazakhstan delegation congratulated by Vice-President of the Senate-Mr. Ioan Chelaru and IRICE President-Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea

Dl. Ioan Chelaru, Vice-Presedintele Senatului Romaniei isi exprima aprecierea fata de rolul international al Kazahstanului: un stat ce a marcat istoria omenirii si cultura umanitatii.

 

Parlamentul Romaniei va fi intotdeauna deschis pentru a analiza si aprecia, la adevarata valoare, viziunea indrazneata a Presedintelui Kazahstanului.

E.S. Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev s-a declarat miscat de expresia publica a sentimentelor de prietenie si solidaritate, ce s-a putut remarca in toate alocutiunile senatorilor si deputatilor prezenti la intrunire si in discursurile liderilor parlamentului.

Handshake of friendship-Ambassador Daulet Batrashev and Senate Vice-President-Ioan Chelaru

Vice-Presedintele Senatului il felicita pe Ambasadorul Kazahstanului-Daulet Batrashev pentru prezentarea perfecta facuta in fata parlamentarilor romani: CELE CINCI REFORME ALE KAZAHSTANULUI sunt un real succes!

 

Sunt sigur ca aceasta este si datorita respectului pe care modelul Kazahstanului il impune in lume, respect bazat si pe aprecierea fata de viziunea ambitioasa de dezvoltare creata de Presedintele Nursultan Nazarbayev, a declarat ambasadorul Batrashev.

Cele CINCI REFORME si 100 DE PASI sunt un raspuns perfect in fata provocarilor aduse de criza economica, un instrument pentru dezvoltarea tarii noastre, pentru modernizarea sistemului administrativ si juridic.

Ambassador Daulet Batrashev presents the FIVE REFORMS program

Daulet Batrashev-Ambasadorul Kazahstanului se adreseaza parlamentarilor: Kazahstanul va fi pana in 2030 una din cele mai dezvoltate natiuni ale lumii.

Kazahstanul-in topul 30 al bogatiei mondiale!

 

Acest plan va aduce Kazahstanul in clubul de elita al celor 30 de tari, cele mai dezvoltate din lume, pana in 2030.

Ambasadorul Kazahstanului a prezentat apoi pe larg prevederile planului ambitios de reforme al presedintelui Nursulatan Nazarbayev si a raspuns  intrebarilor venite de la parlamentarii romani.

Intrebarile au vizat diverse aspecte economice, pregatirile pentru Expozitia Mondiala 2017 si principalele obiective de investitii prezentate in planul CELOR CINCI REFORME.

Sesiunea Parlamentului, dedicata prezentarii CELOR CINCI REFORME ale Presedintelui Nursultan Nazarbayev, a luat sfarsit odata cu discursul principal al Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea-Presedintele Director General al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica  care a marcat faptul ca: prezenta diplomatilor si a personalitatilor din Kazahstan a devenit deja una familiara parlamentarilor.

All the MP are wanting a photo with ambassador Daulet Batrashev and with the FIVE REFORMS book

Toata lumea vrea o poza cu Ambasadorul Kazahstanului !

In centru: Presedintele Comisiei de Economiei, industrie si Servicii a parlamentului-Senator Eugen Tapu Nazare.

 

Oricare ar fi guvernul sau majoritatea parlamentara, prietenia cu Kazahstanul ramane o permanenta si o prioritate, deoarece poporul roman este principalul aliat si principala punte de legatura cu poporul kazah.

Ne-am adunat astazi, aici, in templul democratiei romanesti si al inaltei decizii politice: Parlamentul, pentru a recunoaste un document de semnificatie mondiala-CELE CINCI REFORME ale Presedintelui Nursultan Nazarbayev, a concluzionat Prof.Dr. Anton Caragea.

DESPRE COLABORAREA PARLAMENTARA ROMANIA-KAZAHSTAN

In 30 noiembrie 2014, Parlamentul Romaniei l-a primit pe Ambasadorul Kazahstanului, Daulet Batrashev in vizita de prezentare si si-a exprimat, cu aceasta ocazie, sprijinul complet fata de viziunea de politica externa a Kazahstanului si fata de programele de dezvoltare si politica mondiala construite de presedintele Nursultan Nazarbayev.

In decembrie 2014, Parlamentul Romaniei fost singurul Parlament care a ascultat, in sedinta publica, mesajul Presedintelui Kazahstanului, Nursultan Nazarbayev, cunoscut sub numele de planul de reforme Nurly Zhol-Calea Luminoasa.

In martie 2015, Parlamentul Romaniei a gazduit o conferinta internationala dedicata Adunarii Popoarelor din Kazahstan, considerand aceasta institutie, specifica Kazahstanului, drept un model pentru a crea o natiune unita si o societate armonioasa.

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Kazakh Khanate it is a great creation of the nomadic civilization say`s Kazakhstan Ambassador to Romania- Daulet Batrashev

Remarks

by Ambassador of Kazakhstan Daulet Batrashev on the Conference dedicated to the celebration of the 550th anniversary of the foundation of

the Kazakh Khanate (Statehood)

 

Sultan Zhanibek

Sultan Kerey

Sultans Zhanibek and Kerey-the founding fathers of Kazakh Khanate in Taraz-1465

October, 6, 2015

Targoviste city

Your Excellencies,

Dear friends!

 

This is a highly symbolic year for all citizens of my country.

It was exactly 550 years ago, in the center of the Eurasian continent, that our ancestors founded the Kazakh Khanate, a great creation of the nomadic civilization.

It was the starting point in the centuries-long nationhood of our people, which has found its fullest expression in the modern country named Kazakhstan.

As our head of the state, Nursultan Nazarbayev has written:  “Assessing Kazakh history, we must abandon the many stereotypes and instead understand properly what aspects of traditional Kazakh society have ‘imprinted’ themselves into our modern nation.”

It is this centuries-long period of the history of our country that laid the foundation not only of our modern state but also of our multi-vector foreign policy.

The Kazakh Khanate was not, of course, the first chapter in the history of the Kazakh people.

It was heir to the Great Steppe empires – the Turkic Kaganate (of the 6th to 8th centuries) and Eke Mongol Ulus (the Great Empire of Genghis Khan).

However, their origins and development can be traced much further back in time.

The ancient history of the Great Eurasian steppe zone is primarily a history of militant nomadic tribes.

The current territory of Kazakhstan were lands inhabited by Iranian-speaking and Turkic-speaking tribes: the Saka, Kangly, Usuns and Huns.

These ethnic groups had to permanently overcome the twists and turns of war, established diplomatic relations, concluded trade agreements, struck political and military alliances, to extend permanently the territorial framework for the future Kazakh state of today.

Even in the second half of the 5th century BC the man known as the Father of History, the Greek author Herodotus described the vast eastern country of Scythia, which would be also known as “the country of Saka people”.

Ancient Persian sources placed Saka, the population of Great Steppe, to the north of the Amudarya and Syrdarya rivers.

The Saka civilization to the west was in contact with the Ancient Greeks and to the east with the Chinese.

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The Silk Road was crossing the heartland of Kazakh Khanate

To the south, the Saka’s nomadic country of Turan bordered Iran, the land of Indo-Aryan people.

It was this era when the Silk Road, the trade artery linking the early civilizations of East and West first began to emerge.

We also saw the rise of the first political entities within the present territory of Kazakhstan.

 Some historians cite Zoroastrianism’s sacred book of Avesta to point to a state named Kangkha in the midstream of the Syrdarya River around the 7th and 6th centuries BC.

According to ancient Chinese document, the Book of Han, roughly the same areas were occupied in the 2nd century BC by the State of Kangyui.

A successor to the political traditions of the Saka tribes, covering roughly the lands of modern-day southeastern Kazakhstan and northern Kyrgyzstan, was the State of Usun.

The arrival of the Great Empire of Huns signaled a milestone in the ethnic, cultural and political development of the people of this land.

In the middle of the 6th century, a decisive role in the development of language, culture and the worldview of the tribes inhabiting Kazakhstan was played by the Turk Empire or Turkic Kaganate (referred to in written sources as “Turkic El”), a  major power of the Early Middle Age.

 The first kagans’ policies were so in tune with the interests of all Turkic tribes that the limits of their authority quickly expanded as far as the Black Sea in the west and the Great Wall of China in the east.

Based on authoritative historical sources, President Nazarbayev has written, “The first Turkic Empire (552-603) was part of the system of political and economic relations between Byzantium, Iran and China.

Presidentele Nursultan Nazarbayev-creatorul Kazahstanului moderna-web

 President Nursultan Nazarbayev has succeeded in putting in the center of the modern Kazakhstan the values of history and tradition

 In its heyday, the Turkic Empire stretched from Manchuria to the Gulf of Kerch and from the Yenisei River to the Amu Darya. Therefore Turkic Kagans became the creators of the first Eurasian empire”.

According to both medieval and modern historians, the Turkic states were the direct successors of the Hun Empire.

The Turks, drawing on the achievements of western and eastern nations, created a distinctive culture with its own writing system, the so-called Orkhon-Yenisei runic script.

Being at the crossroads of different religions, such as Tengrism, Christianity, and Buddhism, the Turkic Kaganate also played a huge role in their subsequent development.

Following the collapse of the Turkic Kaganate, a series of new ethno-political unions of Turkic tribes emerged one after another.

In the area of the Irtysh River, the State of Kimaks appeared in the late 8th century.

Its fall was caused by a powerful wave of migration from the east and in the middle of the 9th century began the rise of Kypchaks.

Eventually they occupied much of Eurasia’s Great Steppe, with its borders  stretching from the Irtysh to the west as far as the Danube’s mouth, with the entire area labeled in Arabic and Persian sources of the period as Desht-i Kypchak (or the Kypchak Steppe).

In Russian sources, the Kypchaks were called Polovtsy and European ones named them Kumans or Kuns.

During the 12th and 13th centuries in Desht-i Kypchak there was a migration of large masses of the population.

The Kypchak confederation was a set of clans and tribes, brought together by both military and economic factors and from which the cultural and linguistic unity of the people gradually emerged.

The fundamental transformation of political and cultural values, economic and ethnic components of Eurasian political entities came in the 13th century after the unification of the entire nomadic Central Asian peoples under the Mongol Empire or Horde led by Genghis Khan.

This emerged following the Supreme congress of nomadic tribes or QURULTAYin 1206.

Ambassador Daulet Batrashev at Kazakhstan 550 years celebration

Kazakhstan Ambassador-Daulet Batrashev presents a detailed outline of the importance and significance of 550 years of Kazakhstan history

Renowned early 20th century Russian historian of Central Asia Vasily Bartold highlighted the deep connections between the Turkic Kaganate and Genghis Khan’s Empire.

According to him, the numerically dominant Turkic-speaking tribes gradually assimilated the core group of Mongolian-speaking warriors in central parts of the Eurasian plains to shape new state entities in the Great Steppe.

Another milestone event for the future of the Kazakh Khanate was the partition of the empire of Genghis Khan into several smaller informal states.

Among them, perhaps the largest was the Golden Horde (Altyn Orda) managed by the descendants of his eldest son Juchi.

The Golden Horde was the first centralized state in post-Mongol period that included most of the modern Kazakhstan’s territories.

Initially part of the Mongol Empire, it was under the control of Genghis Khan’s grandson, Batu (1242-1256), who behaved essentially as an independent ruler.

The key principles of nomadic statehood, which were laid in the foundation of the Golden Horde, were relevant for several other political entities, which developed from Genghis Khan’s descendants in the Great Steppe including the White Horde, the Abulkhair Khanate, Moghulistan, and eventually, the Kazakh Khanate.

Banner 550 years of Kazakhstan statehood10-webUnlike in the previous era, each of these had a number of important features as they emerged largely or exclusively on the territory of modern Kazakhstan.

They had similar political structures and far-reaching similarities in their economic and cultural development.

 In addition, they had common dynastic origin, sharing the tradition derived from Gengis Khan and his descendants of the exclusive right of authority.

In the broader historical context, the remarkable civilization of the Great Eurasian Steppe in the medieval period left its imprint on the development of many of its neighbors too including Iran, China, India, Byzantium, Russia and the countries of Eastern Europe.

It was on the basis of the nomadic civilization that the Kazakh people’s first formalized state emerged and on which the best traditions and accomplishments of political, economic, social and cultural development of the peoples inhabiting the lands of modern-day Kazakhstan are now based.

The new state’s very name – the Kazakh Khanate – confirmed the emergence of a new and hitherto unknown political entity in the 15th century’s historical arena.

The 16th century Central Asian historian Mirza Mohammed Haydar Dulati reported that the Kazakh Khanate was formed in autumn 1465 in the valleys of rivers Chu and Talas in the modern Zhambyl Region in South and South-Eastern Kazakhstan.

This followed the migration of numerous tribes led by the sultans Kerei and Zhanibek that rebelled against the despotic rule of Abulkhair Khan from the rival dynastic branch of Shaibanids.

With the consolidation of the new state, a centralized system of political authority was established in the Great Steppe.

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The fall of the Shaybanid dynasty cleared the path for the establishment of Kazakh Khanate and for three centuries of stability in Central Asia under the kazakh control. 

Legislative and executive powers were concentrated in the hands of a supreme ruler – Khan, who also performed the duties of a military commander.

The executive and legislative powers of Khan were regulated by such legislative acts of the Kazakhs as the QASYM KHANNYN QASQA ZHOLY (Kassym Khan’s Trodden Path), ESIM KHANNYN ESKI ZHOLY (Esim Khan’s Old Path), and ZHETI ZHARGY (Seven Laws).

These were official documents that regulated public policy and society’s functioning in general.

In turn, these laws were based on the centuries-old customs and traditions of the people.

These codes shaped the public administration of the Kazakh State and defined the concept of “Steppe Democracy.”

The Kazakh society had the right to openly regulate the complicated issues of domestic and foreign policy by electing judges – BIYS, who represented the people’s interests.

A special role in strengthening the Kazakh Khanate, promoting the idea of unity and spreading its message to the people as a whole was played by spiritual leaders – storytellers – ZHYRAUS and AKYNS, as well as musicians – KUISHI.

 Through their works, they raised issues such as the power and responsibility of the KHANS, BIYS, and BATYRS (knights) in securing the independence of the people.

They also drew attention to the importance of foreign policy and international relations, as well as educating the younger generation.

Founded in 1465, the Kazakh Khanate over two and a half centuries evolved.  Its economic, political and cultural policies developed and strengthened.

Timely changes helped strengthen the national spirit of the Kazakh people.

In the 16th century, the Kazakh Khanate was already known throughout much of Eurasia.

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According to the renowned Russian scholars Vladimir Dahl and Nikolay Baskakov, the ethnic name of “Kazakh” has Turkic origins.

In old Turkic sources the concept of “qazaqlyq” was used as a symbol of freedom and the free way of life.

As Baskakov noted, all interpretations of the word “Kazakh” are related to each other and have common roots, which mean an “independent person”.

He wrote, “the same meaning is associated with the name of Turkic nationality – Kazakhs – and it means a free and independent nomad”.

The early 16th century source known as Zayn ad-Din Vasifi’sBadai Al-wakai” labelled the lands ruled by Kazakh khans as “Kazakhstan”.

The map drawn in 1562 based on information collected by the English traveller and diplomat Anthony Jenkinson – the envoy in Moscow for the English Queens Mary and later Elizabeth the First named the vast land between “Tashkent” in the south and “Siberia” in the north as “Cassackia”.

The greatest political prominence and territorial expansion of the Kazakh Khanate was under the reigns of Khan Qasym who ruled between 1511 and 1523 and later Khan Khak-Nazar who ruled between 1538 and 1580.

During these periods, the Kazakh khans pursued active, independent domestic and foreign policies.

They ruled the lands between the Caspian Sea to the Altay Mountains, an area quite similar in its shape to the outline of modern Kazakhstan.

Already during this period, foreign policy was determined by a number of important directions, or vectors, which would find their continuation later.

It was during this time, for instance, that early diplomatic relations were established with Russia.

By the 17th century, the process of forming a single nation was generally complete.

As a result, all Turkic and non-Turkic tribes of Central Asia, ruled by the Kazakh Khanate, consolidated into an entity known as Kazakhs.

Picture9Ethnic traditions, customs, a common religion, language and culture were established.

The Kazakh Khanate’s rulers and their people fought hard to preserve the integrity of their national territory.

It was only through the unity of the Kazakh people that external aggression, civil strife and separatist tendencies of individual rulers could be overcome.

We must not also forget the Steppe diplomacy that successfully operated across the vast lands of Eurasia.

The Kazakh Khanate gradually but confidently emerged as an independent force in international relations.

The Kazakh State rulers carried out their foreign policy by diplomatic activity based on rules drawn up from their practical experiences of negotiations with representative of other states.

Only a nation with genes of peacefulness, good-neighbourliness and tolerance in its blood could have safeguarded such a vast territory through the art of diplomacy.

These have become the principles of a multi-vector policy, balance and pragmatism of contemporary Kazakh diplomacy.

The Kazakh Khanate’s history was, however, cut short by a number of negative factors.

In particular, military forces were depleted as a result of the bloody defensive wars of 17th and 18th centuries against a powerful nomadic Empire of the Jungars and the parallel expansion of a new dominant power in Eurasia – the Russian Empire.

It was the Russian Empire, which eventually incorporated lands of the Kazakh khanate – partly voluntarily, partly conquered by force of European weaponry, in the 130 years between 1731 and 1865.

Then followed a controversial, although not a totally negative, period of development under the rule of Russian Tsars.

In the early 20th century, when Russia faced a wave of revolutionary democratic activism, a fresh impetus for Kazakh statehood came from the activities of a new generation of Kazakh intellectuals.

This resulted in formation of the short-lived government of ALASH ORDA, with Alash being a synonym of the name Kazakh.

The All-Kazakh Congress, held in Orenburg city in 1917, created a territorial and national autonomy “Alash” embracing a number of regions with Kazakh population.

All executive powers were passed to the Temporary National Council of Alash Orda, which consisted of 25 members and was led by the eminent statesman, liberal politician, and true patriot Alikhan Bukeykhanov.

Assessing the significance of those events, President Nursultan Nazarbayev in his book “In the Stream of History” wrote that through the Government of Alash Orda: “The Kazakh nation obtained a real chance to reach its primary objective of recreating a national statehood.

However, the peaceful development of events was interrupted by a new crisis in the Russian society, which led to the establishment of a dictatorship of the Bolshevik party”.

Nevertheless, these new socio-political realities led to Kazakhstan having a chance to recapture some form of nationhood.

Milestone events in this process were the creation of the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Republic in 1920 and of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic in 1936.

However, the truth is that autonomous Kazakh statehood existed only formally.

In reality, there was limited sovereignty and a significant dependence of its authorities first on the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and later on the Soviet Union’s leadership.

This all changed with the independence that Kazakhstan gained in 1991, which saw a new stage of Kazakh statehood.

This heralded dynamic political, economic, social and cultural development.

People throughout the world are now aware of our nation’s achievements during this period.

They include the move of our nation’s capital, hosting the OSCE Summit in Astana and the Congresses of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, the triumph of our Olympic team in London 2012, and winning the right to host the EXPO 2017 in Astana.

In his 2012 State-of-the Nation Address, President Nazarbayev set out our country’s development strategy until 2050 to build on all we have achieved.

That is why the 550th anniversary of the first national state of the Kazakhs is so important to our country and people.

In September, with the participation of our President and many foreign visitors, there was a celebration of this significant historical milestone.

It will coincide with a major international conference, which will bring together scholars from around the world who study issues related to the history of the Kazakh khanate.

 

In October, the ancient city of Taraz in the south of our country will host further celebrations.

Taraz

Taraz-the capital city of Kazakh Khanate and the place of the 1465 proclamation of the first Kazakh state by Sultans Zhanibek and Kerey (reconstruction)

Taraz is the capital of the region where the actual events of the formation of the Kazakh khanate took place.

There, on October 8, Kazakhstan will hold a big celebration under the open sky to recreate the atmosphere of those historic events that happened on this land 550 years ago.

Your Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen,

 

Thank you for listening to my attempt to explain the importance of the celebration of the 550th anniversary of the Kazakh khanate for our nation.

I believe this will help improve understanding of the history and identity of the people of Kazakhstan.

Let me end what has been a lengthier statement than usual.

Thank you for your attention. I would be delighted to answer any questions and to hear your opinions and comments on what I have said.

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ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT NURSULTAN NAZARBAYEV TO THE PEOPLE OF KAZAKHSTAN-NOVEMBER 2014

President Nazarbayev outlined his generous vision for the people of Kazakhstan, he outlined what can be a template for world leaders and nations in extracting their nations from the suffering of economic hardship and direct them towards sustainable growth.

(Professor Dr. Anton Caragea MA,FINS,EDA)

 

It is our honor to present to the world, the full text of the message of H.E.President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan presented on 10 November 2014 from Ak Orda-Presidential Palace.

 

The Address of President Nursultan Nazarbayev

to the people of Kazakhstan

 

Astana, November 11, 2014 

 

Nyrly Zhol – The Path to the Future

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                                                                                     H.E.President Nursultan Nazarbayev-leader and builder of modern nation of Kazakhstan

Dear people of Kazakhstan,

The world is facing new challenges and threats today. The world economy has still not recovered from consequences of the global financial and economic crisis. The recovery continues at a very slow and uncertain pace, and some countries remain in decline. The geopolitical crisis and the sanctions policy of the leading powers create an additional obstacle for the recovery of the world economy.

From my experience, I feel that the years to come will become the time of global trials. The entire architecture of the world will be changing. Not all countries will be able to get through these complications in a decent manner. Only strong states, with their people united, will manage to do that. Kazakhstan, as a part of the world economy and a country located very close to the epicentre of geopolitical tensions, is experiencing negative pressure from all these challenges. We see the results: prices in global markets are dropping, and general economic growth is slowing down.

As is known, the forecasts of the development of the global economy for 2014 and the next two years were revised downward by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. That means we need to revise our own plans, and make adjustments for the coming period. There is no time for hesitation. The measures I will talk about today will be implemented from January 1, 2015. We must promptly take all the possible measures to prevent negative trends.

Today the Government is already working quickly at my order. We have revised the parameters of the republic’s budget for 2015. And this is right, as the drop in prices of our export raw materials has led to the reduction of the flow of money to our income. At the same time, the Government have a tough yet specific task: it must fulfil all social liabilities in full.

In a crisis, as we’re seeing the world over, economic policies must be re-evaluated. The sectors that need support are those which create the highest multiplier effect on economic growth and employment. We have already had such an experience. Suffice it to recall our successful anti-crisis measures in 2007-2009. As you see, life makes adjustments to the best laid plans. And we should add new content to the platform of our party based on today’s reality.

On my orders, the Government has completed the development of a new large-scale development programme. Today, as we respond to the challenges we face, I proclaim Kazakhstan’s New Economic Policy “Nyrly Zhol” (The Bright Road). This is what I devote my state-of-the-nation address for 2015. The policy will have a counter-cyclical character and will be aimed at continuing structural reforms in our economy. What does this mean?

Over the years, when the situation in external markets was favourable, and the price of oil and our export products were at sufficiently high level, we diverted revenues from those exports to the National Fund. One of the main tasks of the National Fund is to increase resistance of our economy to external shocks, including when prices of natural resources drop.

We were putting income from extraction and sales of raw materials into this Fund during all these years. We used 10 billion US dollars out of the National Fund to fight the crisis of 2007-2009. As for the rest of the money, we have not spent it. We saved and multiplied it. Now we are in the period when we must use these reserves. They will help overcome uneasy times and stimulate the growth of our economy. These resources are not intended for short-term measures. We will spend them on the transformation of our economy, namely – the development of transport, energy, industrial and social infrastructure, and small and medium businesses.

In February, a decision was made to allocate one trillion tenge from the National Fund to support economic growth and employment in 2014-2015 in two tranches of 500 billion tenge. To finalise the initiated projects and resolve pressing issues, I have instructed the Government to divert the second tranche of 500 billion tenge from the National Fund to the following goals:

First, 100 billion tenge should be additionally allocated to issue easy-term loans to small and medium businesses, as well as large enterprises. This will secure the implementation of projects in the food and chemical industries, engineering, as well as the service sector.

Second, to revive the banking sector and buy out “bad” loans, I have ordered additional capitalisation of the Fund of Problem Loans in the amount of 250 billion tenge in 2015.

Third, to raise new investments, we need to improve respective conditions. For these purposes, I have ordered the government to allocate 81 billion tenge in 2015 to complete the construction of the “dry port” complex, the infrastructure of the special economic zones at Khorgos – East Gate and the National Industrial Petrochemical Technological Park in Atyrau and Taraz.

Fourth, to continue the construction of the EXPO-2017, I have ordered the allocation of 40 billion tenge in 2015 adding to the already allocated 25 billion tenge.

Fifth, on the eve of EXPO-2017, we need to take care of the development of Astana’s transport infrastructure. This year the capital airport will reach its maximum capacity – 3.5 million people. Therefore, to increase its potential, I have ordered the allocation in 2015 of 29 billion tenge on the construction of a new terminal and a reconstruction of the landing strip. This will allow us to increase airport capacity to 7.1 million of passengers per year by 2017.

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ASTANA-capital  and host city of WORLD EXPO 2017

Dear people of Kazakhstan,

In view of new external risks for the development of our economy, we need new initiatives to stimulate business activity and employment. The Infrastructure Development Plan, which I want to make public today, will become the core of the New Economic Policy. It is intended to last for five years and is to run in parallel with the Second Five Year term of the Programme of Accelerated Industrial and Innovative Development. More than 100 foreign companies intend to participate in its implementation. The total investment portfolio will make 6 trillion tenge, with the state contributing 15 per cent of the total.

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Kazakhstan owns a territory so vast it would tire the wings of a bird to fly over it. Thus, this plan requires huge funds and hard work. There is a saying: “If you want to know a nation’s prosperity look at its paths.” Road connections are of high importance, not only for travel, but also for the transportation of goods. In ancient times our big cities were located along the Great Silk Road.

Nowadays, all essential life depends on access to the main highways. Roads are the essence of life, the source of a modern existence. All the regions of Kazakhstan need to be closely connected by railroads, highways, and air services. The nine roads, connecting with each other in Astana are like the roots of life, spread our capital’s creative spirit. Improving interconnectivity between the regions will eventually lead to a greater domestic well-being. It will strengthen trade and economic ties between the regions. There will be new markets emerging from inside the country. Therefore bringing together distant parts is the main focus of today’s address.

 In Astana s-au pus bazele in 2013 unui noi proiect economic numit Drumul Matasi ce isi propune sa lege economic Uniunea Europeana de China-web

ASTANA: a perfect and lofty city in the heart of Kazakhstan

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First, the development of transport and logistics infrastructure will be formed around regional hubs, connected through Astana as the central hub and backbone by highways, railways and airlines. But first, we need to implement the main road projects. They are Western China to Western Europe; Astana to Almaty; Astana to Ust-Kamenogorsk; Astana to Aktobe to Atyrau; Almay to Ust-Kamenogorsk; Karaganda to Zhezkazgan to Kyzylorda; Atyrau to Astrakhan.

It is also necessary to continue the creation of a logistical hub in the east and marine infrastructure in the west of the country. The large-scale ferry site from Kuryk and the railway line from Borzhakty to Yersai will contribute to the growth of exports to the west through ports in the Caspian Sea. I have ordered the Government to work on the construction or rental of terminals at dry and sea ports in China, Iran, Russia and the EU.

Second, development of industrial infrastructure. The implementation of infrastructure projects will produce big demand for construction materials, products and services for transport, communication, energy, housing and utility areas.

So, firstly, we need to complete our work on the formation of infrastructure in existing special economic zones. The Government and the akims (governors) need to work in a timely manner to fill those zones with concrete projects. Secondly, they need to explore the possibility of constructing new industrial zones in regions aimed at the development of production facilities of SMEs and raising extra investments. Tourism infrastructure is a separate line. Its main advantage is the opportunity to create jobs. The creation of one job here costs 10 times less than in industry.

Third, the development of energy infrastructure. Extensive work has been carried out within the framework of the industrialisation programme in energy in the past five years. Nevertheless, limited transmission systems create a deficit of electric energy in the southern regions of the country and of natural gas in central and eastern regions. We need to focus on two projects. To construct high voltage lines Ekibastuz – Semey – Ust-Kamenogorsk and Semey – Aktogai – Taldykorgan – Almaty. This will create a balanced energy supply from Kazakh power plants to all regions of the country.

Fourth, the modernisation of housing and utilities infrastructure and water and heat supply networks. The total demand for investments makes no less than 2 trillion tenge with annual allocation till 2020 from all sources of founding of no less than 200 billion tenge.

Today we see significant interest in investing in the modernisation of housing and utilities from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Asian Development Bank, the Islamic Development Bank and private investors. We need to ensure their maximum involvement through the provision of long-term investment rates. Such projects should be co-funded by the state to prevent significant increases in rates. We should allocate up to 100 billion tenge each year to accelerate the level of modernisation in our heat and water supply systems, in addition to the funds already envisaged in the budget.

Fifth, the strengthening of housing infrastructure. The formation of urban centres is accompanied by a significant cross-flow of the population. This creates pressure on the labour market and city infrastructure, including on the housing fund. Therefore, our approach to construction of rental housing should be revised. The state will construct social housing to rent out and provide to the population for long term rent with the right to buy it. The provision of housing directly, without mediators, with low-interest loans will allow us to reduce the cost of acquisition. No first instalment and low mortgage interest will make housing more affordable for various strata of the people of Kazakhstan. Therefore, we will additionally increase funding of construction of rental housing for the amount of 180 billion tenge during 2015-2016.

Sixth, development of social infrastructure. We must resolve the issues of unfit schools and three-shift education, as we set out in our election platform. The funds envisaged in the 3 year budget do not let us to resolve this problem by 2017. Therefore, I have ordered the Government to allocate another 70 billion tenge. Another matter is the lack of kindergartens. I instruct to allocate an additional 20 billion tenge to reduce the deficit of places in preschools within 3 years. Akims must deal will this as much as possible and attract the private sector.

Ten higher education institutions were defined within the framework of the industrialisation programme based on which the link between science, economic sectors and personnel training will be ensured. I have ordered the Government to create the material and technical framework of these education institutions, allocating up to 10 billion tenge by 2017.

Seventh, we need to continue the work to support small and medium businesses and business activities. As of today, the 100 billion tenge from the National Fund aimed at supporting and crediting small and medium enterprises has been fully used. This allowed us to create more than 4,500 jobs. The demand for these funds exceeded the supply by 23 billion tenge. The unprecedented conditions providing credit for businesses at 6 per cent for 10 years were created. There were no such conditions in our country before. We should continue our work to develop small and medium businesses as a driver of economic growth and increase their share to 50 per cent of GDP by 2050. Therefore, we need to use credit facilities for small and medium businesses more effectively at the account of the ADB, EBRD, and the World Bank for the total amount of 155 billion tenge in 2015-2017.

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Kazakhstan of today: a wonderful mixture of tradition, culture and modernity.

Dear people of Kazakhstan,

The situation in the world economy makes it sufficiently hard to achieve our goals without extra financial resources.

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There was a reason why we established the National Fund. It was mainly aimed at providing stable social and economic development, and protecting our country’s economy from unpredictable circumstances. Right now, it is high time to use this fund for our needs. Kazakhstan should avoid repeating the mistakes of other countries. We have to use our internal resources for economic growth efficiently.

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I have made the decision regarding additional allocation of 3 billion US dollars from the National Fund for the period from 2015 to 2017. I have ordered the Government to prepare respective decisions for the allocation of funds from the National Fund and to take into account the required funds in the draft national budget for 2015 within a week. The Government should also undertake measures and ensure effective and rational use of these funds.

The commission created by me will strictly monitor the effective use of the funds and report to me personally. I will request a report about every tenge spent. Special responsibility is imposed on all the akims. Nur Otan must actively get involved into this work and to establish strict party control at all levels.

I am entrusting the Government with ensuring that National Fund resources are allocated efficiently and appropriately to the relevant areas. Every tenge will be under strict control. Nur Otan should take an active part in it, and monitor it closely for the party.

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The investments from the National Fund must be accompanied by structural reforms in the economic sectors. We need to ensure joint implementation of projects with international financial organisations. For instance, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the EBRD and the IDB are ready to allocate about 9 billion dollars for 90 priority projects. The allocated funds should support investment activities, prevent a drop in population’s income and stimulate the creation of new jobs. This will result in sustainable economic growth in the short and medium term.

Our education, health care and agriculture development programmes will continue. We will have a substantial discussion about this at the first extended meeting of the Government next year. The New Economic Policy “Nurly Zhol” is our global step on the path to become one of 30 most developed countries of the world.

All the necessary conditions for successful work have been created. Administrative reforms were carried out, and the new structure of the Government and executive power is working. Every minister knows what to do. We removed redundancy and unnecessary links in management. Akims have the necessary scope of authority. The regions have everything – programmes, resources, finances. Everybody is responsible for their area of work. They now need to knuckle down and set to work.

The New Economic Policy “Nurly Zhol” will become a driver of the growth in our economy during the coming years. 200,000 new jobs will be created by the construction of roads alone. And this means greater employment and growth of income for the population. “Nurly Zhol” will create a multiplier effect in other economic sectors:  production of cement, metal, machinery, bitumen, equipment and related services.

Roads are lifelines for Kazakhstan. Life has always emerged and developed in our vast expanses around roads. We must create such a transport network that car, railway and air lines stretch to all directions from Astana. Like arteries from the heart. Like rays from the sun.

The new lines built by the people of Kazakhstan will renew our economy and community. They will firmly link all the corners of our country with its centre. Cargo traffic will accelerate and increase. The volume of transit through the country will grow. Our citizens will drive on modern and quality highways, and will be able to get to any region quickly and safely. Social infrastructure will improve, new and modern schools and hospitals will provide high-quality services. Finally, this will affect the welfare and the quality of life of each citizen of Kazakhstan. And the main thing is all of this will remain in our land as wealth of our future generations.

Kazakhstan President

President Nursultan Nazarbayev: a true leader of XXI century 

Dear people of Kazakhstan,

There is large and important work in front of us. We must be united to pass this global exam. We must strengthen trust among all the people of Kazakhstan! Be tolerant to each other! These are keys to Kazakhstan’s future. Interethnic harmony is oxygen. We never notice it, when we breathe, we do it automatically – we just live. We must safeguard our unity and our interethnic harmony. No outsider can come and do this for us. Our young grow in a new and independent country. The younger generation did not witness interethnic war or conflict, the devastation of 1990’s. Many people perceive stability and comfortable life in Kazakhstan as something given since their birth.

For what are stability and harmony? It is family welfare, safety, a roof over our head. Peace is the joy of paternity and maternity, health of parents and happiness of our children. Peace is stable work, wages and feeling confident about the future. Peace and stability are the achievement of our entire population, which must be protected and reinforced by everyday hard work. I always say: the young are the foundation of our future. The state has opened up all the doors and all the paths to the new generation! Nurly Zhol is where our creative and dynamic young can invest their efforts and develop!

Next year we will solemnly celebrate 20 years since the adoption of the Constitution and the creation of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan. When we celebrate these dates, we should make the people of Kazakhstan spiritually stronger, united, and even more tolerant. I am convinced that our core principle – Kazakhstan, Only Ahead! – will sound in a new way and will acquire a deeper meaning at this new important turn of our history! I wish success and reaching new heights to all of you, because they will raise our Homeland even higher!

Dear fellow citizens,

We are united by our national idea – Mangilik El (Eternal Nation), making its way to the independent development of “Nurly Zhol”. To follow this path we need to work hard, and to unite our efforts on the way to a brighter future. The Eternal Nation is a unifying force and an inexhaustible source of energy. It is the basis for not only the “Kazakhstan 2050” Strategy, but also the strong ideological foundation of Kazakhstan’s Statehood in the 21st century! The Eternal Nation is itself the source of a new Kazakhstan Patriotism. It is a great principle for the entire society of Kazakhstan.

Adoration for our historical past, pride for today’s fortunes, and faith in our blossoming future – are all covered by the powerful concept of “Mangilik El” (The Eternal Nation). Love for the fatherland is respect for the great legacy of our ancestors, keeping it as safe as the apple of your eye, making a contribution to its development, and passing it on to future generations. This is the ultimate goal of all Kazakhstan.

The foundation of the idea of the Eternal Nation runs very deep. Thirteen centuries ago, the sage Tonykok stated the “Eternal Nation is the goal of all Turkic people.” This means that our national idea, just as the roots of our nationhood, originates from our ancient history. The unity of the people, that’s what makes a viable national idea. Where there is no unity, and discord flourishes, no national ideas can ever come to life. Unity and prosperity are the main reasons for of the great success achieved by Kazakhstan.

Today, thanks to our respect for stability, we have managed great strides forward. Humiliating nobody, denying nobody’s language or cultural heritage, while giving all citizens equal opportunities, helps us strengthen the stability of our country. National unity must be our main treasure to pass on to future generations. We must nurture the concept of national values in the mind of every young person.

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ROMANIAN CULTURAL ELITE WELCOMES KAZAKHSTAN 2050 STRATEGY OF PRESIDENT NURSULTAN NAZARBAYEV

On 21 March 2013, the Embassy of Kazakhstan had hosted the public ceremony to launch two books destined for Romanian cultural market and highlighting the recent developments of political and social life from Kazakhstan.

Cartile pe masa

The book launch was honored by the presence of an impressive number of academics, Romanian diplomats, members of Romania-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Friendship Group and a delegation from Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation.

A special importance was entrusted to the book entitled: KAZAKHSTAN STRATEGY 2050, encompassing the message of President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev to the Kazakh nation.

This political work is presenting the main features of the politic and economic system of Kazakhstan, and is also promoting the measures to be taken by government of the country to bring Kazakhstan in top 30 world economies.

Prezentare carte corecta

Professor dr. Anton Caragea presents the developments that put Kazakhstan among world powers. 

The book is especially relevant, being the first presentation destined to Romanian public of a strategy of development and of a model of economic growth that enjoys world recognition.

The second political work, unveiled for public attention, was concentrated on the works of CONFERENCE ON PEACE AND SECURITY IN EUROPE AND ASIA held in Bucharest, in November 2012.

The conference had publicly endorsed the plan for creating a global security area in Europe and Asia and promoting the peaceful resolution of conflicts, plan drafted and presented by president of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev at CICA High Level meeting held in Astana, in September 2012.

Professor dr. Anton Caragea , Director of  Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had taken the rostrum marking the growing presence of Kazakhstan in today`s world. „Kazakhstan is today one of the most modern world economy, in rapid development, a center of democracy and a key player in international arena.

Today, all the major initiatives to solving humanity problems are coming from Kazakhstan President, Nursultan Nazarbayev„, stated professor dr. Anton Caragea.

The problem of nuclear disarmament can only find a solution by ATOM initiative of Kazakh leader. The issues of world economic crisis, can find a just resolution by the efforts of G Global academic community and finally the challenges of  peaceful settlement of conflicts in Europe and Asia and the reconstruction of international law system can be only realized around the Platform on Security and Peace, drafted out by President Nazarbayev.„

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Kazakhstan Charge d`affairs, Talgat Kaliyev states: Kazakhstan will be sooner, than we are expecting, a member of top 30 world economies. 

The Kazakhstan Charge d`affairs, Talgat Kaliyev, had focus his key note speech on the fabulous achievements of Kazakh economy in the last two decades. During this time the country became the economic heartland of Central Asia, had reconstructed the Silk Road, in a modern version and had transformed in one of the most competitive world economy.

The STRATEGY KAZAKHSTAN 2050 will propel the country in the top 30 world economy`s and will consolidate the Kazakhstan economic miracle model, and will turn it in a model for world development, concluded Ambassador Talgat Kaliyev.

Senator Ionel Agrigoroaiei had presented, in an enthusiastically atmosphere, the Romania Senate congratulation for the book launch and expressed also the admiration and high esteemed in which the President Nursultan Nazarbayev is held by Romanian political society.

The Kazakhstan model of rapid development, creating a strong and wealthy middle class, spreading equitable the national income, it is a model for Romania to get inspiration from, stated Senator Ionel Agrigoroaiei.

The public ceremony to launch the two political works, held by the Embassy of Republic of Kazakhstan, was a new indication of a strategic relation that is uniting the two countries. A bilateral relation that is, rapidly, transforming itself in one the pillars of Romanian foreign policy.

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KAZAHSTAN 2050. DRUMUL UNEI NATIUNI SPRE PROSPERITATE SI IMPORTANTA GLOBALA

Traim fara indoiala o perioada furtunoasa si dificila. O perioada de schimbari rapide in domeniul economic si politic la nivel mondial.

Un timp al crizelor puternice, ce pune sub semnul intrebarii fundamentele statului national si viitorul economiilor nationale si pune sub presiune asigurarea protectiei sociale si valorile considerate odinioara drept sacrosante ale neo-liberalismului.

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In aceasta perioada a haosului si improvizatiei doar cateva natiuni isi permit luxul de a realiza previziuni si planuri economice si politice pe termen lung. China si Statele Unite isi construiesc si propun popoarelor lor si partenerilor internationali o viziune pe termen lung asupra dezvoltarii lor nationale.

In acest timp al incertitudinilor si primejdiilor, cand chiar si o predictie economica pe termen scurt este considerata hazardata, doar cateva natiuni au resursele necesare si dorinta de a actiona drept calauze pentru viitorul mondial.

In data de 17 decembrie 2012, Kazahstanul a intrat in  acest select club al natiunilor constiente de rolul si pozitia lor in plan regional si global, prin prezentarea unui plan ambitios, realist si bine construit, vizand dezvoltarea viitoare a Kazahstanului pana in 2050.

Prin vocea presedintelui sau, Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazahstanul a creat prototipul unui model de constructie nationala pe termen lung. Un adevarat model, la nivel regional si mondial, de constructie statala sanatoasa si stabila.

Kazahstan 2030 : depasind crizele si stabilizand natiunea.

Kazahstanul nu este la prima etapa a planului de constituire a unei societati deschise si a unei economii puternice.

In 1997, Kazahstanul si-a stabilit principalele etape de dezvoltare, prin strategia prezidentiala : Kazahstan-2030.

Departe de a fi doar o strategie pe hartie, strategia pana in 2030 s-a demonstrat a fi un mod perfect prin care Kazahstanul si-a construit o natiune si o economie puternica.

Programul a permis Kazahstanului sa isi exploateze rezervele substantiale de petrol si gaze naturale, sa devina dintr-un stat izolat un stat conectat la intreaga lume prin intermediul unui nou Drum al Matasii, dar ce transporta acum energie si comert. Prin acest plan, Kazahstanul si-a creat o economie moderna, ce nu depinde doar de resursele energetice, ci pune accentul mai ales pe uriasul potential de inteligenta si inventivitate nationala. S-a pus astfel baza unei economii a cunoasterii, ca element central pentru dezvoltarea durabila in secolul XXI.

Lungul sir de succese economice a fost acompaniat pe scena interna de stabilitate politica si de construirea unei societati bazate pe democratie si valori fundamentale precum : protectia drepturilor minoritatilor nationale si religioase.

In zona politicii externe, Kazahstanul a obtinut aprecieri,  la nivel mondial, pentru succesul deosebit al proiectelor de reforma propuse in timpul Presedintiei Organizatiei pentru Securitate si Cooperare in Europa. Alte succese extraordinare au fost obtinute in timpul  presedintiei de doi ani ( caz unic ) la Organizatia Conferintei Islamice , succes ce a transformat Kazahstanul intr-un lider al dialogului intre lumea islamica si  lumea occidentala.

Cel mai recent succes diplomatic al Kazahstanului a fost propunerea de a construi o zona de securitate si cooperare in Europa si Asia, propunere lansata in septembrie 2012, la Astana, in cadrul Conferintei pentru Stabilitate in Asia, de presedintele Nursultan Nazarbayev. Aceasta recenta propunere a facut din Kazahstan promotorul unui dialog intercontinental, vast si atotcuprinzator,  ce ar putea sa transforme peisajul politic al secolului XXI.

Concluzionand, Kazahstan 2030 a demonstrat a fi nu doar o strategie a succesului pentru Kazahstan, dar si un exemplu pentru toate natiunile lumii asupra modului in care un stat poate deveni un lider regional si mondial prin succesul sau.

Principala caracteristica a planului Kazahstan 2050 : intelegerea transformarilor secolului XXI.

In celebra sa lucrare : Cei sapte stalpi ai intelepciunii, faimosul Lawrence al Arabiei nota ca : elementul fundamental al unui plan este sa raspunda necesitatilor ridicate de timpul sau.

Kazahstan 2050 incepe prin a enumera schimbarile fundamentale ale secolului XXI. Secolul XXI este o perioada a schimbarilor,a accelerarii istoriei, a provocarilor politice, ecologice si economice, o lume complet diferita de secolul XX.

In loc de a forta realitatea sa intre in cadrul planului, strategia Kazahstan 2050 ofera o analiza realista si practica a necesitatilor lumii de azi si a solutiilor disponibile.

Pe baza invatamintelor de pana acum, Kazahstanul a inteles ca realizand o poveste de succes, ce ofera solutii intregii lumi, este cel mai bun mijloc pentru a-si atinge obiectivele, nu doar in propriul interes, dar pentru a aduce valoare si a isi impune prezenta in lume.

Kazahstan 2050 : vesti bune pentru poporul kazah.

Kazahstanul a devenit in ultimii 20 de ani o casa a pacii, a intelegerii,a tolerantei  inter-etnice si inter-religioase, ce contrasteaza cu lumea haotica din afara.

Una din explicatii este, fara indoiala, succesul economic de care se bucura Kazahstanul, nu doar una din economiile cu cea mai rapida rata de crestere din lume, dar si o destinatie de top a investitorilor, conform statisticilor economiei mondiale.

Kazahstan 2050 pune bazele unei economii sanatoase, ce isi continua procesul de crestere.

Investiind in protectia sociala si punand bazele unei cresteri interne, sunt componentele cheie ale acestei cresteri economice constante. Modernizand potentialul economic, investiind in noi tehnologii, sunt toate politicile ce vor asigura competitivitatea economica a Kazahstanului si crearea unei economii bazate pe cunoastere .

Modernizarea economiei se bazeaza si pe transferul de tehnologie, iar acum Kazahstanul devine un campion al modernizarii economice prin transfer de tehnologie. Totodata sistemul educational kazah, in combinatie cu sustinerea spiritului antreprenorial, se constituie in baza revolutiei manageriale ce a plasat Kazahstanul in topul economiilor mondiale, la indicatorii de creativitate si cunoastere incorporate in productia economica.

Extrem de interesant este si noul concept de patriotism kazah. In loc sa joace cartea nationalismului sau a sovinismului,  presedintele Nursultan Nazarbayev cere ca traditia, limba si egalitatea de sanse sa se combine intr-un nou model al tanarului kazah, un om de succes: o persoana bine educata, bogata, sanatoasa, ce se bucura de beneficiile unui stat deyvoltat si ale unei administratii eficiente si de un sistem medical modern. Kazahstanul promite sa puna la bazele planului sau pana in 2050 individul si sansele sale de a invinge in complexul secol XXI.

De la Kazahstan pentru lume. De la lume pentru Kazahstan.   

        

Una din conditiile realizarilor extraordinare ale Kazahstanului in arena nationala si internationala a fost intelegerea faptului ca puternicul Kazahstan nu ar putea sa evolueze singur in lume, dar trebuie sa fie intotdeauna parte a evolutiilor internationale. Sunt multe exemple ce sprijina supozitia ca acesta a fost baza reusitelor Kazahstanului, in cei 20 de ani de independenta.

Miracolul economic al Kazahstanului s-a bazat pe parteneriatul cu companiile occidentale si cu tehnologia extractiva , dar si pe baza negocierilor politice cu Rusia, pentru a deschide exploatarii zona Marii Caspice.

Expozitia Astana 2017 este o alta proba a lectiei beneficiului dublu pe care Kazahstanul o ofera omenirii. Managementul kazah al exploatarii resurselor energetice, lectiile protectiei ecologice si ale furnizarii de energie pentru viitor, curata si ieftina, sunt lectii ce vor aduce beneficii economiei mondiale si generatiilor urmatoare.

Este aceasta doar o ilustrare a conceptului kazah al obtinerii semnificatiei si importantei globale prin succes.

Dezvoltarea economica a Kazahstanului a transformat tara intr-unul din actorii cheie ai dezvoltarii in Asia si Europa. Kazahstan 2050 promite sa isi continue politicile intelepte : de la Kazahstan pentru lume, de la lume pentru Kazahstan, construind o sinergie ce poate fi doar benefica pentru toate natiunile lumii.

Acum lectiile programului Kazahstan 2050 sunt vizibile pentru toti: un exemplu al unei societati bazate pe oameni liberi, ce construiesc o natiune a viitorului, nu in izolare sau competitie, dar in armonie cu toate celelalte natiuni. In concertul natiunilor Kazahstanul lanseaza o noua voce: o voce a sperantei.

Prof.dr.Anton Caragea MA,FINS,EDA

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A NATION WAY TO PROSPERITY AND GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE by PROFESSOR DR. ANTON CARAGEA, MA, FINS, EDA

We are living through difficult and boisterous time. A period of rapid changes in world economic and political system, a time of powerful crisis that is shaking the fundaments of national states and of national economies and is putting under strain the social protection and all the values of economic neo-liberalism.

professor dr.Anton Caragea at kazakhstan 2050

In this chaotic period, just a few nations are allowed the luxury of economic and political long time forecast and predictability: China and United States are creating and proposing to their people and foreign partners a long term vision of development and national statehood construction.
In a time of peril and un-certitude, when even a short time economic prediction is considered hazardous, just a few nations are having the will to act as beacons of lights and direction for their region.

In 17th of December 2012 Kazakhstan had enter to this select club of nations, conscientious of their role and position in the continental and world stage by presenting an ambitious, realistic and well carved plan for future of Kazakhstan until 2050.
By the voice of his President, Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan had created the prototype of a long term, healthy and stable construction model for the country, the region and the world.

Kazakhstan 2030: weathering the storm and creating a nation.

Kazakhstan it is not at the first step in a managed transition towards a stable and democratic society and a powerful economy.
In 1997 Kazakhstan had already carved the landmarks of his astonishing development by the presidential strategy- Kazakhstan 2030.
Far from being just a window dressing, the strategy for 2030 had proved to be a perfect way for charting Kazakhstan after the independence in the incertitude of nation building and construction of a viable economy.
The program had allowed Kazakhstan to tap into national reserves of oil and gas, to gush out of the enclave country status via the reconstructed Silk Road of energy and trade, to create a modern economy, not depending only on energy resources, to build a huge potential of national intelligence and to foster the economy of knowledge, the base for a XXI century reliable economy.

The long string of economic successes was accompanied in the internal sphere by political stability, based on democratic and open society values, the protection of national and religious minorities.
In the area of external policy, Kazakhstan had gather the powerful laurels of a successful reform project carried out during his Presidency of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. An impressive success was also the unprecedented two year chairmanship of Organization of Islamic Conference that transformed Kazakhstan in a leader of dialogue between Islam and Western world.

The latest major diplomatic achievement of Kazakhstan was the proposal of building an area of security and cooperation in Europe and Asia, launched in September 2012, in Astana, at CICA Conference by President Nursultan Nazarbayev. This latest proposal makes Kazakhstan the promoter of an all-inclusive, intercontinental dialogue, that could transform the political landscape of XXI century.
In the end, Kazakhstan 2030 had proved to be not only a successful strategy for Kazakhstan, but also an example for all the countries of the world on how a nation by the sole fact of building himself, can become a regional and world significant player.

The main pillar of Kazakhstan 2050: understanding of XXI century.

In its world acclaimed book: The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the famous Lawrence of Arabia had mentioned that: the most important, but also decisive part of a plan is to be in line with the necessity of his time.
Kazakhstan 2050 starts by outlining the fundaments of the world in XXI century. A period of change, of accelerating history, of economic, political and ecological challenges, a world completely different from the world of XX century.
Instead of training to force the reality to enter in the realm of possibility, Kazakhstan 2050 is offering a realistic and practical assessment of the necessities of today world and of the available solutions.
Fallowing his long term tradition, Kazakhstan understands that creating a success story and offering solutions to the world is the best way to serve not only his interest, but also to add value to his place in the world.
Kazakhstan 2050: good news for people of Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan had become in the last 20 years an abode of peace, inter-ethnic and inter-religious understanding in a troubled world. One of the explanation is undoubtedly the economic success that made the Kazakhstan not only one of the fastest growing economy in the world, but also a top investor destination in the world economy statistics.

Kazakhstan 2050 is providing the basis for this healthy economy to continue his growth process. Investing in social protection and creating a strong internal demand are key factors for a stable rate of growth. Modernizing the economic potential, investing in new technologies are policy that will insure the world competitiveness of Kazakhstan national economy and the creation of a knowledge based economy are also a profitable long term investment.

The modern economy is based on technological transfer and Kazakhstan is becoming a champion in modernizing the basis of his economy via technology transfer and more important, Kazakhstan educational system mixed with the accent on entrepreneurship in economic development is creating the base for a managerial revolution, that will put Kazakhstan among the top economy`s of the world in term of creativity and intelligence incorporated in economic production.

Extremely interesting it is also the concept of a Kazakhstan patriotism. Instead of playing the card of nationalism or chauvinism, President Nursultan Nazarbayev is calling for the tradition, language and equality to blend into a new and successful Kazakh: a person well educated, wealthy , healthy enjoying the benefits of a modern state and administration and a state of the art medical system.
Kazakhstan is promising to put at the core of his foundation plan for 2050 the individual and his chances to prevail in a complex XXI century.

From Kazakhstan to the world. From world to Kazakhstan.

One of the keys of Kazakhstan national and international success was understanding that Kazakhstan could not evolve alone in the world, but always must stay in touch and be an intricate part of the world evolutions. There are many examples that support this conjecture in Kazakhstan two decades of independence story.

Kazakhstan economic miracle was built on partnership with western companies and oil extraction technology, but also on political negotiation with Russia on Caspian Sea exploration.
The Astana Expo 2017 will also be a proof of the lesson of mutual profit that Kazakhstan is offering to the world. Kazakhstan management of energy, the lessons of ecology and energy for a future, of environment protection, are going to be beneficial for the world economy and for the generations to come. This is just a new illustration of the Kazakhstan concept of successful quest for global significance.
Kazakhstan economic development had transformed the country in a major player in the development of Asia and Europe. Kazakhstan 2050 promises to continue this wise policy: from Kazakhstan to the world, from world to Kazakhstan, creating a synergy that could only beneficial for all the world nations.

Now the lessons of Kazakhstan 2050 are available for everybody: an example of a society of free people building a country for the future, not in isolation or competition, but in harmony with the world nations. In the concert of nations Kazakhstan is ushering in a new tone: a tone of hope.

Professor dr. Anton Caragea MA, FINS, Dr.Hc

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PROFESOR DR. ANTON CARAGEA PRIMESTE PREMIUL PENTRU VOCATIA COOPERARII INTERNATIONALE

In data de 30 noiembrie 2012, a avut loc ceremonia inmanarii premiilor pentru realizari in diplomatie si relatii internationale, gazduita de Revista Balcanii si Europa.

Professor A.Caragea receives the prize

Prof.dr.Anton Caragea primind premiul pentru  VOCATIA COOPERARII INTERNATIONALE.

Premiile omagiaza, anual, cele mai importante personalitati ale vietii diplomatice din Romania, personalitati care s-au evidentiat de a lungul timpului pentru rolul lor pozitiv in creionarea politicii externe a Romaniei si in imbunatatirea imaginii externe a tarii noastre.

In acest an prof.dr.Anton Caragea, Directorul Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica,  a fost considerat drept cel mai bun diplomat roman, primind premiul pentru  VOCATIA COOPERARII INTERNATIONALE.

In anii trecuti premiul VOCATIA COOPERARII INTERNATIONALE a fost acordat Presedintelui Macedoniei : Boris Trajkovski , Presedintelui Azerbaidjanului : Ilham Aliyev si Primului Ministru al Greciei : Constantinos Simitis etc.

In cadrul ceremoniei de acordare a distinctiei, raspunzand expunerii de motive oferite de jurnalistul Carol Roman, directorul Publicatiei Balcanii si Europa, prof.dr. Anton Caragea a prezentat principalele elemente ale politicii externe romanesti ce trebuie sa devina puncte fundamentale de actiune in viitor.

Prof.dr.Anton Caragea a subliniat necesitatea ca vocea Romaniei sa devina o voce a Europei, atunci cand vorbeste Bucurestiul in politica externa mondiala trebuie sa se stie ca vorbeste si Europa, Romania fiind un element de baza al constructiei europene, a subliniat prof.Anton Caragea.

A.caragea speech at award ceremony

Prof.dr.Anton Caragea rostind discursul de acceptare a premiului.

Un alt principiu de baza il constituie necesitatea ca Romania sa se reindrepte spre sistemul de parteneriate ce a facut din tara noastra in trecut un pilon de prim rang al securitatii mondiale.

Astfel prof.dr. Anton Caragea a subliniat rezultatele extraordinare ale acestei reorientari prin exemplele relatiei Romaniei cu Kazahstanul si Emiratele Arabe Unite.

Prin parteneriatul strategic cu Kazahstanul, tara noastra a putut gazdui, in februarie 2010, Conferinta de Pregatire a Organizatiei pentru Securitate si Cooperare in Europa ( OSCE)  si ideile prezentate in Conferinta de la Bucuresti au constituit baza pentru reforma OSCE, fiind dezbatute ca documente fundamentale in conferinta la nivel inalt din Astana, in decembrie 2010.

Apoi, in 2011, Romania a gazduit cea mai mare conferinta internationala, dupa cea de la Washington, pentru a marca independenta Kazahstanului, iar in 2012 , Romania a fost prima tara europeana ce si-a anuntat sprijinul pentru Astana, drept capitala a Expozitiei Mondiale-EXPO 2017 si a marcat festiv cei 20 de ani de relatii diplomatice dintre tara noastra si Kazahstan.

Sa marcam si gazduirea de catre Romania a Conferintei pentru Securitate si Cooperare Europa-Asia, in noiembrie 2012,  cand elita tarii  noastre si-a exprimat sustinerea pentru proiectul presedintelui Kazahstanului, Nursultan Nazarbayev, de constituire a unei zone de securitate si cooperare intre Europa si Asia.

Sunt acestea doar cateva momente ale unei relatii ce trebuie sa fie un exemplu pentru relatiile Romaniei cu alte state, a concluzionat prof.dr. Anton Caragea .

Anton caragea-Emirate-kazakhstan

Prof.dr.Anton Caragea alaturi de Ambasadorul Emiratelor Arabe Unite-Yacoub Yousef Al Hosani si Insarcinatul cu Afaceri al Kazahstanului – Talgat Kaliyev. Kazahstan-ul si Emiratele Arabe Unite fiind intre tarile ale caror relatii cu Romania au cunoscut o crestere rapida in perioada mandatului prof.dr.Anton Caragea. 

Prof.dr. Anton Caragea a mai mentionat si vizitele sale in Emiratele Arabe Unite, Tajikistan si Turkmenistan, ca elemente de constituire a unor noi punti de coooperare.

In aplauzele asistentei, prof.dr. Anton Caragea si-a primit premiul pentru  VOCATIA COOPERARII INTERNATIONALE, marturie a aprecierii fata de o activitate diplomatica meritorie.

Cu aceasta ocazie au mai fost onorati, intre altii , pentru contributia lor la dezvoltarea relatiilor bilaterale : Ambasadoarea Republicii Populare Chineze- dna. Huo Yuzhen, Ambasadorul Bulgariei in Romania- Aleksandar Filipov si Ambasadorul Statelor Unite in Romania etc.

Premiul VOCATIA COOPERARII INTERNATIONALE a fost acordat in trecut Presedintelui Macedoniei : Boris Trajkovski , Presedintelui Azerbaidjanului : Ilham Aliyev si Primului Ministru al Greciei : Constantinos Simitis

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ROMANIA HOSTS THE SUPPORT CONFERENCE ON PLATFORM OF SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE AND ASIA LAUNCHED BY PRESIDENT NURSULTAN NAZARBAYEV

On 13 November 2012, the Romanian capital: Bucharest, will host the principal conference dedicated to security and cooperation issues in Eurasia region for this year.

 

The Conference on Platform for Security and Cooperation in Europe will forge an European and Romanian diplomatic elite response to the new challenges on security in Europe and Asia.

 

Romanian constant support for peace initiatives proven during Helsinki Conference when Romanian become one of the funding fathers of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and of Helsinki Agreements.

 

 The conference will analyze the most recent proposal put forward to achieve a security area from Atlantic to Pacific and a series of instruments to create confidence building measures and ways to resolving frozen conflicts in Euro-Asian region and to ensure détente on world scale.

 

In September 2012, at the Astana Conference on Central Asian Confidence Initiative (CICA) the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev had presented a complex plan to achieve peace and stability in XXI century.

The Bucharest conference, organized under the High Patronage of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation, will debate the response that Europe must present to this peace and security initiative on global level.

 

The conference will listen to key world policy makers such as former Romanian President Mr. Emil Constantinescu, President of Romanian Parliament-Valeriu Zgonea, President Professor dr. Anton Caragea,  Director of European Diplomatic Academy Mr. Mircea Constantinescu, Kazakhstan Ambassador Mr. Talgat Kaliyev, Minister Dan Sova on behalf of Romanian Government etc.

 

In 2010 Romania hosted the Conference on Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe ( OSCE)  in support of reform program of OSCE

 

The new Platform for Security and Cooperation in Europe and Asia will allow Romania and Europe to regain a voice and an identity on international level.

In the last decade, Europe find herself paralyzed in his international politics actions by a list of frozen conflicts in Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Kosovo , hampered also by economic crisis and by debt crises and last but not least by a lack of long term vision of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe ( OSCE).

On his turn, the Asian continent is confronted by the absence of a general security forum like OSCE, is highly fragmented on security issues and is confronted by a period of inter-state`s conflicts and tensions, aroused by economic crisis and the rapid pace of globalization.

In order to avoid new global conflict, that could destroy the nation-states and put under question the present day international relations system, the only solution is to build a Platform for Security and Cooperation, that will unite all the states and organizations that will uphold as sacred a list of international law principles .

This list of principles such as: independence, national statehood, the non-interference in internal affairs and the cooperation based on reciprocal advantages and equality of small and big states and the relinquishing of the use of force or threat of using force and banning aggressive concepts such as: preventive strike and humanitarian intervention will appear as a necessity on global level.

 

The Committee for preparing the Conference on Platform of  Security and Cooperation in Europe and Asia.    

 

The Bucharest conference will debate the key elements of the Platform of Security and Cooperation in Europe and Asia and will up-hold a response to the peace initiatives tabled by President of Kazakhstan- Nursultan Nazarbayev.

For Romania, the replay can only by a positive one.

Romania is a nation that sustained constantly and sincere, all the peace and confidence building measures on world stage in the last 100 years and a nation that created by his ideas the fundaments of  the theory of relinquishing and banning the use of force or threat of force in the sphere of international relations.

 

The voice of Romania, the voice of peace and moderation, can be heard once more in the Conference on 13 November 2012.

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ROMANIA GAZDUIESTE CONFERINTA DE SPRIJIN PENTRU PLATFORMA DE COOPERARE EUROPA-ASIA LANSATA DE PRESEDINTELE NURSULTAN NAZARBAYEV

In data de 13 noiembrie 2012, capitala Romaniei va gazdui cea mai importanta conferinta destinata cooperarii si securitatii in regiunea Eurasia din ultimul an.

 

Conferinta, Platforma de Securitate si Cooperare Europa-Asia, are rolul de a oferi un raspuns al elitei diplomatice romanesti, dar si europene, la noile schimbari in planul  securitatii in zona europeana si asiatica.

 


In lunga sa traditie de sprijin a initiativelor de pace Romania a fost unul din parintii Acordurilor de la Helsinki si ai Organizatiei pentru Securitate si Cooperare in Europa

 

In cadrul conferintei va fi prezentata cea mai recenta platforma de creare a unei zone de securitate, de la Atlantic la Pacific si o serie de instrumente pentru detensionarea situatiei mondiale si facilitarea rezolvarii conflictelor inghetate din regiunea euro-asiatica.

In septembrie 2012, in Conferinta de la Astana pentru stabilirea masurilor de detensionare a situatiei in Asia Centrala, Presedintele Kazahstanului, Nursultan Nazarbayev a prezentat un plan complex pentru realizarea  unui climat de pace si stabilitate pentru secolul XXI.

 

Conferinta de la Bucuresti, organizata sub Inaltul Patronaj al Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica, va dezbate raspunsul pe care Europa trebuie sa il dea acestei propuneri de promovare a pacii si securitatii la nivel global.

 

In cadrul Conferintei vor lua cuvantul creatori de varf ai politicii internationale printre care ii amintim pe : fostul Presedinte al Romaniei Emil Constantinescu, Valeriu Zgonea-Presedintele Camerei Deputatilor, Presedinte Prof.dr.Anton Caragea,  Directorul Academiei Diplomatice Europene : prof.Mircea Constantinescu, Dan Sova-Ministru in Guvernul Romaniei, Ambasadorul Kazahstanului in Romania-Talgat Kaliyev etc.

 

In 2010 Romania a sprijinit reforma OSCE prin organizarea Conferintei de la Bucuresti asupra reformei  Organizatiei pentru Securitate si Cooperare in Europa

Noua Platforma de Securitate si Cooperare in Europa si Asia poate permite Europei si Romaniei sa isi regaseasca o voce in cadrul politic international.

 

In ultimul deceniu, Europa a fost paralizata, in actiunile sale de politica internationala, de o serie de conflicte inghetate precum cele din Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaidjan, Kosovo, de criza economica si criza datoriilor la nivel european si de criza de viziune a Organizatiei pentru Securitate si Cooperare in Europa ( OSCE).

La randul sau, continetul  asiatic duce lipsa de o organizatie centrala, de tipul OSCE, este extrem de fragmentat in domeniul constructiilor de securitate  si traverseaza o perioada de conflicte si tensiuni, agravate de criza economica si de ritmul rapid al globalizarii.

Ca atare, pentru a evita noi conflicte la nivel global, ce pot distruge statele natiune si pune sub semnul intrebarii fundamentele sistemului de relatii inetrnationale, constituirea unei largi platforme pentru securitate si cooperare, care sa reuneasca  toate statele si organizatiile ce respecta un set de principii internationale, apare ca o evidenta  necesitate.

Principii precum : suveranitatea si independenta, neamestecul in treburile interne si colaborarea pe baze de avantaj reciproc, egalitatea in drepturi intre toate statele si renuntarea  la folosirea fortei si a amenintarii cu forta si la concepte agresive de tipul loviturii preventive si al interventiei umanitare, apare ca o necesitate la nivel global.

 

Pregatind Conferinta pentru Platforma de Securitate si Cooperare Europa-Asia.

 

Conferinta de la Bucuresti va lua in discutie aceste elemente-cheie ale  Platformei de Securitate si Cooperare in Europa si Asia si va oferi un raspuns  initiativei de pace a Presedintelui Kazahstanului, Nursultan Nazarbayev.

 

Pentru Romania, natiune care a sprijinit in mod constant si sincer toate initiativele de pace si de stabilitate la nivel mondial in ultima suta de ani si care a pus bazele, prin activitatea sa, la intreaga teorie a renuntarii la forta si amenintarea cu forta in cadrul relatiilor internationale, raspunsul la initiativa de pace si securitate nu poate fi decat unul pozitiv.

Vocea Romaniei, vocea a pacii si  a moderatiei, va putea fi auzita din nou in cadrul conferintei din 13 noiembrie 2012.

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