Students of Nazarbayev Intellectual school in Almaty got the book of the President “Zhyldar men oilar” with his personal autograph. In honor of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan the students of Nazarbayev Intellectual School of the physics and mathematics direction in Almaty met with the State Secretary of the Republic of Kazakhstan Gulshara Abdykalikova in Akorda.
On the threshold of the Day of the First President RK pupils wrote a creative essay on the formation of the independence of Kazakhstan, role of Nursultan Nazarbayev in the creation and development of the state, promotion of national patriotic idea “Mangilik El”, also the articles on Kazakhstan and people who made contribution to its development.
In the course of conversation the State Secretary Gulshara Abdykalikova told the students about responsible and complicated work of the President of the country. State Secretary underlined that the President of Kazakhstan had always cared for children. As the Head of the state said, “Upbringing of children – huge investments into the future. We have to approach to this issue exactly this way and strive for giving the best education to our children”.
In their turn, the best students of the Nazarbayev Intellectual School in Almaty told about their impressions from the visiting of the Residence of the President “Akorda”, expressed admiration by Astana and shared with their plans for the future. Upon the end of the conversation each of the students and accompanying teachers was presented the book of the President “Zhyldar men oilar” with his personal autograph. The State Secretary wished the students success in studies, be the example for their peers and realize his bravest dreams.
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