If a nation does not know its history, if the country loses its history, then its citizens have nowhere to go.
Mirzhakyp Dulatuly

The honored guests congratulated the people of Kazakhstan on the 550th anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate

The honored guests congratulated the people of Kazakhstan on the 550th anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate - e-history.kz
The scientists from different countries congratulated the President N.Nazarbayev and people of Kazakhstan on the given jubilee.

Mojtaba Shariaty-Niassar, Vice Minister, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Professor of

Chemical Engineering (Islamic Republic of Iran) 

I wish to have much more relations between the Iranian and Kazakhstan people, especially, strengthening of the relations between two countries within the scope of science and technology. 

Irina Gennadievna Konovalova, Deputy Director of the Institute of World History, the Russian Academy of Science, Doctor of Historical Sciences (Russia)

We wish all of you health, well-being, new discoveries and achievements. Thank you so much for your openness and hospitality! 

Michail Molchanov, Professor, Doctor of Political Sciences, Saint Thomas University, Fredericton city (Canada) 

I would like to congratulate all the people of Kazakhstan on this marvelous occasion. It is almost a round anniversary — 550 years of the Kazakh khanate, Kazakh statehood. It is amazing how big the path is traversed by Kazakhstan in these 5 and a half centuries. And it is marvelous to see how the country progresses its independence under the leadership of the President Nursultan Nazarbayev. I wish a better future and implementation of all programs that the government and the President advanced in order to make Kazakhstan be one of the 50 largest economies in the world. I think, the country has great opportunities to achieve this goal. On this opportune occasion I wish all the best and good luck to the people of Kazakhstan and express hopes that best future will come very soon. 

Dr. Michael Frachetti, PhD in Archeology, Washington University in St. Louis (USA) 

I am pleased to see that the Republic of Kazakhstan is making this kind of efforts to bring together the international community to understand not only historical records, but also the way Kazakhstan came to the present state nowadays over the last 500 years. I really want to say, “Congratulations!”. 

Galal Elsayed Mostafa Elhefnawy, Professor of Islamic Civilization, Islamic History and Oriental Languages in Cairo University (Egypt) 

I am very happy to see Astana, which is even cleaner than Paris, where I have been recently. I would like to thank the President Nursulatan Nazarbayev, people of Kazakhstan for the establishment of such a country for more than 15 years. 

Catherine Pujol, Historian, Professor of the National Institute of Oriental languages and Civilizations (INALCO) (France, Paris) 

I admire the geopolitical confidence, multipolarity, activity, uniqueness, ambitious younger generation of Kazakhstan. And people of Kazakhstan live with the hope for better life. Notwithstanding the difficulties of the current globalization Kazakhstan is bound to succeed! 

Sung Chul Kim, Research Professor, Institute of Central Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (South Korea) 

Your country is Eurasian one, I hope that all cities of Kazakhstan would cover the identity of Eurasia and also Eurasian cooperation in the world community. I hope that Kazakh community would contribute to facilitating of the world peace, because your country is located between Europe and Asia. 

Mansura Haidar, Professor in the Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (India) 

Nursultan Nazarbayev created this state, Kazakhstan, within over 20 years. The President’s example is the one that a really great leader can take his country to the heights of greatness. The entire region benefited to this policy. Ultimately, a stable region is provided. And I wish the people of Kazakhstan all the best!