Kazakh embassy celebrates independence day

(Photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN - The Kazakh embassy in Amman, in cooperation with National Library of Jordan (NLJ), on Thursday organized a photography exhibition on the occasion of Kazakhstan Independence Day and the centennial of the Jordanian state.اضافة اعلان

The four-day exhibition, which kicked off at the NLJ headquarters, features various photos on the development and growth that Kazakhstan has witnessed over the past three decades, and its investment, tourism and economic opportunities, in addition to the "distinguished" Jordanian-Kazakh relations.

Kazakh Ambassador, Aidarbek Toumatov, said Jordan and Kazakhstan have established "model" relations over the past three decades and Jordan is a key partner to his country in the Arab world.

Noting the development of bilateral relations in all fields, he highlighted the two countries' shared positions and views, and joint contacts at various levels.

The diplomat added that His Majesty King Abdullah II was the first world leader to receive the first Nazarbayev Prize for a Nuclear-Weapon-Free World and Global Security, as His Majesty received the award during his visit to Kazakhstan in 2017.

For his part, the NLJ Director-General, Nidal Ayasra, said this exhibition also comes within the framework of the cultural cooperation agreement signed between the two countries aimed to strengthen their "brotherly" relations under the two countries' leaderships.

On the sidelines of the opening ceremony, a video was aired highlighting Kazakhstan's development and growth in all fields.

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