A meeting was held at the Library of Elbasy with representatives of the Hungarian international scientific group led by Dr. Mihai Freshli. Within the framework of the memorandum of cooperation, scientists of the two countries are engaged in fruitful scientific cooperation. This time, the experts discussed topical areas for further work.
Particular attention was paid to the article of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Seven Facets of the Great Steppe", as well as the implementation of the tasks set by the Head of State in this publication.
The participants of the meeting - Hungarian guests Mihai Freshli, Monica Kondola, Mark Caroli and the Library staff - agreed that both peoples have common historical and cultural roots, the manifestation of which, in particular, is the cult of the horse, and similar toponymy, and linguistic kinship.
As a result of the meeting, scientists from both sides proposed a plan for further cooperation within the framework of the scientific and educational project "The Great Steppe: space and time" (The Great Steppe: space and time). This project involves conducting research, the results of which can be used in educational seminars-trainings of the Library of Elbasy.