Book about Nursultan Nazarbayev presented in Moscow
The TASS news agency presented in Moscow the book devoted to the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev "The name which became an era. Nursultan Nazarbayev: new reading of the biography". The author of work is the famous Russian writer Nikolay Zenkovich, BNews.kz reported.
The rector of Lomonosov Moscow State University Viktor Sadovnichii, the dean of faculty of world economy and worldwide policy of National research university "Higher School of Economics" Sergey Karaganov, the First Deputy CEO of TASS Mikhail Gusman, the president of the World association of the Russian press Vitaly Ignatenko, the author of the book - the writer Nikolay Zenkovich, the CEO of Yauza publishing house Pavel Bystrov took part in the event, TASS reported.
As Mikhail Gusman who acted as the moderator of a press conference noted, the publication of the book is dated to the Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
"Today we have very important presentation. On December 1 in Kazakhstan, in the country, friendly for us, by tradition the holiday - Day of the First President is celebrated. Our today's meeting is connected with this event," Gusman said.
The book covers events of world history participant of which was the Head of our state. The rector of Lomonosov Moscow State University Viktor Sadovnichii shared the opinion on the book with participants of the presentation.
"I read the book, relatively everything, it is very interesting. It is interesting that there are such facts, dates, reasonings which, maybe, once we also heard, but in 25 years a lot of things are erased from memory, and here, of course, everything is remembered, and our generation anew endures those events, those difficult years which we saw, since the end of the 80th years. It isn't so easy to pass on this time, many pages concern," he said.
As Sadovnichiy noted, he in life had an honor to know Nursultan Nazarbayev to whom he in return has friendly feelings. He shared the reminiscence about years of acquaintance to our President.
"Nursultan Abishevich showed the aspirations to come into contacts with our country on different areas. I know more that it is connected with science and education. He very much wanted this tradition, powerful school, to keep at home and to cooperate in this question," Sadovnichiy said.