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2 thousand more copies of book titled ‘Our Denis’ to be get out in Kazakhstan

23 July, 15:44 181
2 thousand more copies of book titled ‘Our Denis’ to be get out  in Kazakhstan

The Kazakhstani Ministry of Culture and Sport noted, the book dedicated to Denis was released overnight and distributed on July 21 during the farewell to an outstanding athlete.

A book titled ‘Our Denis’ was published by National Library of the President of Kazakhstan by the order of the country’s Ministry of Culture and Sports. BNews.kz reports.

The book includes children's photos of the sportsman, memorable photos from various competitions, the interview of the sportsman, materials of the leading foreign mass media about Denis Ten.

All material for this book was found over the one night. The book was published and distributed during the funeral of Kazakhstan’s figure skater among the people who came at Barys Arena to pay tribute to the memory of Denis Ten in Astana. We also plan to release 2 thousand more copies of the book with additional information. Books will be distributed at the regional, rural, regional, regional level, as well as in libraries of cities of national importance. In addition, we plan to distribute it to sports schools related to our department, " press secretary of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan Aidar Kyrykbai said.

According to the department,  the book will include 10 more pages with the words of the famous Kazakh people during the farewell to the famous figure skater.

"Tomorrow we plan to prepare and finish everything, of course, the book is available for reading in libraries, in the National Academic Library," Aidar Kyrykbai added.

Also, the book will soon be available in electronic format on the official website of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

 It should be reminded, Denis Ten who died from stab wounds at the age of 25 was buried on July 21 in Druzhba village near Almaty. Thousands of people in many cities of Kazakhstan expressed deepest condolences to relatives and friends of the sportsman and came to pay tribute to his memory.

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