22.12.2020 | 
Policy
CLASSROOM NAMED AFTER ABAY KUNANBAYEV, FOUNDER OF KAZAKH LITERATURE, OPENED AT YSU
CLASSROOM NAMED AFTER ABAY KUNANBAYEV, FOUNDER OF KAZAKH LITERATURE, OPENED AT YSU
The opening of the classroom named after Abay Kunanbayev, a Kazakh poet and the founder of Kazakh literature, took place today at YSU Faculty of Oriental Studies.

The guests were greeted by Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Public Relations Artur Israyelyan.

He highly appreciated the friendly cooperation between YSU and the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Armenia, thanks to which three basic books were published.

 

"Due to the close ties with the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Armenia, the effective cooperation with YSU and Kazakh partners is always in the center of attention of the Kazakh-Armenian sides." he said.

 

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