‘Seven Pillars of Statehood’ - guideline for younger generation
The set of principles voiced by the First President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev will become a key guideline for domestic youth in the new era. Important priorities for the development of the country were set on the eve of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Independence, Larissa Pavlovets, a member of the Mazhilis, a lower house of the Kazakh Parliament, said. In her opinion, the ‘Seven Pillars of Statehood’ will allow young citizens to strengthen and multiply the achievements of independent Kazakhstan, as well as preserve national values. New times bring new challenges. In order to be prepared for them, the younger generation needs to engage in self-development, upgrade their skills, be patriots of their country and contribute to its development.
“Over the past 30 years, 9.5 million children were born. It is indeed a new generation that at the present day must embody all the ideas, all the platforms that were started earlier. They must continue to work, to improve the talent pool, and to boost the economic, educational and scientific aspects of our country. It is what a new generation should do, which definitely will not let us down,” opined Larissa Pavlovets, member of Mazhilis, Lower House of Kazakh Parliament.
Translation by Assem Zhanmukhanova
Editing by Saule Mukhamejanova