Representatives of foreign media visited the N.Nazarbayev Center


12 December, Within the framework of the press tour organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Islamic Organization for Food Security, the N.Nazarbayev Center for the Development of Interfaith and Intercivilizational Dialogue was visited by editors-in-chief, journalists of leading international publications, news agencies, including: «Bisnis Indonesia» (Indonesia), "Al-Anbat" (Jordan), Emirates News Agency (UAE), Oman Press Agency (Oman), Pakistan Press Agency (Pakistan) « Head of Saudi Information Agency " (Saudi Arabia), "Slovo" (Slovakia), "Asia Plus" (Tajikistan).

During the meeting, the Chairman of the Management Board of the N.Nazarbayev Center B.Sarsenbayev, emphasizing the significant role of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the development of an effective strategy of peace and harmony, focused on the tasks of the Center in strengthening the image of Kazakhstan as a global center for dialogue of religions and civilizations in the international arena. In addition, media representatives informed about the results of the VII Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, as well as the significance of the Declaration adopted at the end of the Congress.

"In the context of the development of modern society, the Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions is a unique dialogue platform, which for its almost 20-year history of existence has taken a special place in the world community to strengthen the principles of harmony and tolerance, mutual understanding and cooperation both within the country and on the international level."

In turn, foreign journalists expressed interest and readiness to further expand productive cooperation with the N.Nazarbayev Center in the field of interfaith dialogue, and also confirmed further support for the international platform - the Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions.

At the end of the meeting, a tour of the Museum of Peace and Harmony was organized for the journalists.