Israeli Ambassador to Kazakhstan Liat Vekselman today visited the new building of the Museum of the Library of Elbasy. The head of the embassy got acquainted with the expositions that reveal the history of modern Kazakhstan and the formation of the main city of the country.

"I was able to visit all the cultural sites of the capital, which I love to visit. The new building of the museum of the Library of the First President of Kazakhstan is distinguished by its modernity and technological innovations. Everywhere in the halls, there are elements of 3D holography, electronic maps, installations, touch-monitors that provide a wide range of audio and video information. It is particularly impressive that everything here is made in the spirit of national color. This is very important for the young generation of citizens, it is useful for the development of children", said L. Vekselman. 

A guided tour of the museum of the Library of Elbasy gives an opportunity to get acquainted in detail with the history of Kazakhstan independence, successes and achievements.   


"Here everyone can see how much work was done to build and strengthen an independent state, and what an important role in this process belongs to the First President of Kazakhstan N. A. Nazarbayev. Undoubtedly, the museum will become a center of attraction for both foreign tourists and Kazakhstanis themselves. After the end of the pandemic, we will be very pleased to invite guests from Israel here", the Ambassador said. 
Liat Vekselman noted the fruitful cooperation of the Israeli Embassy with the Library of Elbasy. In particular, she recalled the holding in 2020 of a traveling exhibition to mark the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust. 

"Kazakhstan's diplomatic relations with Israel are almost thirty years old. Over the years, the countries have developed multilateral cooperation, covering many areas. Last year, in the Library of Elbasy within the framework of an international project a presentation of the book "Anne Frank's Diary" in Kazakh was held.  In the future, we also plan to hold joint events with the Library, as well as continue to exchange experience in order to further strengthen bilateral cooperation", L. Vekselman said.