• Thu. Dec 1st, 2022

The President noted that since this year, Kazakhstan has been celebrating Republic Day in a new way,
which has received the status of a national holiday.

Head of State Kassym-Jomart Tokayev congratulated the people of Kazakhstan on Republic Day, Total.kz
reports.

“Dear compatriots!

I congratulate you on Republic Day!

The Declaration of State Sovereignty of Kazakhstan opened the way to our sacred Independence.

Therefore, this document is of historical importance.

Starting this year, we are celebrating Republic Day in a new way, which has received the status of a
national holiday.

I am sure that this initiative will receive wide support in society and become a good tradition.

Republic Day is a bright holiday designed to elevate the spirit of the people, strengthen statehood,
strengthen our unity and solidarity.

We have started building a Just Kazakhstan. This lofty goal can be achieved only with the active
participation of all Kazakhstanis, because the main support and the greatest wealth of the state are
citizens!

On the occasion of the revived national holiday, a ceremony of raising the state flag will be held in the
regions. This is an important event aimed at strengthening patriotism, the spirit of our people, and
national identity. Our sky blue banner represents the values ​​of sovereignty, freedom, unity and peace.

We are faithful to the precepts of our ancestors, who have always carried our banner high. Therefore,
the flag-raising ceremony will demonstrate the deep meaning of the national holiday.

We have no other Fatherland except Kazakhstan.

We have clear aspirations and common goals.

We will always sacredly honor Independence and strengthen our statehood.

We have one Motherland, one state, one people!

Together we will build a Just Kazakhstan!

Once again, I congratulate you on the Republic Day!

I wish you all good health and prosperity!

Let the sovereignty of our country grow stronger!

Source : Total KZ

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