A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been ceremonially signed between the International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAS) and Kazakh Research Institute of Culture represented by the Director General Dr. Andrey Khazbulatov during his official v
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been ceremonially signed between the International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAS) and Kazakh Research Institute of Culture represented by the Director General Dr. Andrey Khazbulatov during his official visit to the headquarters of IICAS in Samarkand.
The MoU has become another step aimed to strengthen successful ongoing cooperation between the institutions and pave the way to further collaboration in the field of science and culture.
The Parties agreed that the prospective cooperation will focus on cultural, social, historic, archaeological, geographic literature and linguistic studies as well as on the Silk Road studies with emphasis on the Central Asia and the Member States of IICAS.
The scope of cooperation under the MoU includes mutual visits of faculty members, cooperation in the framework of research projects, arrangement of joint academic seminars, conferences, workshops and similar events. Besides, both institutions agreed to share academic data and publications, as well as cooperate in other areas of mutual interest. Prospective joint research projects carried out on a collaborative basis are expected to ensure dissemination of the state-of-the-art knowledge in the field of science and culture.
Kazakh Research Institute of Culture, created back in 1934, is one of the leading research centers of the Republic of Kazakhstan, conducting research and comprehensive analysis in the field of culture in accordance with the Concept of cultural policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan and with the aim to integrate into the world cultural space and implementation of effective international cooperation.
More information on Kazakh Research Institute of Culture is available at the following link: https://cultural.kz