Monday, 10 February 2020, 17:09:01
On Monday, Feb. 10, in the village of Aukhatty, Korday district, the Government Commission headed by the Deputy Prime Minister Berdibek Saparbayev met with the elders of the auls of Karakemer, Masanchi, Aukhatty, Sortobe, Bulan Batyr of the Korday district.
The meeting was attended by Akim Askar Myrzakhmetov, village elders, authoritative residents, chairs of the Councils of Veterans, heads of central government agencies, deputies of the Parliament.
The meeting participants discussed ways to solve problematic issues, maintaining stability and unity in society. The aksakals agreed that there were serious omissions in the moral-educational work with youth, which led to the fact that the domestic conflict resulted in the well-known events.
The elders agreed to create a joint Council of Aksakals, which will cover these settlements. Domestic problems in these villages will be decided by the elders of the villages on the General Council. They expressed their commitment to educating young people and organizing joint cultural and sporting events to strengthen the spirit of unity between all nationalities living in the Korday region.
“We have been friends since childhood, grew up together, worked together, always go to each other for weddings and funerals. Our youth need to communicate with each other, then they will be closer. We agreed to gather in the mosque in Sortobe on Feb. 11. We will come with our aksakals, they will come with theirs. We will discuss all the existing problems so that this does not happen again,” said public figure, chairman of the district council of veterans Abdibek Seilkhanov.
A resident of the village of Masanchi, Luu Iskhar, also spoke in favor of maintaining unity in society.
“All respected elders will gather to fraternally talk at the table and put an end to it. The day after tomorrow we are going to mosque in Masanchi too. Why mosque? We are all Muslims, just to strengthen friendship, to read the Qur'an, to give a baht so that we no longer have this. We have been living together for one hundred and forty years, in a friendly community and because of some nonhumans this has happened. This is a great spot of shame for us. We will try to solve all these issues,” he replied.
Entrepreneurs from the region expressed a desire to provide financial and material assistance for the restoration and development of their native land.
“I am very concerned about the fate of my village. I built a kindergarten, a sports complex here. Now I'm building a wellness center. I urge businessmen to also improve their native villages. Unfortunately, this problem has been going on for a long time. We need to raise awareness, conduct joint cultural events, unite the local population,” said Kairat Moldaseitov, an entrepreneur from the Karakemer village.