The purpose of the event is to provide a scientific explanation of the contribution of the defenders of the Fatherland and the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the development of Kazakh statehood, which will increase the sense of patriotism among young people.
90 years - the dawn of independence of the Kazakh people. As is known, on October 25 of the same year, the Supreme Soviet of the Kazakh SSR proclaimed the Declaration of State Sovereignty. Given the current situation and the importance of ensuring the country's security, President Nursultan Nazarbayev on May 7, 1992, by decree No. 745, announced the creation of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Thus, the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan were born - an important part of our independence.
Leading Researcher, Institute of State History, Ph.D. Kundyzai Yerimbetova noted in her speech: “The National Museum is an institution that makes a huge contribution to the preservation of the spiritual values of the state. Thanks to the work of the collective of the National Museum, the basis for education of patriotism and reverent attitude to the spiritual heritage of the people is being formed. Today’s round table is an indicator of such work. I am the daughter of a veteran of World War II. The father returned from the war without one hand, but he actively joined in a peaceful life. One hand worked on the field with a hoe, fed and raised five children. At that time I did not even think about my father’s disability. Then in the village there were many who returned from the war wounded. We have never shown pity, we did not consider feeble grandfathers without legs, hands or lost sight or hearing in war. Only 5-6 years ago, when it came to the social situation of the people, I remembered that my father did not have a hand. Only then did I realize his condition. He died in 1985. They made a real feat, our fathers and grandfathers, war veterans deserve only respect and praise."
Within the framework of the round table, a book exhibition “Aliya Moldagulova - shygystyn shynary” was organized, dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the birth of A. Moldagulova and the 74th anniversary of the Great Victory. The exhibition featured exhibits from the museum fund on military topics, as well as miniatures of military equipment and military operations, made by a researcher at the National Museum S. Abdrakhmanov.