Let’s win together!

Yesterday was published a very important Address by the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Leader of the Nation Nursultan Nazarbayev. In his Address, the Head of State presented concrete steps to stop the spread of coronavirus in the country. In addition, a number of areas were identified for overcoming economic difficulties in the country. The appeal shows that at this critical hour, the Head of State remains the true leader of the nation, caring for his country. We fully support the timely and correct initiatives of the President to overcome difficulties in the state!

The Head of State, Nursultan Nazarbayev, called on people to mobilize in support of the decision of President Kassym-Zhomart Tokaev to introduce a state of emergency in Kazakhstan and other urgent measures to prevent the spread of the epidemic.

In this regard, the Head of State emphasized the need to unite representatives of business and citizens to provide financial support to a special fund to help workers and those in need. Our country, together with the visionary policies of the Head of State, has overcome even more complex problems in the 90s and subsequent years.

Therefore, we must support the measures taken by the state, while remaining friendly and patient!

In this regard, in order to overcome the difficulties that have arisen, the International Kazakh-Turkish University has taken its work to a new level. Our university has completely switched to the distance learning mode. To prevent the spread of the epidemic among students in university dormitories, decisive measures were taken on the basis of sanitary and epidemiological rules.

Dear compatriots and colleagues!

I urge all of you to provide support in a period of temporary hardship. The health of each of you is the wealth of the state and nation! Therefore, every citizen must take the necessary measures for his protection.

Let’s win together!


                                                       President of the IKTU

                                                       named after H.A. Yassawi