Kazakh cultural center opens in Brussels
‘Til-Kazyna’ Kazakh cultural center was opened at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Belgium. Children of diplomats and representatives of the Kazakh diaspora now have the opportunity to learn Kazakh language, history, culture, customs and traditions at the lessons and seminars of the center, as well as use the library of the Kazakh Embassy. In addition, the Kazakh cultural center in the Belgian capital plans to give master classes on Kazakh folk crafts and Kazakh traditional cuisine. The Kazakh traditional dances club that was created two years ago will continue its work. The doors of the center are also open for the Kazakh children adopted by Belgian families. Diplomats note that these children show great interest in Kazakhstan.
“The Kazakh cultural center opens its doors for our children and their families, who live far from their homeland. We also look forward to other visitors, who will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the Kazakh culture and language,” said Aigul Kuspan, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Belgium.
30 children will be attending the Kazakh cultural center in Brussels. The center will further expand its audience through online classes. According to the Kazakh Embassy, there are currently 600 Kazakh nationals living in Belgium.