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AlSU will analyze the history of relations between the Slavic and Turkic peoples within the USSR

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Altai State University will host a conference dedicated to the history of relations between the Slavic and Turkic peoples within the USSR.

Altai State University to host a conference on the history of relations between the Slavic and Turkic peoples within the USSR

International conference "Socio-economic and cultural aspects of the interaction between the Slavic and Turkic peoples of the USSR: results and prospects" will be held at Altai State University 26 -May 27 within the project "The Turkic world of the Greater Altai: unity and diversity in history and modernity"  with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The conference was co-organized by the Association of Asian Universities, Russian Historical Society, Kyrgyz National University. J. Balasagyn. The conference is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the USSR.

Scientists from Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan will make presentations at the conference. Among them is the chief researcher of the Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences Tamara Krasovitskaya, professor of the Karaganda State University Zauresh Saktaganova, professor of the Kyrgyz National University. Zh. Balasagyna Ainura Arzymatova, Professor of the Western Caspian University Adgezal Mammadov and other experts.

According to the head of the REC of Altaistics and Turkology "Greater Altai", professor of Altai State University Sergey Zemlyukov, the purpose of the conference is to comprehend the results of the national policy of the USSR, to evaluate the unique historical experience of the interaction of the Slavic and Turkic peoples of the Soviet state in the economic, social, cultural spheres, and, most importantly , - to apply this experience to modern international processes taking place in the border regions of the countries of the Greater Altai and Central Asia.

Doctor of Historical Sciences from the Kyrgyz National University. Zh. Balasagyna Ainura Arzymatova assessed the relevance of the conference topic:

"The 30-year history of existence without the USSR showed what we have lost. We have lost a unique country model of unity and interaction of various peoples and nations, as a result of which a new spiritual community "Soviet people" was formed on the principles of collectivism and a "culture of cooperation", which are lacking in Western society, based on the principles of extreme individualism and spiritual disunity. It was this spiritual "Soviet community" that saved the whole world from

Professor Ainura Arzymatova says that the Soviet period is the most important in the history of the Kyrgyz people. At the conference, the scientist plans to make a report on how Kyrgyzstan in its historical development has passed the path of all the peoples of the USSR. “By the time of the collapse of the USSR, Kyrgyzstan had a high level of urbanization, a diversified industry with a predominant share of heavy industry, and a 100% educated and cultured population with firm confidence in the future,” said Ainura Arzymatova.

According to the leading researcher of the REC of Altaic and Turkic studies, professor of Altai State University Yulia Lysenko, the conference is supposed to discuss the history of Soviet education, the national-territorial demarcation of the Soviet republics, interethnic communication of the Slavic and Turkic peoples during the years of collectivization and industrialization, as well as during the war and perestroika years of the existence of the USSR.

Applications for the conference are accepted until May 10 on the website "Greater Altai" Altai State University.

Big Asia TV channel and website are  official media partner REC "Great Altai" 

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