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Mass festivities were banned in Kazakhstan on New Year's Eve

01.01.2021 48 просмотров

The pandemic has made its own adjustments to the celebration of the New Year. Corporate parties, matinees and mass celebrations have been canceled in Kazakhstan. The authorities recommended staying at home on December 31 and not forgetting about sanitary safety measures.


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At minus 20 the kids poured out into the street. Ded Moroz, Snegurochka and their fabulous helpers came to wish Happy New Year. Now flash mobs, round dances, distribution of gifts only in the open air. Due to the pandemic, orders for matinees have halved.

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"At the moment we are spending more holidays in the open air, as it is prohibited in establishments, restaurants and cafes. But every mother calls us, begging us to spend the holiday. Everyone is so tired of the pandemic, everyone wants fun, a holiday,” said Snow Maiden Diana Zhakupova.

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To create a festive mood, people of different ages united for the New Year. Hundreds of craftswomen from Nur-Sultan and different regions of the country are knitting an eco-tree with their own hands. Like a puzzle, it will consist of small squares, in Kazakh “kurak korpe”.

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“Kurak korpe is a symbol of unification. In our project, we show how colors can be combined. Due to the fact that we change colors, craftswomen are even engaged in color therapy. With our vision, we want to brighten the mood of people, so that the mood is positive,” said the author of the project Rakhima Mukusheva.

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“It looks like a talisman. We all wish our country and all people in general all the best so that the New Year goes well. And so it turns out that we also knit our desires,” said Gulzhiyan Nurseitova, a resident of Nur-Sultan.

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