Aida Balayeva takes part in discussion of future of family in Budapest
The Hungarian capital these days has become the epicenter of a global dialogue about the future of the institution of the family. The capital of Hungary was honored by the presence of representatives of 60 countries, including the President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev, the Prime Minister of Italy Giorgia Meloni and the Vice-President of Tanzania Philip Isdor Mpango. The event is held under the motto "Family: the key to security" and brings together not only politicians, but also religious figures, representatives of business, science and the media, El.kz reports.
The special guest of the event was Aida Balayeva, Minister of Culture and Information of Kazakhstan and Chairman of the National Commission for Women, Family and Demographic Policy under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. She will take part in an interactive session where she will discuss family policy issues together with colleagues from Ecuador, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia, Morocco, Slovenia, Qatar, Tunisia.
During the two-day event, participants plan to discuss strategies to create a safe and predictable future for families and future generations. The summit, held every two years with the support of Hungarian President Katalin Novák and the participation of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, aims to become a platform for constructive dialogue between representatives of different countries of the world on demography and family policy.