What world media write about Address of Kazakh President

The Address is actively discussed in the international press
Фото: baigenews.kz 02.09.2022 774

The Address of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev is actively discussed in the world media, both news and analytical. It is worth noting that all the materials are published in a news format.

The list of mass media that have already informed the world about the Address of the President of Kazakhstan includes such major publications as Reuters, Financial Times, Al Jazeera, Al Arabiya, Le Figaro and others. At the same time, the Russian-language press is actively writing about the message, for example, Russia Today, TASS, Kommersant, RIA-Novosti, Sputnik, as well as Russian-language services: TV Rain, Deutsche Welle and not only.

In addition, news about the Address spread in various media of the CIS countries, including Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.

 Financial Times:

 The Financial Times cites the opinion of the managing director and head of the political risk department of the consulting company J.S.Held, Livia Puggie.

"Tokayev has the intention to carry out reforms, it has become part of his brand. By limiting presidential powers to one term, he makes it clear that elections not only strengthen his own power, but also serve to unite society," Puggie said.

Al Jazeera TV Channel:

The channel notes that "if the vote is won, the upcoming elections will strengthen Tokayev's mandate as an independent leader."


The news agency quotes the Twitter account of the US Embassy in Nur-Sultan, which notes that "the United States remains a reliable partner of Kazakhstan and is ready to assist in carrying out large-scale reforms"


 The agency notes that "as steps that will undoubtedly strengthen public support, Tokayev announced an increase in the minimum wage by 17% and plans to distribute half of the investment income of the National Fund to the personal accounts of children under 18, which they can use to pay for education or buy housing."


The publication writes that, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Peskov, noted that the political reforms announced earlier by the leadership of Kazakhstan will not change relations between the states.

"We want to see the future of our bilateral relations and the future of Kazakhstan itself only as the brightest. Kazakhstan is our great partner: both bilaterally and in terms of integration formats," Peskov said.

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