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  • Kazakhstan, Russia to work on public space and urban environment development
21 October, 2019 17:55

Kazakhstan, Russia to work on public space and urban environment development

Both countries have conducted a memorandum aimed at developing joint practices in the area of reconstructing public spaces during the World Urban Parks Congress taking place in the Republic of Tatarstan. The Congress was attended by Kazakh Deputy Premier Roman Sklyar, where he met with Tatar Head of State Rustam Minnikhanov, Strategy2050.kz informs with reference to primeminister.kz.

Kazakhstan, Russia to work on public space and urban environment development  | Strategy2050.kz

The Congress gathered around 120 speakers and over a thousand delegates from Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Africa, Europe and CIS countries, where public outdoor places’ development, the role of green territories in modern megacities and parks’ role in urban environments.

The Kazakh side noted that Kazakhstan and Tatarstan have projects under way in different areas of economy, including machinery, transport cooperation, which is critical to both countries’ economic relations.

The Congress saw Kazakhstan and Russia sign a memorandum aimed at developing joint practices in the area of reconstructing public spaces.

According to the document, the countries’ cooperation will focus on an environmental approach towards space organization, forming a professional community of young architects, engaging citizens and businesses in landscaping projects, developing local communities and productions, managing public spaces and increasing activities.

According to the memorandum, Russia and Kazakhstan will do joint research and conduct events to develop public spaces and urban environments.

Photo credit: primeminister.kz

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