International humanitarian campaign “Peace and
friendship mission” and the 3rd session of the International consultative
Committee of reserve officers organizations are taking place in the Palace of
Peace and Reconciliation in Astana over two days, July 16-17. International
events in the capital of Kazakhstan are held at the invitation of the
Republican public union “Armed Forces Veterans”. The event is held in order to
determine and develop humanitarian
connections between officers from different countries, care for veterans of the
Armed Forces and military service, draw attention to youth, its spiritual
education, and strengthening of interaction of veteran and youth organizations.
As it was reported in the organizational committee of the contest, the Forum will involve delegations pf organizations – members of ICC from over 30 countries of the world. It’s expected that there will be the President of the World Veterans Federation (Malaysia), Vise-president of the World Veterans Federation, President of the Standing Committee on European Affairs (SCEA) and many other representatives of international organizations from different countries. From the Kazakh side, the international event involves the Prime-Minister of the RoK, Chairmen of Chambers of the RoK Parliament, workers of Presidential Administration of the RoK, heads of state authorities and agencies, Parliament deputies, representatives of diplomatic body accredited in Kazakhstan, political parties, socio-political, veteran organizations and veterans of the Armed Forces and peacekeeping soldiers.
It’s expected that the event will include awarding ceremony of veterans, state and public figures, and flower tribute to the Monument “Otan-ana”, as well as great festive concert.
International consultative Committee of reserve officers organizations was founded in March 2011. Its first session took place on June 15, 2011, in the Cultural center of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. It involved representatives of 18 organizations from 16 countries, including CIS countries, Baltic states, Central and Western Europe. In the course of the 2nd session held in Bratislava (Slovakia) on May 24, 2012, the International consultative Council was reorganized to the International consultative Committee of reserve officers organizations. The aim of the International consultative Committee is spiritual and intellectual cooperation of reserve officers organizations in order to realize projects and hold joint events to solve tasks of mutual interest.