During the meeting the scientist told about his research and work on the book "Continuous statehood of Kazakhstan in the flow of history. Kazakh State on the European and American maps of XVI-XIX centuries. Atlas". According to him, he devoted more than 15 years to this work, studying libraries and archives of different countries from Europe to America.
In addition, the richest collections, including maps of the Kazakh State, are kept in the largest private public collections in the United States, the leading cartographic centers of Stanford and Princeton universities, the Library of Congress, and etc.
"The history of the continuous statehood of the Kazakh State, its evidence and artifacts are stored in the Royal Museums, scientific libraries and collections in Brussels, Amsterdam, London, Berlin, Paris, Vienna, Rome, Warsaw, Luxembourg, Lisbon, Prague, Edinburgh, Dublin, Krakow, Wroclaw, as well as leading map collections in Asia - from the Middle East to China and Southeast Asia," said Mukhit-Ardager Sydyknazarov.
By the way, during the research Mukhit-Ardager Sydyknazarov made several historical discoveries. For example, he learned that at the court of Queen Elizabeth I of England there lived a Cossack envoy and, a female diplomat, who soon became an adviser to Her Majesty, the Aru Sultan. According to the scientist's assumptions, Aru Sultan was the first representative of the Muslim world in Europe and at the royal yard. The work on the study of her fate will definitely be continued, says Sydyknazarov.
Mukhit-Ardager Sydyknazarov handed over his book to the library of the NGO "QazaqGeography", in turn, representative of the Association Artur Abubakirov presented the guest with two editions - the book "Kazakh as: dastur men dam" and the work of Kazakh historian Zharas Ermekbai "The Fate and Legacy of Chokan Valikhanov".
In addition, the parties agreed on further cooperation, the details of which will be presented to the public in the near future.