Kyrgyzstan developed the "The Code of Kyrgyz" acting as embodiment of philosophy of the Kyrgyz people. Deputy Minister of Culture, Information and Tourism Maksat Chakiev told today during a press conference at Kabar Agency.
According to him, "The Code of Kyrgyz" is a set of basic ethical and business standards, principles, which give a clear and vivid description and picture of the Kyrgyz people.
The Deputy Minister said that, it specifically reflects ideology and perception of the Kyrgyz people about the inner world and also voluntary commitments to the Kyrgyz people and the outside world. "The Code declares a higher level of business and ethical culture, high ideological principles and standards, promoting a clear positioning of the Kyrgyz people from other nations," he said.
Chakiev also added that within a month the book will be replicated. "The Code of Kyrgyz" has no author, its author is the people of Kyrgyzstan. We have put in the book the most valuable qualities and traditions of our people since ancient times," said the deputy minister.
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