Hytera Called on Kazakhstan's Veterans on Victory Day of World War II

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

The annual celebrations of the Victory Day took place on the 9th of May.

The annual celebrations of the Victory Day took place on the 9th of May. The holiday is dedicated to remembering the victory of the Soviet Union over Nazi Germany in 1945 in the Great Patriotic War. Celebrating this day has become a tradition in Kazakhstan. Every year, the Kazakhstan government gives financial support to the veterans before Victory Day, local official and non-government authorities from various industries also supply financial and humanity support to veterans. In honor of veterans, Hytera Kazakhstan.

”The pain of war is hard to erase, that makes us cherish more about the peace nowadays. Thanks for visiting us every year and giving us the concern and consolation, ” said Kultas Ashirbekov.

Ashirbekov was a worker of labour front and made great contributions during World War the 2nd. Around 1 million 800 thousand Kazakhstanis fought in the War. Kazakhstan made an invaluable contribution to providing the Soviet Army with everything necessary to defeat the enemy. For the achievements, hundreds of thousands of them were awarded orders and medals, about 500 people became Heroes of the Soviet Union, and 110 Kazakhstanis were awarded the Order of Glory. 

“We still remember the lessons from the two world wars. As a member of the planet, we have the obligation to support global security so that there can be harmony, peace and progress. For those years, Hytera has actively integrated into local communities, providing support to help those who are in need , fulfilling its social responsibility as a corporate citizen of the world,” said Ivan Wang, Country Manager of Hytera in Kazakhstan.