Kazakhstan is a unique place for each explorer of Polish History of Sybir — right there a half of deportees got in the four mass deportations from 1940-41. Last weekend we greeted among the guests of the Sybir Memorial Museum the three excellent scientists from Kazakhstan. Their guide over the permanent exhibition was professor Wojciech Śleszyński, PhD, director of the Sybir Memorial Museum.
Professor Serik Makysh, professor Anar Mukasheva and professor Rajkhan Beisenova from the Eurasian National L.N. Gumilyov University, working in Kazahstan Nur-Sułtan. This is the biggest institution in the central asian metropolis, who despite its not so long history has gained international reputation. Kazakhstan becomes a more important partner for all the explorers of the soviet deportations. It is the biggest university in that middle-asia, which despite its not long history has gained the international rename. Kazakhstan becomes a more important partner for all the scientist of the history of the soviet deportations.
Despite the freezing of research relations with archives and scientific institutions of the Russian Federation, Polish-Kazakh cooperation brings hope for the further development of our knowledge about the fate of the deportees and their descendants.