Ambassador of Kazakhstan Altai Abibullayev comprehensively informed about the new stage of political and economic transformation in Kazakhstan, the beginning of the construction of New Kazakhstan - the Second Republic, as well as the main principles of strengthening the mechanisms of a just society, democratic values ​​and human rights. Detailed information about the upcoming June 5 this year is presented. referendum and tasks of constitutional reform.

Former Croatian President Stjepan Mesic welcomed the efforts of the Republic of Kazakhstan to improve the state system, stressing that the general vote of citizens on the draft constitutional amendments would demonstrate Kazakhstan's strong commitment to democratic principles. “If intentional plans are implemented, New Kazakhstan becomes, in fact, a statistical European democratic state. I am sure that these initiatives are very timely, they will be an important step in building a just and legal state, in raising social standards and living standards of the population. We can only congratulate Kazakhstan and support in the implementation of the course of political changes,” said the former president of Croatia.

Vice-speaker of the Croatian Sabor, MP Davorko Vidović noted reforms aimed at strengthening the role of parliament and facilitating the creation of political parties. This, in his opinion, will provide an optimal balance of institutions of power and will contribute to the expansion of the rights of citizens both in the political and social spheres. “The introduction of a parliamentary system of checks and balances instead of a body that obediently adopts legislative acts will bring significant benefits to the stability of political institutions and management,” D. Vidovich emphasized.

Chairman of the Croatian-Kazakh Friendship Society Andria Karafilipovich believes that "the Second Republic proposed by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev will change the perception of the country, especially in the West, and will bring Kazakhstan closer to the ideal that its people dream of." He also noted the systematic approach of the leadership of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the implementation of reforms and stressed that “the amendments to the Constitution lay down a number of democratic and progressive measures that not only set the vector for the further development of the country, but also indicate that Kazakhstan has reached a qualitatively new level. The complex transformation of the state model, the creation of the Constitutional Court, the prohibition of the death penalty and the strengthening of the status of the Commissioner for Human Rights are, of course, the changes expected in society that expand the opportunities for people to participate in the government of the country and the rights of citizens.”

Summing up the results of the round table, A. Abibulaev congratulated the participants of the round table on the upcoming national holiday - Statehood Day of Croatia and stated that in the face of global challenges, Kazakhstan is confidently following the path of political modernization and economic reforms. The concept of building a New Kazakhstan declared in the year of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries will further strengthen bilateral relations.