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Youngest daughter of Nursultan Nazarbayev gave birth to a daughter

Youngest daughter of Nursultan Nazarbayev gave birth to a daughter Youngest daughter of Nursultan Nazarbayev gave birth to a daughter
July 18 youngest daughter of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev, Aliya Nazarbayeva, gave birth to a daughter, KazTAG reports citing the source.
“At night last Monday Aliya gave birth to her second daughter,” the source said. 31-y.o. Aliya is the youngest daughter of Nursultan Nazarbayev. At the age of 18 she married the son of the president of Kyrgyzstan, Aidar Akayev, but the marriage was over soon. Then Aliya married Kazakhstan citizen Daniyar Khassenov and gave birth to a daughter Tiara in 2007. The newborn is the fifth grand-daughter of Nazarbayev. The eldest is Venera Aliyeva, she is followed by Deniz Kulibayeva, Tiara Khassenova and Alisha Kulibayeva. Aliya Nazarbayeva was born in Almaty and graduated from the piano class of Baiseitova National Musical School, then a college in Switzerland and Kazakh State Juridical Academy. She works as an assistant to director of Europe Plus radio, an intern of the legal department of TuranAlem bank, a consultant in general department of the President’s administration, president of Almatypharm corporation, Director General of Caspian Industries Ltd, Chairman of the board of Elitstroy. Recently she was advertising her own jewelries Alsara under a famous Damiani brand. Aliya plays tennis, does aerobics, likes horse-riding, skiing and swimming.
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