The 5th KDR will be held at the Palace of Independence, Nur-Sultan.
The Palace of Independence along with the monument of "Kazakh Yeli", National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, National University of Art and "Hazret Sultan" mosque forms the beautiful architectural complex of the central square of Nur-Sultan city, symbolizing the main state value of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Expressive architectural accent of the external decoration in the form of kerege (wooden lattice) of the yurt is a symbol of the Kazakh culture, gives national coloring to the Palace.
The Palace of Independence was officially opened on 15th of December, 2008 at the initiative of the First President of The Republic Of Kazakhstan-Elbasy N. Nazarbayev. Extended infrastructure, high level of technical equipment and quality management allow holding forums, congresses, meetings and other arrangements occurring at the highest international level. Official statue and comfortable aesthetics are harmonically combined in the modern interior of the Palace.
An area exceeding 40 thousands square meters has capacious halls and galleries. Building has 3 floors. There is Congress Hall, Media center, Ceremonial Hall, Oval Hall, rooms for bilateral negotiations and also restaurant on the ground floor.