Kazakhstan to Resume Flights With Seven Countries Starting Aug. 17

NUR-SULTAN - Kazakhstan will resume flights to Belarus, Egypt, Germany, Russia, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates and Ukraine starting Aug. 17, reported the Kazakh Civil Aviation Committee. “In accordance with the decision of the interdepartmental commission for the prevention of coronavirus as of Aug. 11, recommendations of the Kazakh Healthcare …


Seventeen Senate Deputies Elected in Kazakhstan

NUR-SULTAN – Seventeen Senate deputies from the nation’s 14 regions and cities of Nur-Sultan, Almaty and Shymkent were elected to the Senate, an upper chamber of the Kazakh Parliament on Aug. 12, out of 46...

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Nur-Sultan’s Rental Bike System Sees Increase in Users, Offers Discounts for Social Groups

NUR-SULTAN – Astana Bike, the network of bicycle rental stations, has launched its seventh season this May in the Kazakh capital. The peak season usually lasts through mid-fall.  Astana Bike is a project that was...

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Kazakhstan to Resume Flights With Seven Countries Starting Aug. 17

NUR-SULTAN – Kazakhstan will resume flights to Belarus, Egypt, Germany, Russia, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates and Ukraine starting Aug. 17, reported the Kazakh Civil Aviation Committee. “In accordance with the decision of the...

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Kazakhstan Fulfills OPEC+ Obligations, Goes Above and Beyond Expectation for July

NUR-SULTAN – Kazakhstan has reduced its average oil production to 1.313 million barrels per day in July reaffirming its commitment to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreement, reported the Kazakh Energy Ministry. The...

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UNICEF Monitors Mental Well-being of Children and Parents, Conducts Webinars for School Psychologists

NUR-SULTAN – More than 5,000 school psychologists and mental health specialists have been trained since April at the psychological assistance website initiated by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the National Center for Mental...

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Kazakh Archeologists Find Ancient Khanaka Sufi Shrine in Turkestan

NUR-SULTAN – Scientists have found a khanaka, an ancient Sufi shrine, at the Kultobe settlement in Turkestan, during archaeological excavations, the press service of the Kazakh Research Institute of Culture reported on Aug. 6.   A...

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Central Asia to Cooperate With Japan to Modernize Economy

NUR-SULTAN – The heads of the foreign affairs agencies of Central Asia and Japan discussed prospects for cooperation to address the adverse effects of the pandemic on the Central Asian region during the Aug. 11...

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Growth of Manufacturing Industry Provides Kazakhstan With Resources to Fight Pandemic

In the last 10 years, there have been significant developments in Kazakhstan’s manufacturing industry. The main objective of the industrial renewal program was to develop the non-extractive sector of the economy.  The national program on...

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