President Tokayev Congratulates Citizens on National Gratitude Day

NUR-SULTAN - Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev congratulated the country’s citizens on the Day of Gratitude celebrated March 1 in Kazakhstan, reported the Akorda press service.  The Day of Gratitude has been celebrated in Kazakhstan since 2016. Kazakhstan’s First President Nursultan Nazarbayev proposed initiating the holiday in April 2015 during the celebration …


Nevada-Semipalatinsk International Anti-Nuclear Movement Commemorates 32 Years Since Inception 

NUR-SULTAN – Kazakhstan is commemorating 32 years of work of the Nevada-Semipalatinsk International Anti-Nuclear Movement on Feb. 28. According to Olzhas Suleimenov, leader of Kazakh anti-nuclear movement, “the Nevada-Semipalatinsk movement, initiated on Kazakh land on...

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Capital City Budget Optimised by Nearly $103 Million in 2020

NUR-SULTAN – The budget of the Kazakh capital Nur-Sultan has been optimised by 43 billion tenge ($102.8 million), said Nur-Sultan Mayor Altai Kulginov at a virtual meeting with citizens on Feb. 10.  The money that...

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Love, Poetry and Friendship Bring British and Eurasian Authors Together in Unique Almanac

NUR-SULTAN – London-based Hertfordshire Press Publishing House released its “Voices of Friends Poetry Almanac” featuring poems by Abai Kunanbayev, Ybyrai Altynsarin and contemporary Kazakh poets, the press service of the Eurasian Creative Guild reported.  The...

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Kazakhstan’s Agricultural Industry Shows Positive Growth Despite Pandemic

NUR-SULTAN – Kazakhstan is experiencing a positive growth trend in the agricultural industry, according to the reports available on the Prime Minister’s website on Primeminister.kz.  Based on the preliminary results of 2020, the gross agricultural...

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Kazakhstan Celebrates National Day of Gratitude

NUR-SULTAN – Kazakhstan is celebrating the Day of Gratitude on March 1, which was initiated to mark the establishment of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan (APK) in 1995.  Since its independence, Kazakhstan has...

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Love, Poetry and Friendship Bring British and Eurasian Authors Together in Unique Almanac

NUR-SULTAN – London-based Hertfordshire Press Publishing House released its “Voices of Friends Poetry Almanac” featuring poems by Abai Kunanbayev, Ybyrai Altynsarin and contemporary Kazakh poets, the press service of the Eurasian Creative Guild reported.  The...

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Ile-Alatau National Park Celebrates 25th Anniversary, History of Conservation

NUR-SULTAN – 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the Ile-Alatau national park, the mission of which is to “preserve unimpaired the unique landscapes, the flora and fauna, and improve conditions for tourism and recreation” for...

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Kazakh Capital Hosts a Poetry Event to Commemorate 580th Anniversary of Poet Alisher Navoi

NUR-SULTAN – The International spiritual event dedicated to the 580th anniversary of great poet and thinker Alisher Navoi was held on Feb. 21 at the House of Friendship in Nur-Sultan, the press service of the...

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President Tokayev: Human Rights Indicators Vital For Legal Policy

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev proposed to develop and implement national indicators for the protection of human rights during the fifth meeting of the National Council of Public Trust that took place virtually on Feb. 25....

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President of Kazakhstan Announces Additional Political Reforms 

2021 has begun with significant political activity in Kazakhstan. On Jan. 10, legislative elections took place to elect members of the Mazhilis, the lower house of parliament, and the maslikhats (local representative bodies). These elections...

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