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“The world community will pay attention not only to the level of organization of EXPO 2017 but also to the changes taken place in Kazakhstan for the past years,” UNWTO executive director Zoltan Somogyi told in an interview with Kazinform Agency.
The Republic of Kazakhstan welcomes the holding of election to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on October 26 this year.
IDs of new design are to be issued from December 1, 2014.
Kairat Sharipbayev was appointed to the post of General Director of Kazakh gas transporting company KazTransGas, the company reported Oct. 28
World Bank’s 2015 Doing Business Rankings showed Kazakhstan on 77th spot, according to the report from Doing Business.
The first flight Astana – Paris will take place on the eve of Nauryz holiday, Ambassador of France to Kazakhstan Francis Etienne told Trend.
Land sites are given for construction of the diplomatic missions in both capitals.
The award ceremony was held in the frames of the X World Islamic Economic Forum.
With two of Kazakhstan’s three notorious corporate criminals behind bars, one awaiting trial in Austria and the other one extradition in France, the third one, former Almaty mayor Viktor Khrapunov, is still at large in his hideout in Geneva, Switzerland. In contrast to Austria and France, where despite reluctance by authorities to speed up proceedings culprits Rakhat Aliyev and Mukhtar Ablyazov have been put behind bars pending judicial action, Swiss authorities do have investigations underway and Khrapunov’s assets frozen for more than two years now but no decisive action has been taken.
The US will support the independence and territorial integrity of any country in Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Richard Hoagland said Oct. 27 in Astana, Kazakhstan. Hoagland noted that he can’t predict and comment on a hypothetical future, saying the US government has a firm policy, i.e., to support the sovereignty and territorial integrity of any country in Central Asia, including Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan may make its second international issue of sukuk next year following its successful sale of $2.5 billion worth of conventional eurobonds earlier this month, its central bank governor said.