WEEKLY REVIEW: Kazakhstan celebrates Victory Day and improves public services


Kazakhstan celebrates the Victory Day and improves public services.

WEEKLY REVIEW: Kazakhstan celebrates Victory Day and improves public servicesOn Monday, May 5, the Government approved standards of state information services. In particular, it approved standard of public services “The registration, re-registration, the issuance of a duplicate certificate of domestic television and radio” and the standard of public services “License, renewal of licenses for the promotion of television and radio channels”;

Tuesday, May 6, Prime Minister Karim Massimov read out a welcome address by President Nursultan Nazarbayev to the participants of the 60th meeting of the Council for Rail Transport of CIS countries, Iran, Finland and Bulgaria, according to the site of the head of the Government.

“Holding the 60th anniversary meeting of the Council for Rail Transport uniting CIS and Baltic countries in Kazakhstan is a significant event for the development of our common rail space. Thanks to the work of the Council it became possible to provide a foundation for the development of integration ties in the region,” the President was quoted as saying.

“Being situated between the European Union and the Asia-Pacific region we have a natural competitive advantage as a geo-economic bridge between East and West, Europe and Asia. In the context of globalization the transport and logistics sector is to become a driver of economic growth in the region and its integration into the global transport infrastructure,” the President emphasizes in his welcoming speech.

According to him, nowadays Kazakhstan makes a significant contribution to the development of Euro-Asian transport space. We build new railway lines optimizing international transport corridors based on the location of productive forces and regional development of Kazakhstan.

On Wednesday, May 7, Defense Minister Serik Akhmetov reported to the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan – President Nursultan Nazarbayev on the readiness for a military parade.