‘Era of Independence’ by Nursultan Nazarbayev – first Kazakh book ever translated into Portuguese18 March12:25Depicting the stages of formation and development of Kazakhstan and its role in the international arena, the Book “Era of Independence” written by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev was on display in the capital of Brazil. The book turned out to be the first Kazakh book ever translated into the Portuguese language. Read more about it in the article below prepared by the Strategy2050.kz website.
Kazakhstan steps up education, partners with Singapore 14 March16:33Over several years of cooperation, the two countries have built a strong interaction in the field of education, staring off in September 2011, with a conclusion of a memorandum of understanding to develop Kazakhstan’s system of vocational education between the Kazakh Education and Science Ministry and Singapore’s National Fund “Temasek Foundation” and Nanyang Polytechnic International college. The countries continue interacting, so bringing cooperation to a brand new level. Read for more in the article below.
Kazakh President met Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in UAE14 March8:45The Kazakh President expressed gratitude to Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan for warm welcome, noting that it is the first ever World Special Olympic Games taking place in the Middle East in the United Arab Emirates, the press service of Akorda informed.
Kazakhstan, Austria boost cooperation07 March16:05Kazakhstan and Austria, having strong political and economic ties, are paving a way to further the multilateral political cooperation, fully reach the trade and economic ties’ realization, closely cooperate internationally, with both sides confirming the interest in enhancing relations.
Kazakhstan established diplomatic relations with Tanzania14 February15:16Permanent representatives of Kazakhstan and the United Republic of Tanzania to the UN, Kairat Umarov and Modast Jonathan Mero, signed a Joint Communique on the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
What is China’s Belt and Road Initiative? And how is it related to Kazakhstan?08 February11:51The “One Belt-One Road” Initiative, also known as the “Belt and Road” Initiative (BRI), is a project which was first announced in September 2013 by President Xi Jinping during his visit to Kazakhstan’s capital, Astana. Ambitious in every sense of the word, the project envisions China’s implementation of large-scale infrastructure projects on at least three continents, costing a total amount of more than 900 billion dollars. In this regard, it is quite natural for the BRI to find itself in the spotlight of almost all Eurasian countries, including Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan, in turn, is geographically critical to the BRI’s success, due to the key land routes connecting China with the rest of Eurasia all passing through its territory. The Strategy2050.kz Information Agency provides insight into this project and tells how it is related to Kazakhstan.
Kazakh FM met with heads of diplomatic missions07 February10:57Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Beibut Atamkulov held a briefing for the heads of diplomatic missions and representative offices of international organizations accredited in Kazakhstan. Read more in the piece of the Strategy2050.kz Information Agency.
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