Kazakhstan proposes global agency to control threat of biological weapons
According to the Kazakh President, the greatest challenge remains the coronavirus pandemic, which is causing deep suffering among the people around the world and has seriously affected the global economy.
Kazakhstan to strive for multi-party system: President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
“Kazakhstan must create a multiparty system to build a modern, e...
Rajnath Singh discusses defence ties with counterparts from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan
Singh is in Moscow on a three-day visit to ...
“Infodemia” on Coronavirus pandemic creating misconceptions in Kazakhstan
Central Asia’s biggest & resource rich Kazakhstan and close partner for India, like all countries of the world, is going through its difficult period and does not hide its challenges.
Central Asia’s biggest state reaffirms secular and plural values
Tokayev recalled that Kazakhstan’s First President Nursultan Nazarbayev became the ideological inspiration for the document and took an active part in its preparation.
WHO believes 'unknown pneumonia' in Kazakhstan could be COVID-19
"We're looking at the actual testing and the quality of testing to make sure that there haven't been false negative tests for some of those other pneumonias that are provisionally tested negative," Ryan said.
Chinese claim on origin of pneumonia deadlier than Covid false: Kazakhstan
Some Chinese media outlets are claiming that Kazakhstan has reported cases of unknown pneumonia, more deadly than coronavirus.
China warns of 'unknown pneumonia' deadlier than COVID-19 in Kazakhstan
The "unknown pneumonia in Kazakhstan caused 1,772 deaths in the first six months of the year, including 628 people in June alone", the Chinese embassy in the central Asian country said in a statement on its WeChat platform on Thursday, adding that the fatalities also included Chinese citizens.
Kazakhstan prepares for post-crisis period
Compared to other countries, Kazakhstan has so far been fortunate enough not to be impacted too severely by the spread of Covid-19. The chief state doctor announced last week that approximately 4,000 cases of coronavirus are likely to be registered in Kazakhstan by the end of May, according to a Kazakh government statement.
Kazakhstan consolidates multifaceted gains including with India under second President
Central Asia's largest state and India's close partner in the region – Kazakhstan gained many achievements during the last year. The biggest success was smooth transition of power that concluded in the Presidential election.
India nudges Shanghai Cooperation Organisation to adopt English as working language
Russian and Mandarin are presently used as official and working languages in SCO. The group’s documents are also prepared in these two languages. Besides Russia and China, four Central Asian states are among the founder members of SCO and Russian is widely spoken and written there.
Covid Diplomacy in Central Asia: Humanitarian Aid by Kazakhstan
President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, in an effort to provide economic support to the country’s neighbors amid the fight against the pandemic, has taken a decision to provide humanitarian assistance to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. This includes 5,000 tons of Kazakhstan’s flour for each country worth more than $3 million.
Kazakhstan first President Nursultan Nazarbayev sets example by leading from front in tackling Covid-19
First President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, led the nation through many difficult and critical challenges during almost three decades since Kazakhstan’s independence. It was therefore most timely and reassuring that he issued a statement, providing support and guidance on how Kazakhstan should continue to approach the current situation.
Eight dead, 40 hurt in Kazakhstan clashes
Eight people have been killed, dozens hurt and property burned during clashes in southern Kazakhstan, prompting concern Saturday from authorities who portray the country as a beacon of stability.
Kazakhstan becomes third country in Asia to lift emergency imposed due to Covid-19
"Some shops will be opened throughout the country. Beauty salons, education centers, and other facilities will reopen. Parks will reopen too. Flights were resumed. At the same time, we all must continue taking preventive measures in our daily lives," Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said on May 11.