Astana. January 10. KazTAG – The US embassy called on the initiators of referendum on prolongation of Kazakhstani president’s term not to violate Constitution of Kazakhstan. ThemissiondisseminatedthepressreleaseonFriday.
Astana. December 6. KazTAG - Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev received Rashid Tusupbekov, chair of the agency for combating economic and corruption criminality, Akorda reports.
Under-aged residents of Kazakhstan holding property from $5000 in cost will pass declarations - Finance Ministry
Astana. December 4. KazTAG - Under-aged residents of Kazakhstan holding property and bank accounts over $5000 in cost will pass declarations since 2017, said Ruslan Dalenov, Vice Minister of Finance.
Astana. November 28. KazTAG - A new president of Kazakhstani weightlifting federation has been elected at the extraordinary conference, reports the PR department of the confederation of single fights and power sport.
Astana. November 25. KazTAG - The citizens of Kazakhstan, who have right to get housing from the state, aspire to get housing in Astana and Almaty ignoring other cities, said Serik Nokin, Vice Minister of Regional Development.
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Astana. November 18. KazTAG - Kazakhstan plans to access the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2014, said Zhanar Aitzhanova, Minister of Economic Integration.
Astana. November 13. KazTAG -Harvesting campaign has finished in Kazakhstan, said Asylzhan Mamytbekov, Minister of Agriculture.
Law infractors "On mass media" in terms of state language use to be withdrawn of licenses - Kul-Mukhammed
Astana. November 11. KazTAG - Mukhtar Kul-Mukhammed, Minister of Culture and Information, threatens to withdraw the licenses from the infractors of the law "On mass media".
"Corresponding measures will be applied to all the violators, up to withdrawal of licenses," he said.
Astana. November 8. KazTAG - Each fifth unemployed in Europe and Central Asia does not work, does not seek work and does not study, the World Bank reports.