Kyrgyzstan has temporarily banned imports of animals and products of animal origin from Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz media reported Aug. 30.
Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan will hold political consultations between the two countries’ foreign ministries at the level of deputy foreign ministers, the press service of the Uzbek Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
By Azad Hasanli – Trend: Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey are creating the Center for Nomadic Civilization. The relevant order of the Government of Kazakhstan was published by the Adilet Information System of Normative and Legal Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan (adilet.zan.kz).
Kazakhstan intends to implement standards for tourism facilities, Kazakhstan’s Kazinform international news agency reported.
The bottom of the drying Aral Sea sends over 150 million tonnes of toxic dust every year around the world. People in Asia, Europe and even in Antarctica inhale it every day. The hazard zone from the consequences of the largest environmental catastrophe of mankind has long exceeded the limits of Central Asia. It is demanding urgent measures from the world community.
Imports of gasoline from Russia to Kazakhstan will be limited starting from August 25. This follows from the corresponding order of the Kazakh Energy Ministry.
AKIPRESS.COM - Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan agreed on reducing the number of queued vehicles on the border, reported the State Revenues Committee of the Ministry of Finance of Kazakhstan.
A little more than a month ago, the international financial center Astana was launched in the capital of Kazakhstan. So far, 55 companies have registered at the Astana International Financial Center (AIFC), however, by 2020 Kazakhstan announced a prospect of more than 500 companies.
The exchange of ratification documents of the Strategic Partnership Agreement between Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan, signed on April 18, 2017, took place in Aktau, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a statement Aug. 13.
Meeting in the Kazakh port city of Aqtau, the leaders of Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkmenistan have signed a new convention on the legal status of the resource-rich Caspian Sea -- a matter disputed between the five neighbors for more than 20 years.