DUSHANBE, Tajikistan: A policeman working at Tajikistan´s main international airport shot his colleague twice with his service pistol in a "drunken quarrel", the interior ministry said Monday.
Bishkek, Oct. 8, 2018. / Kabar /. Since 1992, Kyrgyzstan has received loans and grants totaling $ 10 billion, Minister of Finance Adylbek Kasymaliev told at a meeting of the Committee on Budget and Finance of the Kyrgyz Parliament.
Textile and clothing production in Tajikistan for the eight months of this year increased by almost 30 percent, Avesta reported.
KOKSHETAU. KAZINFORM - Marat Igaliyev, deputy governor of Akmola region, says the fact that President Nursultan Nazarbayev paid utmost attention to the development of domestic tourism is of paramount importance for the region.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev tasked his government to improve the living standards of the people of Kazakhstan, he outlined six priorities that will help assess effectiveness and compliance with the actual positions government officials hold, he said in his 5 October address.
Americans will help establish schools in Uzbekistan where all subjects will be taught in English, Podrobno.uz reported.
Kyrgyzstan’s Supreme Court has reportedly ruled that the immunity enjoyed by former presidents is unconstitutional. According to RFE/RL, on October 3 the court’s Constitutional Chamber ordered the government to pursue amendments to the legislation that outlines presidential activities, responsibilities and to-date has included immunity from prosecution.
Kazakhstan is an “overlooked powerhouse”, as billions more pounds of British investment predicted to enter market
Kazakhstan is an “overlooked powerhouse” and one of the world’s next big investment destinations. This was the message delivered to the more than 200 business leaders who attended the Kazakhstan Global Investment Forum, which took place in London on 2nd October.
Concerns are rising over Kyrgyzstan’s heavy-handed approach to prosecuting individuals over the possession of supposedly extremist material. A new report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) claims that such criminal cases often serves as part of a more general policy of repression under the guise of combatting Islamist extremism.
The first international conference “Heavy Caspian: Turkmenistan” is underway in the country’s tourism zone “Avaza” near the Caspian Sea, an international company Heavy World, the organizer of the event, said in a message.