Kyrgyzstan planned to develop investment lots and an investment map, Director of the Agency for the Promotion and Protection of Investments of the Kyrgyz Republic Adilbek uulu Shumkarbek said, kabar.kg reports.
(Tashkent) – The Uzbek authorities should stop harassing human rights activists, including those recently released from prison, and ensure their safety, Amnesty International, Civil Rights Defenders, Front Line Defenders, the International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR), Human Rights Watch, and the Norwegian Helsinki Committee said today.
The long-awaited day for Tajikistan, which often faces electricity shortage problems, has finally come.
The volume of transit container transportations via Kazakhstan rose by 49%, Minister of Investments and Development Zhenis Kassymbek said at the Government's weekly meeting.
Young women in Kyrgyzstan are reaching for the stars. They are working to build and launch the country’s first satellite before 2020.
Tajik President Emomali Rahmon has launched a new hydroelectric station that had been vehemently opposed for years by the late leader of neighboring Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, tajikistannews.net reports.
Decades after incompetent rule by a Soviet dictator Central Asia’s most populous country is taking important steps toward strengthening the rule of law and opening its economy.
First nationwide Kazakh language exam was held in state institutions in Latin alphabet.
A group of journalists arrived in the Roghun hydropower plant site on November 14 in order to see firsthand how the first facility of the Roghun power plant is being prepared for introducing into operation, news.tj reports.
The State Migration Service of Turkmenistan hosted a meeting with representatives of Hedayah, the UAE-based International Center of Excellence for Countering Violent Extremism (CVE), the Turkmen representative office of Hedayah said in a message.