Restrictions on movement in the quarantined city of Nur-Sultan have come into force.
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Residents and visitors of the Kazakh capital have 72 hours to return home or leave the city either by air or rail transport.
According to the Government, the industry makes up 8.2 percent in Kazakhstan’s GDP.
Kazakhstan’s transit opportunities are increasing based on recorded transit figures.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will finance the purchase of eco-friendly buses in Bishkek.
Experts forecasted that the bilateral trade turnover between the countries would be increased.
Kazakh entrepreneurs use support measures for small and medium-sized businesses.