Today, half of the foreign direct investments in Kazakhstan's economy come from the EU.
Kazakhstan borders three out of seven regions in Kyrgyzstan, such as Chuy, Issyk-Kul and Talas regions.
The demand for water in Central Asia will increase dramatically in the next 10 years due to the population growth.
Tashkent hosted an international workshop on Uzbekistan’s accession to the World Trade Organization
The Afghan Government supports Kazakhstan’s initiatives aimed at restoring peace and security.
Water resources management is currently one of the most urgent issues for Central Asian countries.
Special working groups are conducting water analysis in the Shu-Talas water basin as part of Kazakh-Kyrgyz cooperation.
The SCO member countries have a close cooperation to combat separatism and religious extremism.
The only plant in Central Asia which produces insulin was opened in the Uzbek city of Andijan.
Kazakh and Kyrgyz border control services are establishing the goods quality verification system.
Central Asian countries have joined forces to prevent and eliminate the consequences of man-made and natural disasters.
Eurasian Book Fair 2018 demonstrated the latest achievements of the publishing industry.
Central Asian countries exchanged their experience in the creation of spatial data infrastructure in a seminar in South Korea.
Its main goal is to reduce costs of electricity generated by renewable energy sources.
Artists, designers and artisans from 14 regions gathered in the festival.
Announcement of trade union code, which will be adopted in Uzbekistan, was announced at the International Trade Union Conference.
Uzbek and Turkmen governments are planning to boost mutual trade to five hundred million dollars by 2020.
His works will be made available in the Uzbek language.
Businessmen of the two countries spoke about this at the Kazakh-Turkmen business forum.
Asian Development Bank will be investing US$5 billion into the Central Asian regional economic cooperation program until 2020.