In 2017, one of Kazakhstan’s online stores opened its offices in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
Almaty hosted the “Central Asia on the Great Silk Road” international conference.
Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are going to apply for the candidacy of non-permanent members of the UN Security Council.
Starting from September this year, a three-year program of a bachelor's degree will be introduced in universities in the country.
The platform of the Astana Hub is offering new opportunities to the countries in the civil service area.
The Kazakh Government plans to increase the share of green energy in Kazakhstan’s total energy balance to 30 per cent by 2030.
Uzbek manufacturers are reviving the production of the finest silk in Central Asia.
Representatives of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan intend to expand cooperation in the area of information communications.
Since the beginning of this year, trade turnover between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan has amounted to US$700 million.
The Central Asian countries can gain up to US$4 billion a year from mutually beneficial cooperation in water resources.
The processing of artemia shrimps inhabiting the Aral Sea will begin in Uzbekistan.
Participants of various ages were competing not only physically, but also intellectually.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations will help restore pastures in Central Asian countries.
The country has maintained the consistent work on modernization of all areas of its legal activity.
The Kyrgyz government plans to improve the environmental situation and create terms for its further preservation.
CA-News Agency reports that Kazakhstan and Dagestan will be connected by a ferry crossing.
Central Asian countries will need 4 million people in the labor force in the next 10 years.