The international community has continuously recognized Kazakhstan for its peacekeeping achievements.
The majority of the 17 sustainable development goals are reflected in the strategy of the republic.
The meeting saw participants discussing the ways to enhance the security and stability in the SCO member countries
67 international observers have been accredited for the presidential elections this year.
The trade revenues due to initiative have totaled more than US$5 trillion.
The development of political events in Kazakhstan is being closely followed by the United Nations.
Qasym-Jomart Toqayev and Moon Jae-In held a meeting in the capital of Kazakhstan.
The Kazakh president has extended his invitation for the Uzbek president to pay a state visit to the capital of Kazakhstan.
The election, which is scheduled for June 9th, is highly discussed by foreign investors.
The election campaign starts on May 11th and June 8th will be the cooling period.
The new goal of the Kazakh Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to focus on the economization of foreign policy.
The organization supports Kazakhstan’s active and constructive role in Central Asia.
Kazakhstan will hold an early presidential election, which is scheduled for June 9th, 2019.
Kazakhstan is the first country to voluntarily give up its nuclear weapons and is one of the world leaders in denuclearization.
The recent political changes in the country will lead the nation to new progress.
Kazakhstan has joined three legal instruments of the Council of Europe in the field of criminal justice.
Kazakhstan’s First President, Nursultan Nazarbayev made a shocking resignation on March 19th, 2019 after a 30-year premiership.
Abdullah Gul said Nazarbayev is a wise politician who has made a difficult yet important decision.
Nursultan Nazarbayev is lauded as an effective reformer who created a profound foundation for the country’s economic partnership.
Experts and politicians from Armenia highlight that N. Nazarbayev’s contribution to the formation of the nation is invaluable.