The main law of the country was adopted at a national referendum on August 30th, 1995.
The IOFS was created based on the adoption of organization’s statue in December 11, 2013.
Experts believe that Kazakh Tokamak for Material Studies will solve the problem of finding alternative energy sources.
Kazakhstan’s experience in obtaining international accreditation for medical institutions has become an example to many countries.
More than 3,700 people visited the mosque last year.
Experts said that using cow’s milk to make kymyz has a significant advantage.
Researchers showcased letters of Boris Lapin who was imprisoned and politically purged in 1939.
Dozens of seedlings were planted in order to preserve the gene pool of these trees.
The youth camp is organized by the UNESCO International Martial Arts Center.
The ban on cutting down saxaul forests has been extended in the republic.
To date, citizens of 60 countries can visit Kazakhstan without applying for a visa.
Baltash Yersalimov is a direct descendant of the legendary poet.
In 2018, more than 21,000 foreigners visited the National Museum.
More than 80 local and international companies, 500 young professionals attended the event.
600 participants were selected from all over the country.
The company plans to compensate for its carbon footprint by 100 percent by 2023.
European travelers have traveled more than 4,000 kilometers to discover holy places located in the country.
The methodology is focused on supporting teachers’ leadership.
Members of the scientific expedition, ‘Trails of Nomads,’ attended the event.
More than 500,000 young trees of 36 types have been planted this spring.