The message of a nationwide project “Birgemiz: Taza Álem” (Together: Clean World) is to stand together to protect the environment.
All teachers managed to fulfil their intended purpose, to keep working and educating our children.
On this day, May 25, exactly 10 years ago the International Turkic Academy (ITA) was founded.
The goal of the project is to create the most favorable conditions for the identification and development of talented guys.
A presentation of the book called “Abai” in Kyrgyz language was held in Bishkek on an online conference.
The movie will take part in the main competition of the Anatolia International Film Festival in Turkey.
The fourth term of the school year is finally over and it is time for the summer holidays.
Kazakh fairy tale stories for kids were added to the global podcasting platforms such as Apple Podcasts, Podcasts on Yandex Music.
The parents will need to submit the five documents in order to register their children for the first grade.
The publishing houses heads say that circulations of children’s books are increasing.
The online conference dedicated to the 175th anniversary of Abai will be available at 17:00 at Zoom.
The participants of the peaceful assemblies will also be allowed to use personal health protective equipment.
According to the Islamic calendar, this date falls on the 27th night of Ramadan.
Airports of Kazakhstan will be exempted from land tax and fees for its use.
More than 200 Kazakh citizens returned home from Saint Petersburg to Nur-Sultan. The plane landed in the capital this morning.
Today, May 18, a famous Kazakh poet, philosopher and public figure Olzhas Suleimenov celebrates his 84th birthday.
The broadcast will feature three of Shukenov’s songs, including ‘Otan ana’ (Motherland), ‘Julia’ and ‘Qairan konil-ai’.
Kuranbek began his career as a journalist and the executive secretary of the ‘Sport’ national newspaper.
The failure to comply with the mask rules may lead to the fact that we will return to the previous state.
Additionally, 6,128 families will receive 100,000 tenge (US$237) each from the state reserve.