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CIS: to the future - with optimism
At the end of last week, a regular meeting of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs (CIS) of the CIS countries was held in Moscow, in which the head of the foreign affairs agency of Kazakhstan, Marat Tazhin, took part. During the meeting, the meeting participants discussed ...
Russia should provide equivalent military assistance to Kyrgyzstan in the event of the promised transfer of $ 1 billion in arms to Tajikistan
Information on the transfer of the 201st Russian military base to the authorities of Tajikistan, its full re-equipment and equipping with new models of weapons and equipment is differently evaluated by politicians and military experts of the Central Asian countries. In 2006 ...
Yury Susloparov: Central Asia, sir.
The Volga flows into the Caspian Sea, the president of Kazakhstan is named Nursultan Nazarbayev, the Moon is a satellite of the Earth. Here, a short list of the truths of acquaintances from early childhood. Add one more, the West is back and ready to dominate Central Asia ....
A seminar on labor migration issues was held in Astana under the auspices of the European Union
The European Union, which has long been confronted with the problem of migration, intends to share its experience with Kazakhstan and Russia, Regina Rua, the first adviser to the head of the EU mission in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, said ...
ADB warns Central Asia about inflation risks in the next 2 years
In developing Asian countries, strong growth is expected in 2008, despite fluctuations in the prices of food products and fuel and the booming credit crisis in the United States, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said in its new report, ...
Durable growth expected in Asian countries - ADB report
Developing Asian countries will celebrate strong growth in 2008, despite slowing growth in large industrial countries, fluctuating prices for food products and fuel, and a booming credit crisis in the US, reports the Asian Development Bank ...
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