Region • 18 May, 2020
In his address to the people of Kazakhstan on the introduction of the state of emergency, the Head of State Kassym-Jomart Tokayev ordered to establish a real account of the availability of goods of primary demand, to prevent panic and excitement around essential goods in the regions. Each region needed to control interregional flows of goods and prevent local shortages. Akmola region is a large grain-growing region of Kazakhstan, producing more than 25% of grain, 7% of milk, 21% of poultry meat, 10% of flour and 16% of eggs in the context of the republic. A significant share in the region’s GRP is occupied by the agro-industrial complex, which is the main direction of the region’s development. Read in the review by PrimeMinister.kz on the current development of the region.
Coronavirus • 18 May, 2020
283 new cases of coronavirus infection were registered in Kazakhstan with the growth rate by 4.6%.
Kazakhstan • 14 May, 2020
It was announced today at a meeting of the Interdepartmental Commission on Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister Yeraly Tugzhanov.
President • 05 May, 2020
Today national newspaper "Egemen Qazaqstan" published interview with Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
Kazakhstan • 29 April, 2020
From May 1, four flights will be operated between Nur-Sultan and Almaty. This decision was made at a meeting of the State Commission.
President • 14 April, 2020
The President signed a Decree on extending the state of emergency in Kazakhstan, Akorda says.
Kazakhstan • 14 April, 2020
Kazakh Foreign Ministry held a meeting with the Chinese Ambassador, press service og the MFA says.
Coronavirus • 10 April, 2020
Disinfection tunnels will be installed in crowded places and on the territory of hospitals in Nur-Sultan.
Coronavirus • 09 April, 2020
5 new cases of coronavirus infection were registered in Kazakhstan, including 1 in Almaty, 1 in Mangistau region, and 3 in Atyrau region.
Coronavirus • 07 April, 2020
The number of deaths worldwide from the coronavirus has passed 75,000 since the outbreak was first identified at the end of 2019, according to the tally of official statistics kept by Johns Hopkins University.