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Kazakhstan, officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is a transcontinental country largely located in Central Asia with the most western parts of it being located in Eastern Europe. — Wikipedia
Kazakhstan has allowed the transit of thousands of Uzbek and Kyrgyz migrant workers who’ve been stranded in Russia for months along the border with Kazakhstan due to coronavirus travel restrictions.
Now, onions in Ukraine are cheaper than in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan.
The changes involved the diplomatic corps in South Korea, Israel, and Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan Denies Chinese Government Report That Country Has ‘unknown Pneumonia’ Outbreak More Deadly Than Covid-19 - KVIAkvia.com -
ALMATY, Kazakhstan — Authorities in Kazakhstan have denied a report published by Chinese officials that the country is experiencing an outbreak of “unknown pneumonia” potentially deadlier…
Police in Kazakhstan have detained demonstrators at a series of protests around the country
The dispute begins in Kazakhstan, drifts to Sweden, and eventually arrives on US shores.
Representatives from Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Sri Lanka are participating as observers.
The 79-year-old former and first president Nursultan Nazarbayev tested positive for coronavirus.
Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Central Asia’s largest nations, are set to ease their second coronavirus lockdowns this weekend, which they had to introduce after botched reopenings in May and…
The Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan issued a warning to citizens living in the country that pneumonia has killed more than 1,700 people this year.
Almost 2,000 Tajik and Uzbek citizens are stranded in Kazakhstan’s southern region of Turkistan because they are unable to travel back home due to restrictions imposed to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Uzbek authorities have confirmed reports that Kazakhstan has deported prominent Uzbek opposition activist Khurram Berdiev to Tashkent at the official request of Uzbek officials.