- Archive 09.04.2017
MOSCOW. KAZINFORM The legendary Soviet cosmonaut Georgy Grechko has passed away on April 8, media reported, Kazinform learnt from Sputniknews.
MOSCOW. KAZINFORM No Kazakhstanis were registered among those injured in the collission of Moscow-Brest train and a commuter train, Kazinform learnt from the Main Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry for Moscow city.
MINSK. KAZINFORM Expo 2017 in Kazakhstan expects to receive at least 3,000 Belarusian visitors, BelTA learned from Kairat Sadvakasov, representative of SkyWay Travel and moderator of the road show "Travel the Great Silk Road and visit Astana Expo-2017".
ASTANA. KAZINFORM Kazakhstan exploits the benefits of its geographical location between the world's largest producer- Asia and the largest consumer- the European Union.
ASTANA. KAZINFORM Kazhydromet has issued a storm warning for almost half of the regions of Kazakhstan caused by sudden warming and intensive snow melt, Kazinform reports.
LONDON. KAZINFORM A block of flats in southern Poland has collapsed, killing at least six people, officials say, BBC reported.
ASTANA. KAZINFORM Kazakhstan's youth team headed by chief coach Galymbek Kenzhebayev is coming back from the Emil Zhechev Memorial Tournament held in Sofia, Bulgaria. Kazakh boxers won three gold, one silver and three bronze medals.
MOSCOW. KAZINFORM According to preliminary data, 50 people have applied for medical assistance after the railway accident in Moscow, Russian Railways said on Sunday, according to TASS.
ASTANA. KAZINFORM Sunny weather is forecast in Kazakhstan on April 9, Kashydromet says. Rains are expected in western regions only. Fog and strong wind are forecast in some areas as well.
TEHRAN. KAZINFORM Army Navy's ‘Peace and Friendship' flotilla has left Anzali Port city in southern shores of Caspian Sea to arrive in Aktau port city in Kazakhstan, Mehr News Agency reported.
LONDON. KAZINFORM Ambassador Erlan Idrissov hands medal ‘25 years of independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan' to Mr. Jonathan Aitken, well-known British author and public figure. Handing the medal, Ambassador Erlan Idrissov noted that the award is the recognition of Mr Aitken's huge contribution to making Kazakhstan popular in the world and promoting its global reputation. He said that Mr Aitken's books ‘Nazarbayev and the Making of Kazakhstan' and ‘Kazakhstan: Surprises and Stereotypes. After 20 Years of Independence', are regarded as important sources to present a new Kazakhstan and the outstanding role played by President Nazarbayev in building and developing the country to the world.