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ASTANA. KAZINFORM - Kazinform's Timeline is the one-stop shop where you can learn about historical events for the 6th of November. See what notable events happened throughout Kazakhstan's history on November 6.


On November 6, 1972, the Omega Instrument-Making Plant was established in Uralsk. The plant specializes in making systems and complexes for controlling ship's machinery and equipment

In 1979, a memorial to North-Kazakhstanis who fought and died in the Civil War and the Great Patriotic War was opened in the central square of Petropavlovsk.

On this day in 1992, a monument to Amre Kashaubayev (1888-1934) was revealed at the central cemetery of Almaty. Amre Kashaubayev was an outstanding artist and the first Kazakh singer to perform abroad, including in Paris in 1925 and in Frankfurt am Main in 1927.

On November 6, 2004, Astana and Seoul became sister cities. The agreement between the cities provides for cooperation in trade, economic and cultural-humanitarian spheres, as well as in urban infrastructure.

The Governments of Kazakhstan and the Egyptian Arab Republic signed an agreement on cooperation in the restoration of the Az-Zahir Baybars mosque in the city of Cairo on November 6, 2007. In accordance with the document, Kazakhstan allocated $4.5 million for the restoration of the mosque, which is considered an architectural masterpiece of the Middle Ages.

A book by Dr. Aida Feizullayeva about Kazakh poet and public figure Olzhas Suleimenov was published on November 6, 2009, in Azerbaijan under the aegis of the Nizami Literature Institute. One of the book's chapters talks about the active role Olzhas Suleimenov played in the history of Kazakhstan, including the closure of the Semipalatinsk test site, as well as his activities related to Azerbaijan.

The club of female politicians was established in Astana on November 6, 2009. Among the club's members are MPs, members of the National Commission for Women, Family and Demographic Policy under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In 2010, US Peace Corps volunteers started their work in Kazakhstan. The volunteers worked in various educational institutions in villages and cities across the country where they helped schoolchildren and teachers in improving their English language skills.

On November 6, 2013, then-Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan Yerlan Idrissov was awarded the title of Honorary Professor of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, for his contribution to the development of diplomacy and training of diplomatic personnel in Kazakhstan.

On November 6, 2014, the National Association for Public Relations joined the International Communications Consultancy Organization (ICCO). Membership in the Organization allowed Kazakhstan not only to become a part of the global PR community but also to significantly improve the country's communications industry.

On November 6, 2015, President Nazarbayev addressed the 38th session of UNESCO's General Conference, the Organization's governing body, on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. The Head of State praised the Organization's work "in maintaining our cultural and historical heritage and expanding international co-operation in education, science and communications." In this context, he proposed consideration of "a global strategy to eliminate the root causes of wars and conflicts."

On November 6, 2016, Nursultan Nazarbayev arrived in Japan for an official visit, during which he met with the Emperor of Japan Akihito and held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Head of State also addressed the Japanese Parliament, spoke at the Tokai University, and met with Japanese business circles.

On the same day, a new variety of chrysanthemum named after President Nursultan Nazarbayev was presented. The newly named flower "President Nazarbayev" was presented at the All Japan Chrysanthemum Festival in Izumy City in Osaka Prefecture.



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