Bishkek, June 18, 2019. /Kabar/. Young futsalists from the Kyrgyz Republic took first place at the international tournament in Atyrau (Kazakhstan), sport.kg reported.
Head trainer Valery Bulgakov noted that the international futsal tournament was held for the cup of Zhylyoi district of Atyrau region among the players of 2006-2007 years of birth.
The game ended with a score of 2-1 in favor of the Kyrgyz team in match with local team.
Six teams took part in the tournament in general. The Kyrgyz Republic was represented only by one team (children of 2006 year of birth).
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Kazakhstan plans to export agricultural food products to Japan and South Korea, Minister of Agriculture Saparkhan Omarov said it at the Government's sitting today in Nur-Sultan.
According to him, the export of agricultural products in 2018 rose by 24.5%, while the export of processed products increased by 3.5%. "In order to enter the foreign markets, we need to hold talks with Israel, Turkey, Kuwait, Oman, Japan, South Korea and EU countries," he said.
In 2018, Kazakhstan and China signed a road map of adjusting import requirements to the priority export-oriented agricultural products from Kazakhstan. The Minister reminded that the Chinese market can accept 13 groups of goods from Kazakhstan - fish products, thoroughbred horses, frozen mutton, honey, wheat, wheat middling, soybeans, beef, etc.
"Together with the Iranian side we have approved veterinary requirements to the supply of sheep, frozen or chilled mutton, beef and eggs. A veterinary certificate for the export of cattle from Kazakhstan was adjusted with Saudi Arabia. Besides, the country exports beef to Bahrain," Saparkhan Omarov said.
As a result, according to the Minister, the export of agricultural products to China augmented by 30.4%. The volume of exports to the Gulf Persian states (Qatar, Kuwait, the UAE, KSA, Oman and Bahrain) rose 4.1 times, to Iran - 2.1 times and to the EU - by 14.6%.
MOSCOW, 18 June (BelTA) – A session of the coordinating council of heads of agencies of the Collective Security Treaty Organization member states in charge of fighting illegal migration will take place in Cholpon Ata, Kyrgyzstan on 20 June, BelTA has learned.
Participants of the session intend to discuss the state of migration affairs in the Collective Security Treaty Organization member states and the effectiveness of measures being taken to counteract illegal migration. They will also decide on further work on the draft CSTO agreement on counteracting illegal migration. Results of the latest CSTO campaign to fight illegal migration will be analyzed. The secretary of the coordinating council will be appointed.
Participants of the session are also expected to share their countries' experience of oversight over visa-free travels of foreign citizens. The experience of counteracting efforts of migrants to use marriage frauds in order to legalize their status in the CSTO member states will also be discussed.
Tashkent, June 18, 2019. /Kabar/. Employees of the Kyrgyz Ministry of Health Kerezgul Beishebayeva and Olga Kindyakova presented the experience of Kyrgyzstan in the development of national health information systems (HIS) during the third meeting of CARINFONET (Information Network of Central Asian Republics) in Tashkent, correspondent of Kabar News Agency reported from the venue.
Kerezgul Beishebayeva, Chief Specialist of the Strategic Planning and Program Implementation Department of the Kyrgyz Health Ministry, said that in the presentation special attention is paid to the review of progress in HIS in Kyrgyzstan and the assessment of the work plan, taking into account the implementation of those activities that were identified as priorities at the last meeting, as well as the identification of new priority actions for the coming years.
“The results of this meeting will allow for enhanced partnerships at the national and regional levels. The World Health Organization stresses the need to increase the benefits of collaboration between the entire government and society,” Beishebayeva said.
CARINFONET works in 7 key areas: collection and analysis of health information; improvement of access to and dissemination of health information; strengthening of institutional and human resources capacity; strengthening of health information systems; support in the development of health information strategies; improvement of communication and advocacy; and partnership development at the national and regional levels.
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