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Kazakh capital  celebrates its 10th Anniversary












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Special Issue No 1, January 18, 2008
KAZAKHSTAN REACHES CONSENSUS WITH FOREIGN OIL COMPANIES OVER GIANT OILFIELD

Special Issue No 2, January 19, 2008
STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT, THE NATIONAL BANK AND FINANCIAL SUPERVISION AGENCY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN ON ECONOMIC POLICY GOALS FOR 2008...

Updated June 18, 2008
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KAZAKHSTAN'S CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL SECURITY

CONFERENCE ON INTERACTION AND CONFIDENCE BUILDING MEASURES IN ASIA (CICA) : A ROAD TO GREAT SECURITY IN ASIA
During their summit in Kazakhstan's city of Almaty on June 4, 2002, the heads of state and government of 16 Asian nations, declaring their support for peaceful resolution of disputes and the common fight against terrorism, established a new Asian security organization stretching from Egypt to China, an organization that has never existed in the past. In June 2006, the second summic of CICA took place in Almaty taking the organization to a new level.

CONGRESS OF LEADERS OF WORLD AND TRADITIONAL RELIGIONS: PROMOTING DIALOGUE AND UNDERSTANDING IN TENSE TIMES
Leaders and senior representatives of all the world's major faiths closed their two-day meeting in Astana September 24, 2003 with a strong condemnation of terrorism and prophecies of a "clash of civilizations". They pledged to continue dialogue in the name of peace, harmony and prosperity.
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President of Kazakhstan
Nursultan Nazarbayev
delivers
State-of-the-Nation
Address






Growth of Welfare of Kazakhstan’s Citizens is the Primary Goal
of State Policy
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We express satisfaction with the progress the United States and Kazakhstan have made in advancing our strategic partnership, and declare our commitment to a shared vision of stability, prosperity, and democratic reform in Central Asia and the broader region.

Presidents Nursultan Nazarbayev and George Bush,
September 29, 2006, The White House