• Спецпроекты
  • Weather forecast
    • Exchange Rates
    • 426.04
    • 506.39
    • 5.82
  • SEND YOUR NEWS TO US WhatsApp +7 (777) 001 44 99
  1. Main
  2. Learn
  3. Politics
  4. Politics

Kazakhstan to render aid to Nepal: Ministry of Foreign Affairs 04 мая 2015, 18:42

Kazakhstan will render assistance to Nepal.
  • Vkontakte
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Одноклассники
  • Telegram
Новостью поделились: человек

Kazakhstan to render aid to Nepal: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kazakhstan to render aid to Nepal: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Kazakhstan will render assistance to Nepal, Tengrinews reports citing the Ambassador-at-Large and spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Altay Abibullayev.

“Kazakhstan expresses sincere condolences to the people and government of Nepal over to the death of thousands of people in the series of devastating earthquakes,” Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

“We join the world in sending condolence and our support. We are grateful to the government of Nepal and the Russian Federation for taking care and evacuating Kazakhstani citizens from the emergency areas. Kazakhstan will render aid to Nepal in this tragic situation,” Abibullayev said.

A powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on April 25. The epicentre of the earthquake was 81 kilometres (50 miles) away to the northwest of Kathmandu. According to the UN, the number of the victims made 6.2 thousand. Over 14 thousand people were injured. The UN appealed to the international community asking for $415 million in humanitarian aid.

Writing by Gyuzel Kamalova, editing by Tatyana Kuzmina


Nobel prizewinner proposes a new city in KZ
New abnormal snowfalls expected in Kazakhstan
Huge glacier retreat triggered in 1940s
Hyperloop construction begins in Las Vegas
"Moonlight" to top Spirit Awards nominations
Oil prices fall due to investors uncertainty
New dwarf galaxy discovered around Milky Way
Kanat Islam becomes a top ten WBO boxer
World oil prices continue to rise
Kazakhstan expects warming - Kazhydromet
Merkel to seek fourth term as chancellor
Sale of Tintin drawings set to break records
US, EU stocks fall as markets focus on dollar
Pacific leaders urged to defend free trade
EU warns eight nations on budget deficit
Universiade-2017: Athletic Village is ready
Bob Dylan can't make Nobel ceremony
Messi will never leave Barca - club president
Google, Facebook take aim at 'fake' news
Aerosmith announces Europe 'farewell' tour
Putin, Trump to normalise US-Russia ties
At least 10 hurt in southern Turkey blast
6.2 quake hits western Japan

Firebase Cloud Messaging