13 july 2011, 11:46Belarus PM: CU countries need joint defense order
27 june 2011, 17:35Kazakhstan customs personnel will not be reduced in CU
25 june 2011, 14:47Russia's Vice PM envies Kazakhstan
23 june 2011, 14:25Kazakhstan military forces blocked Chu valley
10 june 2011, 16:08Kyrgyzstan must learn from ethnic clashes: president
24 may 2011, 12:37Yanukovich is happy with trade partnership with Kazakhstan
22 may 2011, 17:5489% percent of Kyrgyz power consumed by Astana
20 may 2011, 12:31CIS countries are not ready to sign Free Trade Agreement
13 may 2011, 11:49Putin found no oil in Kazakhstan part of the Caspian shelf
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