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
11 may 2011, 17:25Kazakhstan and Russia to jointly use Bugristoye customs facility
11 may 2011, 16:27Prime-Ministers of CU countries to meet in Minsk on May 19
06 may 2011, 16:16Q1 2011 inflation rate in Kazakhstan lowest in the CIS
04 may 2011, 14:33Number of Russian enterprises in Kazakhstan on the rise
29 april 2011, 17:05Dzhekshenkulov to Nazarbayev: Kyrgyzs can't walk with hat in hand
29 april 2011, 15:38Kyrgyzstan alternative Prime-Minister does not preclude integration with Kazakhstan
25 april 2011, 14:57CSTO member-states plan training in Kyrgyzstan
22 april 2011, 18:08Khrunichev Space Center pays full compensation for delay of KazSat-2 launch
19 april 2011, 22:42Kazakhstan to help Kyrgyzstan repair armored vehicles
19 april 2011, 18:01Nazarbayev arrived in Kiev for nuclear energy summit
15 april 2011, 16:25Customs Union may smash Kazakh milk producers
13 april 2011, 12:23Jan-Feb Kazakhstan’s exports to Customs Union states 57% up
07 april 2011, 14:52Kazakhstan may terminate lease agreement over Taissogan testing site
04 april 2011, 22:54Nazarbayev is No.10 in CIS media rating
24 march 2011, 17:24President Nazarbayev ratifies EurAsEC court statute
18 march 2011, 10:16Astana and Moscow point out benefits of Customs Union
17 march 2011, 20:22Nazarbayev and Medvedev discuss Joint Action Plan for 2011-2012
17 march 2011, 17:18Kazakhstan to render free military aid to Kyrgyzstan
17 march 2011, 12:08President Nazarbayev arrives in Moscow
17 march 2011, 11:29Moscow and Astana to finalized Common Economic Space by July 1
16 march 2011, 11:16Yandex.Money enters Kazakhstan
16 march 2011, 10:37Prime Ministers of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus agree on salaries for judges
16 march 2011, 10:01Massimov announces working group to simplify passport control within Customs Union
15 march 2011, 15:20Karim Massimov to take part in EurAsEC council
06 march 2011, 03:59CSTO needs common list of terrorist organizations
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