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Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Photo by Dmitriy Khegai©
Kazakhstan and Turkey signed agreements worth $1 billion

A range of agreements totaling around $1 billion were signed during Kazakhstan-Turkish business forum.

Kazakhstan and Turkey signed agreements worth $1 billion
First deputy General Prosecutor of Kazakhstan Iogan Merkel. Photo courtesy of vesti.kz
Great Britain and Switzerland not interested in extradition agreement with Kazakhstan: Prosecutor

Great Britain and Switzerland do not want to sign an agreement on extradition, they refer to recommendations of the European Council: Iogan Merkel.

Great Britain and Switzerland not interested in extradition agreement with Kazakhstan: Prosecutor
U.S. President Barack Obama (R) shakes hands with Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai. ©REUTERS/Larry Downing
US rejects calls to slow Afghan withdrawals

US President Barack Obama on Wednesday held a video conference with Afghan President Hamid Karzai focusing partly on an unprecedented wave of attacks on NATO troops by their local comrades.

US rejects calls to slow Afghan withdrawals
Taliban 'open' to ceasefire, US presence to 2024: think-tank
Taliban 'open' to ceasefire, US presence to 2024: think-tank

The Taliban are open to a general ceasefire as well as a political agreement which could lead to a US military presence in Afghanistan up until 2024.

Taliban 'open' to ceasefire, US presence to 2024: think-tank
Japan to buy islands disputed with China: reports
Japan to buy islands disputed with China: reports

Japan's government has agreed to buy a group of islands at the centre of a territorial dispute with China, reports said Wednesday, a move likely to prove a further irritant in a tense relationship.

Japan to buy islands disputed with China: reports
Tiny island creates major migration headache for Spain
Tiny island creates major migration headache for Spain

Spain lashed out at human traffickers Monday as it grappled with more than 80 immigrants who made their way to a tiny Spanish-owned islet off the coast of Morocco.

Tiny island creates major migration headache for Spain
Chavez declares lead 'irreversible' ahead of vote
Chavez declares lead 'irreversible' ahead of vote

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has an "irreversible" advantage over his rival, Henrique Capriles, in the upcoming October 7 election.

Chavez declares lead 'irreversible' ahead of vote
Rebels battle to 'liberate' Syria capital
Rebels battle to 'liberate' Syria capital

Rebels declared the battle to "liberate" Damascus has begun as heavy fighting raged across the city on Tuesday and Russia said an agreement is possible for a UN resolution on the Syria crisis.

Rebels battle to 'liberate' Syria capital
Merkel pushes EU, Southeast Asia free trade pact
Merkel pushes EU, Southeast Asia free trade pact

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday said Europe must step up its efforts to establish a free trade pact with booming Southeast Asia.

Merkel pushes EU, Southeast Asia free trade pact
Russia accuses West of distorting Syria deal
Russia accuses West of distorting Syria deal

Russia accused the West on Tuesday of seeking to distort an agreement for a political transition in Syria, after international peace envoy Kofi Annan said a ceasefire was imperative.

Russia accuses West of distorting Syria deal
Pakistan reopens Afghan supply routes as US says sorry
Pakistan reopens Afghan supply routes as US says sorry

Pakistan agreed to reopen key supply routes into Afghanistan Tuesday, ending a bitter stand-off after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she was sorry for the loss of life in a botched air raid.

Pakistan reopens Afghan supply routes as US says sorry
First deputy head of the Government Administration of Russia Sergey Prikhodko. ©RIA Novosti
Amendments to the Friendship Agreement between Kazakhstan and Russia will be purely administrative

Sergey Prikhodko told about the amendments to the Agreement on Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between Russia and Kazakhstan.

Amendments to the Friendship Agreement between Kazakhstan and Russia will be purely administrative
Photo by Danial Okassov©
Kazakhstan and China to sign agreement on border checkpoints

An Agreement between the governments of Kazakhstan and China on the border checkpoints is to be signed during Nursultan Nazarbayev’s visit to China.

Kazakhstan and China to sign agreement on border checkpoints
President Nazarbayev meeting Sergei Naryshkin, Head of the Russia’s State Duma. Photo courtesy of akorda.kz
Nazarbayev speaks up for renewal of the Agreement on Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between Kazakhstan and Russia

April 25 President Nazarbayev met Sergei Naryshkin, Head of the Russia’s State Duma.

Nazarbayev speaks up for renewal of the Agreement on Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between Kazakhstan and Russia
Photo courtesy of onlinetour.by
More than 1600 Kazakhstan corruptionists are hiding abroad

More than 1600 Kazakhstan bribetakers are hiding abroad at present.

More than 1600 Kazakhstan corruptionists are hiding abroad
Meeting of the heads of EurAsEC member-countries. ©RIA Novosti/Mikhail Klimentyev
Kazakhstan intervened with the agreement on Eurasian Economic Union

The agreement on transformation of EurAsEC was not signed at the summit in Moscow, because Kazakhstan objected to creation of the Eurasian Economic Union.

Kazakhstan intervened with the agreement on Eurasian Economic Union
Majilis deputies. Photo by Danial Okassov©
Majilis ratified agreement on transit of military property to Afghanistan via Kazakhstan

This is a message of our good will, support to the international forces ensuring security in Afghanistan: MP.

Majilis ratified agreement on transit of military property to Afghanistan via Kazakhstan
Sergey Lavrov, Russian Federation's Minister of Foreign Affairs. ©RIA Novosti
Customs Union sings free trade zone treaty with New Zealand by year end

Free trade zone treaty could be signed between the Customs Union (Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus) and New Zealand by the end of 2012.

Customs Union sings free trade zone treaty with New Zealand by year end
U.S. Embassy in Kazakhstan. Photo by  Danial Okassov©
U.S. will provide $4.5 million in aid to Kazakhstan in 2012

The U.S. are rendering Kazakhstan technical aid in health, education, support of small and medium business and trade: Vice-Minister.

U.S. will provide $4.5 million in aid to Kazakhstan in 2012
CSTO summit in the Kremlin, Moscow. ©RIA Novosti
Third countries will require a joint decision of CSTO to place military bases

Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) states will take joint decisions on deployment of third countries' military bases at the CSTO territory.

Third countries will require a joint decision of CSTO to place military bases