3.7-magnitude earthquake hit Almaty at night of July 22.
Kazakhstan Presidnet Nursultan Nazarbayev had a telephone conversation with President of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov.
The quake was registered at 10:40 a.m. Astana time. Its epicenter was at the depth of 1 km.
Central Asian countries are considered to be a high seismic risk zone and 6-7 magnitude quakes are possible in the area in the coming years.
A 4.8-magnitude earthquake shook the border of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan late at night.
4.1-magnitude earthquake hit Kazakhstan at 7.14 a.m. on May 25.
Following the recent flooding in Uralsk and a raft of earthquakes in Almaty, insurance companies have been receiving suggestions on new insurance packages from citizens.
6 billion tenge to be allocated for seismic reinforcement of education facilities: Bakytzhan Zhumagulov.
Kazakhstan Insurance Companies Association propose to start charging a compulsory insurance fees against possible future catastrophes from Kazakhstan citizens.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev suggested to transfer the Seismology Institute to the Ministry of Emergency Situations.
A representative of Red Croscent Society advised Almaty residents to pack up disaster preparedness kits on their own.
Kazakhstan Minister of Education and Science promised to deal with those responsible for late notification about the 5.4 quake in Almaty oblast on May 1.
Ostrovskiy School in Malovodnoye village was damaged by the 5.4 earthquake that hit Almaty oblast on May 1.
Almaty entrepreneurs will start selling first aid backpacks which may save lives in case of a strong earthquake.
Ministers of Emergency Situations and Communications talked about new projects in earthquake preparedness.
A seismologist commented on the nature of the 5.4 earthquake near Almaty on May 1 and tagged it off-standard.
Another 2-magnitude earthquake registered in Almaty oblast on May 4.
Two more quakes hit Almaty region on May 3 and 4.
Experts of European-Mediterranean Seismological Center made a map of earth shocks registered in Almaty area.
Director of Kazakh Institute of Seismology said that seismic activity is fading and there is no threat of a destructive earthquake.