Kazakhstan is ready to partake in collaborative defense companies to manufacture weapon and military equipment in the country.
Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov and Foreign Minister of Tajikistan Sirodjidin Aslov sign a cooperation plan.
The OECD has arrived to Astana to monitor Kazakhstani legislation as a part of the Istanbul Anti-corruption Action Plan
Rakhat, a major Kazakhstani confectionary company, plans to expand into foreign markets.
Five nuclear powers signed a new Protocol to the existing Central Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free-Zone (CANWFZ) Treaty in New York on Tuesday.
Experts believe that Kyrgyzstan’s plans to cut export of electricity to Kazakhstan in 2014 would not cause a deficit in the country.
3D/4D ultrasonography devices are now being produced in Shymkent in southern Kazakhstan.
The European Court of Auditors (ECA) has concluded that the Commission and the European External Action Service (EEAS) had developed a good plan of assistance to Central Asia, but was implementing it slowly.
Kazakhstan has provided humanitarian aid to Sri Lanka to help the country’s detonating economy.
Tajikistan's long-running President Emomali Rakhmon was inaugurated for a fourth term on Saturday, as he promised to alleviate the grinding poverty in the former Soviet country.
Kazakhstan Minister of Foreign Affairs Yerlan Idrisov believes it premature to discuss integration in Central Asia and more appropriate to think of it as cooperation.
Tethys Petrolium is selling 50 percent of its Kazakhstan assets to SinoHan Oil and Gas Investment.
Voters in Tajikistan, the poorest state in the former USSR, were set Wednesday to hand President Emomali Rakhmon an easy victory for a fourth term at the helm of his country bordering Afghanistan.
According to Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of Kazakhstan Marat Shaikhutdinov, external players are more concerned with the integration of Central Asia than the region itself is.
A woman is for the first time bidding for the presidency in Tajikistan after an opposition bloc including an Islamic party chose a respected female rights lawyer as its candidate in the majority Muslim country.
CSTO countries will transfer their weapons and military vehicles to Tajikistan free of charge for protection of the border with Afghanistan.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev arrived in Kyrgyzstan for the SCO summit on September 12.
Two travelers from the Czech Republic are going to cross the Pamir Mountains driving through Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Udrissov called Asian countries to cooperate in water management, food and energy security.
Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov will render an official visit to Dushanbe on March 28 after visiting Uzbekistan the day earlier.
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