June 17. Kazinform's timeline of major events
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - Kazinform's Timeline is the one-stop shop where you can learn about historical events for the 17th of June. See what notable events happened throughout Kazakhstan's history on June 17.
In 1992, Ata tili publishing house released Akhmet Baiturssynov's book written in 1914 for teaching adults language.
The Military Institute of the Kazakh National Security Committee was established in 1993. In May 1999, it was transformed into the Academy of the Kazakh National Security Committee.
In 1998, a monument to Shamshi Kaldayakov was unveiled in South Kazakhstan region.
Construction of the new Bukei Khan Museum started in 2011 in Astrakhan region of Russia.
In 2013, Altyntau Kokshetau LLP joined the top 20 world's largest gold processing plants.
In 2013, Kazakhstan Republican TV and Radio Corporation joined the Association for International Broadcasting.
In 2014, North Kazakhstan proceeded to gold mining.
In 2014, Kazakh FM Yerlan Idrissov was awarded Red Apple award (Diplomacy), Kazakh Ambassador to Turkey Zhanseiit Tuimebayev (Diplomacy) and Olympic Games 2012 champion Serik Sapiyev (Sport) at the annual World Turkic Forum held in Edirne.
The Days of Kazakhstan Cinema were held for the first time ever in Tbilisi in 2014.
A burial of the warrior of the medieval period was unearthed in 2015 in Atyrau region.
In 2018, rector of the Kazakh National University of Arts Aiman Musakhodjayeva became the laureate of the Stars of the Commonwealth Prize of CIS.
In 2018 for the first time ever the collection of Magzhan Zhumabayev's poems published in 1912 in Kazan was demonstrated in North Kazakhstan region.