Flowers laid to Zheltoksan Tany Monument in Almaty ALMATY. KAZINFORM Almaty Mayor Bakhytzhan Sagintayev, mayors of districts, public figures, representatives of Zheltoksan and youth organizations paid tribute to the victims of the December 1986 events laying flowers to the Tauelsizdik Tany Monument, Kazinform reports.
New COVID-19 cases above 7,000 for 3rd day ahead of tougher virus curbs SEOUL. KAZINFORM South Korea's new coronavirus cases stayed above 7,000 for the third consecutive day Friday, with the country set to restore tight social distancing and other virus curbs to contain the fast spread of the virus.
AIFC Authority and Law Society of Hong Kong discuss coop opportunities NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM The representatives of the AIFC Authority headed by Mr. Nurzhan Kosbayev, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, hosted an online meeting with the newly elected President of the Law Society of Hong Kong, Mr. C.M. Chan, as well as Mr. Amirali B. Nasir and Mr. Christopher K.K. Yu, Vice-Presidents, and Ms. Heidi Chu, Secretary-General.
Heroism of participants of December events inscribed in history of Kazakhstan’s statehood, President NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM «Heroism of the participants of December events, which became the herald of the country’s independence, is inscribed in history of Kazakhstan’s statehood,» the Twitter post of the Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev reads.
Sharp rise in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations sparks return to online classes, new mandates WASHINGTON. KAZINFORM COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are surging again across the United States before holidays, prompting some universities to return to online classes and states to adopt new mask and vaccine mandates.
30th Anniversary of Independence of Kazakhstan celebrated in Mongolia ULAANBAATAR. KAZINFORM As part of the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Mongolia, together with the Kandas living in Mongolia, organized a number of events.
COVID-19: 11 regions and 3 cities of Kazakhstan go ‘green’ NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Akmola, Pavlodar, and North Kazakhstan regions are in the moderate COVID-19 risk ‘yellow area’ as of today, December 16, the Telegram Channel of the Interdepartmental Commission for preventing coronavirus spread in Kazakhstan reads.