November 23. 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 23rd of November. See what notable events happened throughout Kazakhstan's history on November 23.
The International Day to End Impunity is on 23 November designated by the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX) in 2011. The day seeks to raise public awareness of threats against journalists and human rights defenders across the world.
The International Watercolor Day initiated by Mexican painter Alfredo Guati Rojo is marked on November 23 each year.
1992 – Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan establish diplomatic relations with the Agreement on eternal friendship and Treaty on deepening economic cooperation as a fundamental instrument.
2000 – Bulayevsk district of North Kazakhstan region is renamed after Magzhan Zhumabayev.
2010 – The first annual public award Samgau bestowed to persons with disabilities for their great achievements in culture, sport, education, and social life is established.
2016 – The Proclamation of 25 years of independence of Kazakhstan is adopted at the joint meeting of the Chambers of the Kazakh Parliament.
2016 – Kazakhstani Murat Kintonov claims the world judo champion title in the category up to 100kg in M4 Group at the world judo championships among veterans in Lauderdale Beach, Florida, USA.
2018 – Repeated winner and medalist of all-union and international competitions Timur Dosymbetov is inducted in the Hall of Fame of the International Modern Pentathlon Union for his contribution to the development of modern pentathlon in Kazakhstan.
2019 – The Kazakh Embassy in Lithuania and the World Toguz Kumalak Federation present the first handbook on toguz kumalak in the Lithuanian language issued by the ŽARA publishing house.
2019 – The military unit of the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan in Almaty city is named after Colonel Boris Kerimbayev nicknamed the «Black Mayor».