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Koreans in Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 16, 2016 – 06:31 am

Koreans in Kazakhstan

Alternative Names There are roughly 500, Koreans living in the former Soviet Union, about two-thirds of them in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, and the remaining one-third mostly in Russia. In the past, both in the academic literature and the vernacular, the term Soviet Koreans was used to refer to all Koreans living in the USSR, but the Koreans referred to themselves as either Koryo saram or Choson saram* interchangeably. Nowadays the term Koryo saram is preferred. Recently in South Korean scientific litera­ture, mass media, and everyday speech two…

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Hotels in Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 8, 2016 – 06:15 am

Hotels in Kazakhstan

To keep the rating score and review content relevant for your upcoming trip, we archive reviews older than 24 months for properties that have more than 30 reviews. Only a customer who has booked through Booking.com and stayed at the property in question can write a review. This allows us to verify that our reviews come from real guests like you. Who better to tell others about the free breakfast, friendly staff, or their comfortable room than someone who’s stayed at the property? We want you to share your story, with both the good and the not-so-good…

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Kazakhstan mining

Posted by on December 4, 2016 – 05:58 am

Kazakhstan mining

Kazakhstan s mining industry value is set to soar in the next four years, reaching US$29.5 billion by 2017, slightly down from previous forecasts, due mainly to the recent overall decline in commodity prices, says a newly-published report by Business Monitor. Growth will be led almost exclusively by the coal, gold and copper sectors, which together account for the majority of the value of the Central Asian nation s mining industry. Coal remains one of the core industries for Kazakhstan, employing around 40, people only in the mineral-rich province…

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Kazakhstan Hotel, Atyrau

Posted by on November 30, 2016 – 05:45 am

Kazakhstan Hotel, Atyrau

Great business hotel - spacious rooms with good wifi, room service, good selection of eating options and good leisure faciltities. Management and staff are very professional and friendly. Prime spot in the centre of town and within 10 minutes of the airport on all but the busiest days. Atyrau Dastan Hotel Expat worker traveling from Europe to offshore Kazakhstan. I have used several hotels in atyrau and this one is not bad and better than others. Nice large room with reasonable facilities. Wi-Fi works just fine at least in the room I had on the…

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Kazakhstan note 3

Posted by on November 24, 2016 – 05:34 am

Kazakhstan note 3

The Galaxy Note 3 and other unofficial devices have been spotted by a publication on a Samsung Kazakhstan web page detailing a VIP service for the region. First seen by TechTastic , the web page is still up and seems to include a variety of Samsung devices including Android-based smartphones and tablets. The Galaxy Note 3 is clearly listed on the page as the SM-N9 (see following image), although other details about the upcoming handset are not offered. Comparatively, the Galaxy Note 8 has model number GT-N5100, while the Galaxy Note 10.1 has model…

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OSCE Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 20, 2016 – 12:53 am

OSCE Kazakhstan

The OSCE/ODIHR EOM and the OSCE Programme Office in Astana operate separately under their specific mandates. Long-term observation The OSCE/ODIHR EOM, headed by Corien Jonker, consists of 12 international experts based in Astana. In addition, 30 long-term observers will be deployed throughout the country from 31 March. The OSCE/ODIHR EOM will assess these elections for their compliance with OSCE commitments and other international obligations for democratic elections, as well as with national legislation. Observers will closely monitor candidate…

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Hotel Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 2, 2016 – 12:15 am

Hotel Kazakhstan

Located just 15 kilometers from Almaty International Airport, our Ramada Almaty hotel provides relaxing comfort at an affordable price. Our central location in Almaty makes us the smart choice for business trips and events. Our Almaty hotel features a full-service spa, fitness centre, indoor pool, dry sauna, concierge, free parking, on-site dining and business centre. Enjoy free Wi-Fi Internet access and free hot breakfast, with the option to upgrade to a deluxe breakfast buffet for a fee. All of our guest rooms feature working desk, laptop-compatible…

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Kazakhstan Air Force

Posted by on July 29, 2016 – 12:12 am

Kazakhstan Air Force

Kazakhstan Air Force has received new Sukhoi Su-30SM. The Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan April 17, 2015 to announce the arrival at the air base in the city of Taldykorgan new Su-30cm. This multi-purpose aircraft will greatly enhance the combat potential of the Air Defense Forces. In addition, the technical capabilities of the aircraft will achieve a high level of training of flight crews, “- said Air Force Major General Nurlan Ormanbetov. Recall that in the near future Kazakh Air Force extended with new fighter Su-30cm 4 ++ generation…

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Living in Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 26, 2016 – 06:35 pm

Living in Kazakhstan

The costs of moving to Kazakhstan were considerably more than the general costs of living in Kazakhstan. It’s easy to live comfortably here in Astana. Though, I’m happy to have savings from my last job so that I can travel/easily escape. Housing is covered by the library where I work, which is a relief because when I researched rental prices, they averaged about $700-800 for a modest one-bedroom apartment. I wouldn’t have been able to afford that on my salary, which is about half of what I made at my last job in Vancouver, Canada. I share an apartment…

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Religion Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 16, 2016 – 05:58 pm

Religion Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan (MNN) — Nobody has been really surprised at the increasing crackdowns over religious freedom issues in Kazakhstan. Shortly after Tajikistan modified its religion laws, Kazakhstan adopted new religious legislation in 2011. Then, last year, the laws began to bite. This legislation has made the training of Christian leaders much more difficult and youth work now requires the permission of both parents. Compulsory censorship on religious materials is imposed. Training of Christian leaders has become much more complicated, and youth work now…

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Famous people in Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 14, 2016 – 05:46 pm

Famous people in Kazakhstan

Sometimes it seems as if the whole world is populated by Americans and Brits – or at least that’s how it looks if you watch films and TV shows. That the world’s pop culture is currently dominated by Western names is undoubted, and certainly other areas are weighted in favour of the larger economic powerhouses of the world. But of course each country has its own distinct culture interiorly, and often a large field of world-class people who don’t always get their due simply because their home country doesn’t have the publicity apparatus that the USA…

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GOVERNMENT Kazakhstan

Posted by on January 4, 2016 – 09:48 am

GOVERNMENT Kazakhstan

Executive The president determines the main directions of domestic and foreign policy of the state and represents the country in international relations. The prime minister supervises and organizes the basic government. The president is elected by plurality vote. The prime minister is appointed by the president with the approval of parliament. President: 5 years; Prime Minister: at discretion of president Judicial The supreme court serves as the highest of three levels of courts (regional appeal, city, and district courts). The constitutional court…

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Map of Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 16, 2015 – 12:30 pm

Map of Kazakhstan

About Almaty Satellite view is showing Almaty, largest city and the former capital of Kazakhstan. The city is located in the northern foothills of the Trans-Ili Alatau, where the Bolshaya and Malaya Almaatinka rivers emerge into the plain. Almaty (also known as Alma-Ata) has a population of about 2 million inhabitants. Today the capital city of Kazakhstan is Astana. Spoken languages are Kazakh (official) and Russian. History (short version) Founded in 1854 as a Russian military post, it was built on the site of a settlement destroyed by the Mongols…

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Kazakhstan language

Posted by on September 26, 2015 – 01:49 pm

Kazakhstan language

Kazakhstan is a strategically situated country sandwiched in between Russia and China. Americans may not know much about Kazakhstan, but it’s the ninth largest country in the world: four times the size of Texas and with a lot more oil! Why is Kazakhstan important to the United States? Kazakhstan is important for its size, location, and most of all, its vast deposits of oil and natural gas . American companies are trying to deliver these resources to world markets. It’s also important for issues like international terrorism, controlling drug trafficking…

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Kazakhstan political situation

Posted by on May 20, 2015 – 01:23 pm

Kazakhstan political situation

The Republic of Kazakhstan has a parliamentary system dominated by President Nursultan Nazarbayev and the ruling Nur Otan Party. While the Government of Kazakhstan articulates a strategic vision of a democratic society, it has lagged on the implementation front. The leadership remains resistant to competitive political processes, and the situation is complicated by the fact that President Nazarbayev is extraordinarily popular, while the opposition is weak, fractured, and comprised principally of former Nazarbayev loyalists who fell out of favor…

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