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- Deliveris of irrigation water to the south of Kazakhstan resumedDeliveries of irrigation water to the south of Kazakhstan from Kyrgyzstan has been resumed. Water has recently arrived at Taraz hydrosystem. Vice Director of Tarazvodhoz, Berik Nuraliev, informed the agency.
- Foreign currency exchange rates fixed by National BankThe National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan fixed the foreign currency exchange rates to the tenge for May 22, 23, 24:
- Reason of mass death of saiga in Western Kazakhstan area - poisoningThe reason of mass death of saiga in the Western Kazakhstan area is, presumably, poisoning. The chairman of Wood and Hunting Committee of the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan, Erlan Nysanbaev, informed today in an interview to journalists, the agency reports.
- CRRF CSTO exercises to be held in Chelyabinsk area in OctoberThe representatives of six state-participants of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) signed the protocol on carrying out of joint operational and tactical exercises of the Collective Forces of Rapid Response (CRRF) in the Chebarkulsky garrison of the Chelyabinsk area. The CRRF CSTO operational and tactical exercises will pass in the the Chelyabinsk area on October 25 - 28, 2010, the agency reports citing RIA RosBusinessConsulting (RBC).
- Full volume of Kazakhstan Today news can be read only on www.kt.kz siteFull volume of Kazakhstan Today news can be read only on www.kt.kz site
- Creation of Customs Union will be beneficial for economies of Kazakhstan, Russia and BelarusCreation of the Customs Union will beneficial for the economies of Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus. The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov, said during the session of the supreme body of the Customs Union at the level of prime ministers in St. Petersburg, the agency reports citing official mass media.
- Waste management of Kazakhstan oil and gas industry to introduce high technologiesHigh technologies need to be introduced in the sphere of waste management of the Kazakhstan oil and gas industry. Vice President of Ecological Regulation Committee of the Ministry of Environmental Protection of Kazakhstan, Suyundik Turekeldiev, said at the third forum of suppliers Recycling and Waste Management, the agency reports.
- BP Corporation hid oil spill scales in Gulf of MexicoThe British Petroleum Corporation (BP) admitted much more oil has been gushing into the Gulf of Mexico than it has been informed earlier, the agency reports citing Vesti.Ru.
- Kazakhstan ratified agreement on circulation of products subject to obligatory conformity assuranceKazakhstan ratified the agreement on circulation of products subject to obligatory conformity assurance in the Customs Union territory, the agency reports citing the president's press service.
- Unique model of domestic helicopter created in KazakhstanThe engineering design office, working in Shymkent, developed a unique model of a light helicopter. The spare parts for pre-production model assemblage are being produced at the factories in Europe and America, the agency reports citing television channel Habar.
- Agriculture Ministry to lower dependence of southern regions of Kazakhstan on irrigation water of Kyrgyzstan
Agriculture Ministry to lower dependence of southern regions of Kazakhstan on irrigation water of KyrgyzstanThe Ministry of Agriculture along with the experts will be engaged in studying the issue of decrease in dependence of the southern regions of Kazakhstan from irrigation water of Kyrgyzstan, the chairman of Water Resources Committee of Agriculture Ministry of Kazakhstan, Anarbek Orman, informed the agency.
- Saiga death toll in Western Kazakhstan reached 1200 headsSaiga death toll in Western Kazakhstan reached 1200 heads
- Belarus to participate in development of potash salt deposits in KazakhstanBelarus plans to participate in exploration of potash salt deposits in Kazakhstan. The Prime Minister of Belarus, Sergey Sidorsky, informed at the opening of the plenary session of the Belarus-Kazakhstan business forum in Minsk, the agency reports citing BELTA.
- Beaten glass found in Nestle coffeeBeaten glass has been found in Nestle coffee cans, the agency reports citing the company's press release.
- Deliveries of irrigation water from Kyrgyzstan to southern regions of Kazakhstan to be resumedDeliveries of irrigation water from Kyrgyzstan to the southern regions of Kazakhstan will be resumed today. The head of Regulation, Use and Protection of Water Resources Department of the Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan, Muhtar Zhakenov, informed.
- World prices for oil gone downThe world prices for oil, following the results of the tenders on Thursday, have significantly gone down, the agency reports citing RIA RosBusinessConsulting (RBC).