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- Senate agreed to appoint Abykaev for post of KNB headThe first regular session of the Parliament of the fourth convocation of the plenary session of the Senate took place today. The deputies agreed to appointment to the post of the head of the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan, Nurtay Abykaev, the agency reports citing the senate press service.
- Legislation on intellectual property to be brought into accord with international standardsThe legislation on intellectual property needs to be brought into accord with the international standards. The President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, said opening the fourth session of the Parliament of the fourth convocation on Wednesday, the agency reports.
- President urges banks to expand financing of businessThe President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, opening the fourth session of the Parliament of the fourth convocation on Wednesday, called upon banks of the second level to expand financing of business, the agency reports.
- Majilismen suggest making September 1 - day offThe deputies of Majilis of Parliament of Kazakhstan, Bahyt Syzdykova and Elena Tarasenko, made an inquiry addressed to the Prime Minister, having suggested making September 1- a day off. B. Syzdykova read the deputy's inquiry during the plenary Majilis session today, the agency reports.
- Economy of Kazakhstan growsThe economy of Kazakhstan has been growing. The President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, said opening the fourth session of the Parliament of the fourth convocation on Wednesday, the agency reports.
- Nazarbayev defined four groups for preparation for OSCE summit in AstanaThe head of state, Nursultan Nazarbayev, has defined four working groups for preparation for the summit on Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which will be held on December 1-2, 2010 in Astana. The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, Secretary of State, Kanat Saudabaev, informed during the first session of the working group for safety of the OSCE summit, the agency reports.