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Kazakhstan first deputy defence minister meets CJCSC

Posted by - April 12, 2022

RAWALPINDI: Lieutenant General Khussainov Marat Rakhimovich, First Deputy Defence Minister / Chief of General Staff Armed Forces of Republic of Kazakhstan, who is on official visit to Pakistan, called on General Nadeem Raza, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) at Joint Staff Headquarters Rawalpindi, today. Matters of bilateral strategic interest with particular emphasis on

Kazakhstan to host summit for Pakistani companies in May: ambassador

Posted by - March 18, 2022

ISLAMABAD: Kazakhstan will host a trade summit for Pakistan in Atakent Expo Centre, Almaty in May this year to provide opportunity for Pakistani companies to showcase their products to the business community of Kazakhstan. This was stated by Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Pakistan Yerzhan Kistafin, who  called on the Federal Minister of National Food Security

Govt finalises plan to borrow $5bn from Russia, China, Kazakhstan

Posted by - January 31, 2022

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Economic Affairs has prepared a plan for obtaining $5 billion in loans from China, Russia, and Kazakhstan. The incumbent government plans to borrow $3 billion from China and $2 billion from Russia and Kazakhstan, BOL News reported on Monday. According to sources privy to the development, the finance ministry has finalised

Oil prices jump over Kazakhstan unrest

Posted by - January 9, 2022

LONDON: Unrest in OPEC+ member Kazakhstan has pushed up oil prices as investors fear supply interruptions, but the uranium market appears less affected despite the Central Asian country being the world’s second largest producer. “Riots obviously can stop production and exports,” said Bjarne Schieldrop, an analyst at Swedish bank SEB. Over the week, crude prices

CSTO peacekeeping troops reach Kazakhstan

Posted by - January 7, 2022

Military personnel regained control of the main airport, seized earlier by protesters. Thursday evening saw renewed battles in Almaty’s main square, occupied alternately by troops and hundreds of protesters throughout much of the day. Reuters reporters heard explosions and gunfire as military vehicles and scores of soldiers advanced, although the shooting stopped again after nightfall.

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