The National emblem, flag, and anthem are the immutable pillars of every state.
The cities of Almaty, Astana, Shymkent, Aktau and Atyrau remain the most popular holiday destinations among Kazakh citizens.
The Grand Prix of the 5th Eurasian Creative Guild (ECG) Film Festival in London was awarded to Marina Kunarova’s film ‘The Crying Steppe’ based on real historical events of the 1920-1930s, which was highly praised by experts.
The first collection of popular Kazakh songs translated into Chinese was presented in Beijing.
The nominal value of the coins is from 500 to 5,000 tenge and the circulation varies from 250 to 1,000 pieces.
It is noteworthy that Kazakhstan ranks 50th out of 180 countries in terms of the duration and safety of childhood.
The processing period for petitions by state bodies in Kazakhstan will be reduced.
Zamzagul Tuitina not only translated, but also made voiceover of excerpts from popular works of Kazakh writers.