The EEC Council approved a project on strategic development of Eurasian economic integration, intended until 2025.
Samarkand is a tourist attraction center in Uzbekistan.
The fourth annual international virtual conference organized by Nazarbayev University.
According to the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) of the country, the voter turnout was more than 70 percent.
Main opposition parties of Kyrgyzstan established a Coordination Council.
The initiative’s main goal is to assist the five Central Asian countries.
Kyrgyzstan is getting ready for the second COVID-19 wave.
Tourism industry as an engine of development - Central Asian countries intend to exploit the full potential of this industry.
MediaCAMP Fest has become a professional platform for regional journalists.
COVID-19 infection rates are rising in Uzbekistan. 230 more coronavirus cases were registered in the country in the last 24 hours.
Uzbekistan has no intention of letting the situation with coronavirus keep on any further.
The first meeting took place in Nur-Sultan in 2004.
Meantime, medical facilities in Kyrgyzstan, where coronavirus patients are treated, were provided with additional equipment.
According to the official data, the COVID-19 infected 20,531 people and killed 116 coronavirus patients in Uzbekistan.
The book author Kodirjon Nosirov said that the new book about Abai’s work will spark a lot of interest among literature fans.
A WHO mission of five experts came to Turkmenistan to assess the situation with coronavirus in the country.
Kyrgyzstan has been registering from 200 to 500 coronavirus cases daily for the third consecutive week.
This historical document should ensure transparency of the distribution of water during the growing season.
The first science festival in the region Central Asia is expected to take place from the 1st to the 4th of October.
World Bank Regional Director for Central Asia Lilia Burunciuc stated that the recovery process will take time.