KAZAKHSTAN / KAZAKİSTAN
“Our earnest desire to build a world without conflict, terrorism, and nuclear weapons, and we set the target date as 2045 – the UN’s centennial.”
— H.E. Kairat Umarov, Permanent Representative of Kazakhstan to the United Nations
“The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty has an essential role within the nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation regime. It fosters international peace and security by constraining the development of nuclear weapons. Our collective security demands that every effort should be made to bring this essential treaty into force.” — UN Secretary-General, António Guterres
“The only sure way to eliminate the threat posed by nuclear weapons is to eliminate the weapons themselves.” — UN Secretary-General António Guterres
One hundred and twenty peacekeepers of the joint peacekeeping company of Kazakhstan’s Peacekeeping Regiment arrived in the Lebanese Republic to participate in the mission of the United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL), serving as part of INDKAZBATT. It is for the first time in the history of Central Asia that a peacekeeping contingent from the region is participating in a UN peacekeeping operation.
The necessary pre-deployment training, specific to this mission, was carried out for the personnel of the Kazakh contingent, both in India and Kazakhstan, the latter by an Indian mobile training team.
GLOBAL COALITION FOR A WORLD FREE OF TERRORISM ESTABLISHED FOLLOWING THE PROPOSAL OF THE LEADERSHIP OF KAZAKHSTAN
The document was launched and presented to Member States for accession by H.E. Kairat Abdrakhmanov, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, at a High Level Special Event on the margins of the General Debate of the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly. It was consequently signed by foreign ministers and other authorized persons from about 70 countries. The Code of Conduct received wide ranging support because it recognized the inter-linkages between security, counterterrorism and development.
UNAOC & Mission of Kazakhstan Join Event:
“Educating younger generations to global citizenship through intercultural literacy”, co-organized by the Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan in partnership with the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations
Date: 2 May 2018
Time: 3.00 PM -5.30 PM
Venue: Conference Room 6, UN Headquarters
Participation: All are invited with a valid UN pass
“Too often hijacked by extremists, religions are frequently blamed for the on-going violence and terror attacks that threaten global stability. In these times of rising xenophobia and intolerance, religious leaders have a critical role to play in supporting peace. They have the capacity to build bridges between people and to spread essential values to the world, such as mutual respect, compassion, and forgiveness.”
News from #UNSC | 10 January 2018
On behalf of the United Nations Security Council, below statement on UNAMID announced by the UNSC President, Ambassador Kairat Umarov at the media stakeout.
Council Members welcomed the joint AU-UN (African Union – United Nations) assessment report on phase one of the reconfiguration of UNAMID (United Nations–African Union Mission in Darfur) and the absence of negative consequences to date. Council Members commended the good cooperation between the Government of Sudan the United Nations and the African Union in regards to the implementation of phase one of the reconfiguration.
Ministerial Conference the Eighth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
“￼Functions of the Agency in the field of regulation of the area of renewable energy ￼
• Ensures the implementation of public policy;
• Participating in the preparation of normative acts and documents;
• Application RES in the economic and social sphere;
• Provide accounting of producers;
• Maintaining state cadaster;
• Participating in the formation of tariffs.”
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Over 100,000 visitors learn about Malaysia’s green capabilities at the Pavilion 4 July 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan – The Malaysia Pavilion is one of the top 10 most visited pavilions at EXPO 2017, according to an attendance report issued by the organiser of EXPO 2017 Astana here.