Нұрсұлтан Әбiшұлы Назарбаев (6 шілде 1940 жыл, Шамалған ауылы, Алматы облысы) — Қазақстанның мемлекет қайраткері, ғалым, Қазақстан Республикасының тұңғыш президенті.
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Nursultan Äbishuly Nazarbayev (Kazakh: Нұрсұлтан Әбішұлы Назарбаев; born 6 July 1940) is the President of Kazakhstan, having served since before the nation's independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. In April 2011, Nazarbayev was re-elected to another five-year term.
In 1984, Nazarbayev became the chairman of the Council of Ministers, working under Dinmukhamed Kunayev, the First Secretary ...
Президент Казахстана Нурсултан Назарбаев сегодня в Астане на площади перед резиденцией «Акорда» зажег огни на главной елке Казахстана. Глава государства, открывая церемонию, сказал, что уже в третий раз главная елка загорается на главной площади страны, заметив, что в этом году это предновогоднее торжество ...
Назарбаев солидарен со своим российским коллегой
Сегодня в Астане проходит первый за 11 лет саммит Организации по Безопасности и Сотрудничества в Европе. Встреча также в первый раз проходит за пределами Старого света. Президент Казахстана Нурсултан Назарбаев поддержал идею Российского президента по модернизации ОБСЕ. ...
Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev welcomes Yanukovych upon his arrival for the OSCE Summit at the Palace of Independence in Astana, Kazakhstan
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev held a number of bilateral meetings in the framework of the OSCE summit in Astana on Wednesday, President Nazarbayev's press-service said in a statement. The Head of State met with his Turkish counterpart to discuss further development of trade and economic ties between the two countries and their interaction within international organizations. Later President ...
Ex-Soviet states take first step to ‘Eurasian Union’ Three ex-Soviet states were Friday to agree the first steps towards creating a Eurasian economic union, a project backed by Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to bind closer the former USSR. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and his Kazakhstan and Belarus counterparts Nursultan Nazarbayev and Ale...
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