Ex-President of the Kyrgyz Republic, Roza Otunbaeva, opens Kyrgyzstan’s first travel forum
The ex-President gave the keynote address to 300 delegates from 15 countries representing 200 organisations at the opening ceremony of the Discovery Central Asia Travel Forum 2012. The forum took place on 28-29 April at the Golden Dragon Hotel, Bishkek, in Kyrgyzstan, and is considered to be the first ever travel forum held in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Attendees from Australia to Japan and Tajikistan, from the USA and the UK to Uzbekistan, also heard from the Deputy Minister for Culture and Tourism of the Kyrgyz Republic, Bakyt Kenenbaev, and 28 other speakers proposing new ways to develop Central Asia’s visitor economy.
Distrib. by: Central-Eurasia-L – Announcement List for Central Eurasian Studies
LECTURE- Living Standard Differentials in the Kyrgyz Republic, AUCA, Feb. 11 Posted by: Social Research Center – AUCA <email@example.com> The Social Research Center (www.src.auca.kg) at the AUCA presents:
LECTURE: Urban and Rural Living Standard Differentials in the Kyrgyz Republic: Why Does Anyone Remain in the Countryside? SPEAKER: Prof Charles M. Becker, Associate Chair, Department of Economics, Duke University, USA Time: 4:30pm, February 11, 2011
Venue: Room No 315, AUCA
On January 25, U.S. Embassy Senior Law Enforcement Advisor Dennis T. Cosgrove, and U.S. Training Manager James Kelly participated in a handover ceremony at the Ministry of Internal Affairs Academy in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, donating medical equipment and supplies to the Academy’s Medical Unit.
President Emomali Rahmon has inaugurated a new Tajik-Greek joint venture, Olympia, in Bobojonghafurov district, Sughd province.
Launched by closed joint-stock company, Khujand-Invest-Cotton, and the Greek company, EMKAT S.A., the enterprise processes cotton seeds and grains. A total project cost is 2.130 million euros. Continue reading →
The 17th Conference of Education Ministers of the CIS member states was held on Thursday in Moscow. The issues regarding prospects of cooperation of corresponding departments in the medium term were discussed.
Leaders of the Interstate Humanitarian Cooperation Fund of the CIS member states and the CIS Executive Committee took part in the conference. The sides considered the issues regarding the organization of schools for young scientists, school and student contests and development of a network of collaborative institutions and their branches. Continue reading →
Today the fourth Baku Energy School has launched its activity under the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy (ADA).
“The purpose of the summer school is to provide opportunities for students abroad to learn experience of the country with a rich history of oil and gas”, told reporters the rector of the ADA Hafiz Pashayev. Continue reading →
The Government of Japan will allocate grant for 233 million Japanese yens (about US$2.65 million) for organization of education of Uzbekistan representatives in Japan.
Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan adopted a resolution “On measures on effective use of the grant of the Government of Japan for organization of education of Uzbekistan representatives in Japan” on 18 June. Continue reading →