The project is launched in Sofia in 2004 by V. Slavin, V. Rozova and M. Khafizova Jahnke. Since 2009 to date, five concerts – all charity fund raisers have happened in St Petersburg.
Germany will provide Kyrgyzstan with 23 million euro for modernization of electric power lines, as Deputy Energy Minister Avtandil Kalmambetov stated as today’s press conference.
A US transport plane on its way from Kyrgyzstan to Germany made an emergency landing in Kazakhstan due to technical problems, the Interfax agency reported Wednesday.
On 15 October, Tale Heydarov, Chairman & Founder, The European Azerbaijan Society (TEAS) outlined the strong and evolving bilateral economic and political ties between Germany and Azerbaijan, encouraging further development. Speaking at the Conference for the Junge Union Deutschlandtag (Young Conservatives of Germany) in Potsdam, Heydarov’s comments were made before 1000 high-ranking guests.
Going on to congratulate Philipp Missfelder, Foreign Policy Speaker for the CDU/CSU, on his successful re-election as Chairman of the Junge Union, Heydarov also called for a closer relationship between the Junge Union and TEAS. He commented that the Junge Union had become an important partner for his organisation in Europe, and that such co-operation facilitates additional bridge-building between the two countries on various levels.
This year’s conference theme was Family as the Future, and delegates included Dr Angela Merkel, German Chancellor; Ursula von der Leyen, Minister for Work; and Horst Seehofer, Bavarian State President. Heydarov’s speech illustrated TEAS’ objective of collaborating with the most established political organisations on a pan-European level.
One of the most prestigious European opera festivals held annually in Munich brought together opera stars, conductors and directors from 36 countries of Europe and the U.S., Latin America and Japan this year. Performances and concerts during the festival are usually sold out and widely covered by media and television companies in Germany and other European countries. Continue reading
According to the Gallup World Poll, Turkmenistan jointed the world’s top twenty happiest countries, leaving behind the CIS countries, as well as Germany, France and Japan. Turkmenistan has taken the 18th place, next to the Great Britain, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates. According to Forbes, 52 percent of respondents surveyed in Turkmenistan admitted that they were totally happy, and only 1 percent of respondents said that they suffered. Denmark is on top of the happiest countries, followed by Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands.
Researchers of the Gallup surveyed thousands of respondents in 155 countries, between 2005 and 2009. They asked subjects to reflect on their overall satisfaction with their lives, and asked questions about how each subject had felt the previous day. Other than this, respondents were asked to rate if they felt well-rested, respected, free of pain and intellectually engaged.
The ceremony of opening the Epoch of Great Revival of Turkmenistan and Health Reforms-2010 International Conference has taken place at the Exhibition Centre in Ashgabat today. The forum is organized by the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkmenistan. Continue reading
Uzbekistan Havo Yollari (Uzbekistan Airways), Uzbekistan’s national carrier, has received its first Airbus A320 from ten planes ordered directly from Airbus as part of the carrier’s strategic fleet modernisation programme. Pilots of the company ferried aircraft from Hamburg (Germany). Continue reading
“Kelajak ovozi” summer training camp has opened its doors to roughly 500 talented boys and girls from all parts of Uzbekistan. Located in Kashkadarya region of Uzbekistan, the camp is tuning into one of the most-awaited and most engaging projects of the Youth Initiative Centre. Continue reading
Presidents Nursultan Nazarbayev (Kazakhstan), Dmitry Medvedev (Russia), Emomali Rahmonov (Tajikistan), Serzh Sargsyan (Armenia), Abdullah Gul (Turkey), Viktor Yanukovych (Ukraine) has taken part in an opening of Khan Shatyry (“Royal Marquee”) – the largest entertainment center in Central Asia. Continue reading