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.
On Thursday July 29, Chairman of the Majlisi Milli (Tajikistan’s upper chamber of parliament) Mahmadsaid Ubaidulloyev met with British Ambassador to Tajikistan Trevor Moore. 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.
This year’s competition returned to Sittingbourne, Great Britain where previous Islam Karimov Kurash tournaments were held in 2005 and 2006. Despite overall numbers of competitors being well down on the last few years, a situation not helped by 3 countries being unable to obtain visas, the standard of kurash was high with the Uzbekistan team fielding no less than 3 senior men’s world champions in the shape of Olim Ravshanov, Furkat Mamatov and Sherali Juraev and Great Britain providing several seasoned international kurash competitors including Jack Webb, Joyce Malley and Paul Sawyer, all of whom had medaled in World and European championships in the past. 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
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 GRADUATION reception party will commence on the 4th of JUNE in a magical London venue, none other than the legendary MOVIDA. Continue reading
The Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic to United Kingdom of the Great Britain is kindly inviting you to the Press Conference on adoption of the new edition of the Constitution of the Kyrgyz Republic as well as empowerment the President for Transitional period of the Kyrgyz Republic Mrs. Roza Otunbaeva up to 31 December 2011. The press conference will take place on June 3rd, 2010 at building MWB Business Exchange Palace (83 Baker Street, London, W1U 6AG) at War Room from 15.00 to 17.00 p.m.
More information on www.kyrgyz-embassy.org.uk