After 11 years spent in the Russian Federation, businessman Bogoljub Karic arrived in Belgrade; in the meantime, due to statute of limitations or lack of evidence, all investigation against former owner of a telecommunication company, television and bank have in the meantime seized, and this in addition to an Interpol warrant.
Thinking of New Year’s resolutions, everyone sets goals to become better, faster, larger and one-year wiser. The ATOM Project’s Honorary Ambassador Karipbek Kuyukov is no exception. In a recent interview with The Astana Times, the renowned painter, activist and strong-willed man, whose character has been moulded by terrible life consequences, shared his thoughts about the upcoming year.
On his first day at the helm of the United Nations, Secretary-General António Guterres today pledged to make 2017 a year for peace.
Kazakhstan introduced visa-free regime for 45 countries of Europe, Asia and America since Jan. 1 2017, according to Kazakh Foreign Ministry. Moreover visa issuance procedure will be simplified for 48 more countries.
Warsaw is nervous about Russian aggression in Eastern Europe following the annexation of Crimea.
Cameron is lined up to be the UK's candidate as head of Nato after Britain pledged to play a greater role following the Brexit vote
David Cameron is being lined up as a contender to be the next secretary general of Nato.
Decision of the State Council of the French Republic on the release of the Kazakh banker Mukhtar Ablyazov has caused mixed reactions in the legal and diplomatic circles of the country. In the margins of the agencies suspect that the State Council had an impact from the outside. And do not rule out the financial lobby.