Heads of the National Libraries of Iran and Kazakhstan agreed on the development of cooperation on
The book “Shining a Light on Awareness”, written by Dourbek Duysiboy, a Kazakh writer and diplomat,
Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister Yeraly Tugzhanov took part on April 22 in dispatching the first batch
Central Asia’s largest tourist complex opens in Turkestan, Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan’s Minister of Information and Social Development arrived in Turkey on a working visit and
The Kazakh press delegation visited the Anadolu News Agency in Ankara.
During the Soviet era, Nowruz was banned by the Communist Party in 1926 as a foreign holiday, and
The short stories “Farsi is Sweet” by Mohammad-Ali Jamalzadeh and “Suitcase” by Bozorg Alavi have
Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said that the country managed to overcome the most acute
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting Fars News agency in Dushanbe, Deputy Prime Minister
The consultations between Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan and Germany on bilateral
Kazakhstan and the United Kingdom confirm their plan to further expand their strategic partnership
Sarvar Bakhti, President of the ECO Cultural Institute, sent a note to the Kazakh Embassy to
The Russian version of the book 'Philosophy of Logic and Language' by Al-Farabi, the great Eastern
Kazakhstan submits great famine drama 'The Crying Steppe' to the 2021 Oscars. "The Crying Steppe"
Intellectuals, professors and researchers from the two countries discussed their visions on
The Uzbek Drama Theater in the Province of Chimkent, Kazakhstan, has resumed operations after being
Aiming to promote the cultural commonalities of Iran and Kazakhstan, Abai Cultural Center was opened