Typhoon-hit areas brace for more floods as heavy rain may douse again TOKYO. KAZINFORM Some of Japan's eastern and northeastern regions are bracing for possibly more floods and landslides, as heavy rain could drench areas that are still reeling from the most powerful typhoon to hit the country in decades a week ago.
Trade Minister offers Washington 50 Kazakhstan-made goods worth USD 1 bln WASHINGTON, DC. KAZINFORM On October 18 Kazakh Trade and Industry Minister Bakhyt Sultanov held bilateral talks with the United States Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross as part of the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group (WBG), the Ministry’s press service reports.
Almaty hosts Turkic World Film Festival ALMATY. KAZINFORM The Kazakhstani program of the IV International Festival of Documentary Films of the Turkic World is being held in Almaty. The event is organized by the Federation of Journalists of the Turkic World and Al-Farabi KazNU with the support of the Zhurgenev Kazakh National Academy of Arts.
St. Petersburg expects to welcome about one million people during 2020 UEFA Euro Cup ST. PETERSBURG. KAZINFORM Russia’s second largest city of St. Petersburg expects to receive about one million football fans and tourists during matches of the 2020 UEFA Euro Cup next summer, St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov said on Friday.
Gomel Oblast-Kazakhstan trade exceeds $70m in 2019 GOMEL. KAZINFORM The trade between Belarus' Gomel Oblast and Kazakhstan has gone up 7% from the start of the year to exceed $70 million, Gomel Oblast Governor Gennady Solovei told the media on the sidelines of the international forum Business Days in Gomel on 18 October, BelTA has learned.