July 5. Kazinform's timeline of major events
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - Kazinform's Timeline is the one-stop shop where you can learn about historical events for the 5th of July. See what notable events happened throughout Kazakhstan's history on July 5.
1952 – Ust Kamenogorsk Teacher’s Training Institute is founded.
1961 – The first gushes out from the well 6 on Zhetybai oilfield in Mangistau.
1998 – President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev and first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin sign the Treaty of Eternal Friendship and Cooperation between Kazakhstan and Russia.
2000 – The Kulyash Baisseitova Opera and Ballet Theatre is given the status of the national theatre.
2000 – The monument to Sultan Beibars unveils in Atyrau.
2001 – The monument to well-known scientist and enlightener Shokan Ualikhanov opens in Shchuchinsk.
2007 – The monument to Bogenbai Batyr unveils in Kazakh capital.
2010 – The Customs Union of Kazakhstan, Belarus and Russia comes into force.
2012 – For the first time in the history of the Milan Conservatoire (Conservatorio di musica «Giuseppe Verdi» di Milano) founded in 1807, 18-year-old Kazakhstan's Mariya Mudryak receives her Graduate Diploma.
2013 – The Institute of Cosmonautics Development is founded in Kazakhstan.
2017 – The documents concerning Kenessary Kassymov activities are brought for the first time to Kazakhstan from Omsk region.
2017 – 17-year-old Kazakh Zhansaya Abdumalik scored the norm of the men’s international grandmaster at World Open 2017 in Philadelphia, the U.S.
2018 – CIS Presidents take part in production of a new documentary about Astana.
2018 – The Astana International Financial Centre opens in Kazakh capital.
2019 –The Dombra monument unveils in Shymkent.