How Kazakhstanis and Kyrgyzstanis live in a state of emergency due to the spread of coronavirus infection.
If earlier people did not pay much attention to the vehicle re-registration and had no idea about future changes, with the launch of the Safe City project, many car enthusiasts were faced with the problem of finding new car owners of their old vehicles. (more…)
«Living conditions deteriorate every year in Bishkek: high air temperature in summer, smog over the city in winter, constant reduction of green spaces for the sake of expanding roads, lack of irrigation system and other factors that give rise to much more global environmental and microclimate problems in the capital city,» – explains the ecologist, director of the Public Fund “Initiative Arch” (Инициатива Арча) Dmitry Vetoshkin.
The middle of June in Central Asia was marked by sequence of major political events. The region became the center of the world’s media attention for a while. The inauguration ceremony of the new president of Kazakhstan took place; Bishkek and Dushanbe organized international summits and welcomed distinguished guests.
The analytical platform CABAR.asia presents a brief overview of the most recent significant political events in the region.