February 4. Kazinform Major Events Timeline

February 4.  Kazinform Major Events Timeline

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – Kazinform Timeline is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about historical events of February 4th. Learn about notable events that have happened throughout Kazakhstan’s history on February 4.

EVENTS

1854 – The Zailiiskoye military fortification is founded on the Malaya Almatinka River. In 1867, it was renamed the commune of Verny. In 1993, it became the city of Almaty.

1992 – The drama “Mest” (Revenge) by Kazakh director Yermek Shynarbayev wins top honors at the International Film Festival in France. “The Dead Sea Chronicles” by Serik Azimov wins second prize.

1992 – The protocol on the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Kazakhstan and Bangladesh is adopted.

1993 – The Republic of Kazakhstan and the Republic of Malta establish diplomatic relations.

1993 – Kazakhstan and Turkey created the first-ever oil and gas joint venture called Kazakhturkmunai.

2010 – Kazakh National University Al Farabi becomes the first university in the country to pass national accreditation by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

2011 –The commemorative coin of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan is named “The coin of the year” at the World Money Fair in Berlin in the category of the most historically significant coin.

2011 – The Republic of Kazakhstan adheres to the Charter of Paris against cancer.

2018 – Kazakh track and field athletes win the team event at the Asian Indoor Championships in the Iranian capital, Tehran. Kazakhstan wins 12 championship medals (7 gold, 4 silver and 1 bronze).

2019 – The Kazakh Institute for Strategic Research under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (KazISS) joins the best think tanks in the world. It becomes the only think tank in Kazakhstan to be ranked in the Global Go To Think Tank Index report.

2020 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone written by JK Rowling is translated into Kazakh by Dinara Mazen, Sayat Mukhamediyar and Narkez Berikkazy. The editor of the project is Nazgul Kozhabek.

2021 – The collection of Abai’s works translated into the six official languages ​​of the United Nations is handed over to UNESCO Headquarters.

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