Germany and Kazakhstan have maintained bilateral relations since 1992. Germany has an embassy in Nur-Sultan and a consulate general in Almaty. There are a number of regular consultation formats in…
A high-level ministerial conference in Berlin is looking at the impact of climate change on regional security in Central Asia. The aim is to foster stronger regional cooperation, improve the exchange of information and form connections with academia and civil society.
At a time of growing international tensions between the major powers, Central Asia plays an important role. As the largest country in the region, Kazakhstan is an important driving force here and has close ties to Germany.
The doctorate student Karlygash Abdiyeva recently received the Astana Ardagym innovation award for her research within the framework of the German Kazakh biosecurity network.
The German Kazakh network for addressing highly pathogenic microorganisms presented the results of its first project phase at a symposium at the end of October 2016. The event, which was held at Kazakh National Medical University in Almaty, drew national and international participants.
The Director for Central Asia Andreas Peschke visited Kazakhstan on 26 and 27 January. The country plays a crucial role at the heart of Central Asia.