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#Kazakhstan – President Tokayev outlines anti-crisis measures to tackle spread of #Coronavirus

#Kazakhstan – President Tokayev outlines anti-crisis measures to tackle spread of #Coronavirus

| April 1, 2020

On 31 March 2020, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, addressed Kazakh citizens on state of emergency issues and anti-crisis measures introduced by the government to tackle the global spread of Coronavirus in Kazakhstan. Almost 800,000 people have been infected in 177 countries. The rate of the illness is growing daily, seemingly […]

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#Kazakhstan takes decisive steps to stop the spread of #Coronavirus

#Kazakhstan takes decisive steps to stop the spread of #Coronavirus

| March 26, 2020

These are unprecedented times. In many countries around the world daily life seems to be on hold due to the health crisis caused by coronavirus COVID-19. The pandemic has put many areas on lockdown, as the virus continues to spread globally and tragically cause many deaths, writes Colin Stevens.  Kazakhstan has proactive position in counteraction […]

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Europe up against it in fight to control #Coronavirus

Europe up against it in fight to control #Coronavirus

| March 13, 2020

In some of the most restrictive measures introduced in Europe since the Second World War, the entire country of Italy has been placed under lockdown until 3 April. That means that over 60 million people will have their movements severely restricted for more than three weeks, while all sporting events and public gatherings have been […]

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Minister attends first-ever ‘Wales Week Dublin’ to celebrate ‘extremely important’ relationship between countries

Minister attends first-ever ‘Wales Week Dublin’ to celebrate ‘extremely important’ relationship between countries

| March 12, 2020

Welsh International Relations and the Welsh Language Minister Eluned Morgan (pictured) travelled to Ireland on 11 March to attend the first Wales Week in Dublin, writes Colin Stevens. Designed to bridge St David’s Day and St Patrick’s Day and to promote Wales in Ireland, Wales Week Dublin runs until 13 March with the focal point […]

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#Wales – Launch of Climate Change Coffee Partnership

#Wales – Launch of Climate Change Coffee Partnership

| March 4, 2020

More than 3,000 Fairtrade farmers in rural Uganda will be supported by a Welsh government-backed partnership to get them a fair price for their coffee – and help them combat climate change. A new initiative has been launched by an international Climate Change Coffee Partnership, made up of organizations in both Wales and Uganda. The […]

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Will #Brexit spell an end to Premier League’s competitiveness?

Will #Brexit spell an end to Premier League’s competitiveness?

| March 2, 2020

The British business world suffered another setback last week, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson indicated he would be prepared to walk away from Brexit talks this summer if sufficient progress had not yet been made. A failure to strike a working deal with the EU would surely damage confidence in British markets even further, with many executives […]

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International ministers announce signing of Declaration of Intent aimed at strengthening #Quebec relations with #Wales

International ministers announce signing of Declaration of Intent aimed at strengthening #Quebec relations with #Wales

| February 28, 2020

Gweinidogion Rhyngwladol yn cyhoeddi bod datganiad o Fwriad wedi’i lofnodi i gryfhau perthynas Québec â Chymru Welsh International Relations and the Welsh Language Minister Eluned Morgan and Quebec International Relations and La Francophonie Minister Nadine Girault (pictured) used their first meeting to sign a declaration of intent which, among other things, is aimed at intensifying […]

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