tengrinews.kz. “Cost of presidential election in Kazakhstan - 5 billion tenge” - More than 5 billion tenge ($27 million) can be used to hold presidential election in Kazakhstan,Tengrinews reports citing the Minister of National Economy of Kazakhstan Yerbolat Dossayev, who spoke at a briefing at the Central Communications Service's headquarters on February 19.
bnews.kz. “Kazakhstan citizens employed in Russia to impose taxes on 13%: EEU”- The citizen’s income from the EEU member countries employed in the Russian Federation since January 1, 2015 are imposed taxes on 13%. "Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation informed the tax authorities of the Russian Federation that the citizen’s incomes of Belarus, Kazakhstan and the Republic of Armenia, employed in the Russian Federation according to the Treaty of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) since January 1, 2015 are imposed taxes on 13%, from their first working day in the territory of the Russian Federation, " the press service of the Eurasian Economic Commission reports.
“MFA of Kazakhstan commented on territorial exchange with Russia” - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan commented on the information in the media that Russia and Kazakhstan agreed on territorial exchange. "We paid attention to the proposal of the Governor of the Omsk region to the Russian Federation V. Nazarov on territorial exchange with Kazakhstan. Please be informed that the issues concerning demarcation of the border between Kazakhstan and Russia are exclusive competence of the Kazakh-Russian Commission on Demarcation of the border. The Delegation of the Russian Federation in the Commission did not address with this proposal to Kazakhstan, " the Foreign Ministry reports.
rt.com. “Palestine accuses Israel of opening dams, flooding Gaza, forcing evacuations“ - Palestinian officials say hundreds of Gazans were forced to evacuate after Israel opened the gates of several dams on the border with the Gaza Strip, and flooded at least 80 households. Israel has denied the claim as “entirely false.”