|2005||In 2005, the Decree "On signing the International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism" was adopted|
|1995||In 1995, a decree, according to which the capital of Kazakhstan has become Akmola, was issued|
|On September 15, 1995 the Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan" was released.|
|2001||In 2001, N. Nazarbayev signed the book of grief, expressing his condolences to the American people for the tragic events of September 11.|
15 September 2005
On September 15, 2005 President Nursultan Nazarbayev issued a decree on the signing, on behalf of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism.
This decision was made in order to ensure stability and the implementation of measures to prevent, combat and eliminate international terrorism and to strengthen international cooperation between States.
15 September 1995
Decree «On the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan»
In accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Article 1 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of December 10, 1993 «On Temporary Delegation of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the heads of local authorities additional powers» and the decision of the Supreme Council of 6 July 1994 «On the transfer of the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan»:
1. Establish that:
Before moving to the Parliament and the Government of the Republic to Akmola, capital of Kazakhstan is Almaty;
The location of the residence of the President of the Republic is Akmola and Almaty cities.
2. To organize the relocation of the higher and central government bodies in Akmola, a State Commission of the Republic of Kazakhstan, giving it for this purpose right coordination of central and local executive bodies.
3. Government of the Republic:
15 September 2001
September 15, 200, N. Nazarbayev visited the United States Embassy in Almaty and left in the Book of sorrow record of condolence to the American people for the tragic events of September 11.
In an interview with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States L. Napper, N. Nazarbayev strongly and unequivocally condemned the inhuman acts of terrorism and called on the countries of the world to unite in the fight against international terrorism and extremism.
15 September 2010