|1996||In 1996, by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Akmola Special Economic Zone was created|
|Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan was created Akmola Special Economic Zone (SEZ)|
|1731||In 1731, Khan of the Little Horde - Abulkhair, took Russian citizenship|
|In order to obtain Russian help against the Dzungars, Abul Khair Khan took an oath of allegiance to the Russian crown in 1731.|
9 October 1996
Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan was created Akmola Special Economic Zone (SEZ). The management body of the Akmola BMS is the Administrative Council, which is headed by Mayor of the city. The activities of the Administrative Council of the FEZ aims to create favorable conditions for the active management of the business and the growth of investment in different sectors of the economy and the service sector of the city. Financial operator of the Administrative Council is JSC "Fund Akmola."
9 October 1731
Abulhair Khan, Abul Khair Khan (1693–1748) was leader of the Kazakh Little juz in present-day western Kazakhstan. During this period, the Little juz participated in the 1723-1730 war against theDzungars , following their "Great Disaster" invasion of Kazakh territories. Under his leadership Kazakh ghazis defeated Dzungar forces at the Bulanty river in 1726 and in the battle of Anrakay in 1729.
In order to obtain Russian help against the Dzungars, Abul Khair Khan took an oath of allegiance to the Russian crown in 1731. He subsequently attempted to limit and control the amount of Russian influence exercised over the Kazakh Little juz.