Press tour of journalists from Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan to Nur-Sultan

From February 23 to 27, a press tour of journalists from Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan to Nur Sultan is organized in Nur-Sultan, organized by the Information and Analytical Center of Moscow State University for the study of socio-political processes in the post-Soviet space (Moscow). The event is the first in the framework of the Eurasian Bridge project, the purpose of which is to increase awareness of the prerequisites, main directions and prospects of integration processes in the Eurasian space, about the activities of the EAEU structures.
As part of the press tour, a tour of the Kazmedia Ortaly television and radio complex was conducted for journalists, experts working with the Eurasian agenda, historians, economists, political scientists from Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus.

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The management of "Kazmedia ortalygy" receives citizens by appointment.

Reception day: Wednesday.
Reception time for citizens: from 09:00 to 13:00.

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To the General Director: +7 7172 75 79 07

To the Deputy General Directors: +7 7172 75 79 39
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