Ak-Bulak

Ak-Bulak

 

urban-type settlement in Tiup Raion, Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic. Located in the northeastern part of the Issyk-Kul’ basin, 176 km northeast of the Rybach’e railroad station, on the Rybach’e-Przheval’sk highway. The population was 2,900 in 1968. The Kurmentinskii cement factory is located in Ak-Bulak.

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The current trends and challenges in pre-trial proceedings on criminal cases was the focus of a two-day OSCE-supported annual roundtable discussion that began in Ak-Bulak near Almaty, Kazakhstan on 1 March 2018.
Ismailov was buried in his native land - in the village of Ak-Bulak, as head of the village council Bakyt Maripov told Turmush.
On 16 and 17 July, Ashton will attend the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) informal ministerial meeting in the Ak-Bulak resort in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
After Kurmenty Cement Plant stopped working, 90% of population of Ak-Bulak rural municipality, Tyup district, have remained jobless, Ak-Bulak rural municipality governor Erlan Orozobekov told Turmush news agency.
A three-day OSCE-supported roundtable discussion on the application of the new Civil Procedure Code of Kazakhstan and major areas of modernizing the procedural law began today in Ak-Bulak near Almaty, Kazakhstan.
First Vice Prime Minister Joomart Otorbaev promised material support to Ak-Bulak villagers of Issyk-Kul region, whose accommodation suffered from earthquake, which took place on January 28.