Kustanay

Kustanay:

see QostanayQostanay,
 Kostanay,
or Kustanay
, city (1993 est. pop. 228,000), N Kazakhstan, on the Tobol River. It is an agricultural center and producer of chemical fibers. Rich iron deposits are nearby at Rudnyy.
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, Kazakhstan.
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The automobile assembly plant in the northwestern city of Kustanay has many years of experience in assembling Japanese and Korean cars.
Such territories are located in the north and northeast of the country, directly adjacent to Russian territory Counting on support from at least some of the local ethnic Russians, Moscow could seek to annex the territories around Petropavlovsk and Kustanay in the north or the territory around Ust-Kamenogorsk in the northeast.
In 1869-1879 the Orenburg Cossacks to the west founded the forts of Aktubinsk and Kustanay, which are now Kazakh cities.
To move from the natrosilite just a few doors down the hallway of the Executive Inn was to trade rarity for beauty: Konstantin Buslovich (Smolikova 900, Ruzyne, Prague, 16100 Czech Republic) had brought to Tucson some outstanding pyrite crystals discovered last summer in the Karzamkul iron deposit, 110 km south of Kustanay, northern Kazakhstan.
One would be in the Pavlodar region where plans have existed for constructing a plant based on the Kustanay bauxite deposits since the 1960s and the other would be in the Ekibastuz region where there are large sub-bituminous coal mines.
Such a campaign would rely on a wide range of means of "political warfare," including "state-sponsored insurgency," especially in areas with significant ethnic Russian presence (e.g., Odessa and Kharkiv in Ukraine, Latgale in Latvia, (6) the Ida-Viru County and the city of Narva in Estonia, and Kustanay and Petropavlovsk in Kazakhstan); paralyzing cyberattacks on government offices, power grids, and banking systems; and information warfare of anti-government propaganda and kompromat on Russian-language television and social media to discredit the regime and its senior members.
The crystals are associated with a member of the chlorite group and are from the Karzemkkul deposit, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan.
Thus the mineralogically important Kazakh Oblast' of Kustanay also refers to Qostanay.