Kazakhstan Calls Off Astana International Forum

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) ASTANA, Kazakhstan, April 13. Kazakhstan hascanceled the Astana International Forum, the press service of theKazakhstan President said, Trend reports.

Due to the unprecedented flooding in Kazakhstan and the need tosave financial
resources to eliminate the consequences oflarge-scale devastation and provide assistance to the citizens ofthe country, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has decided to cancel the event,scheduled to be held on June 13-14 this year.

According to information, the Astana International Forum willresume work in 2025.

The floods in Kazakhstan began in March. In 8 regions of thecountry at the local level declared a state of emergency. Rescuework involved more than 35 thousand people, 4,000 units ofequipment, and 17 airplanes. Since the beginning of the flooding,102,328 people have been rescued.

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