June 5. Kazinform's timeline of major events
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM - Kazinform's Timeline is the one-stop shop where you can learn about historical events for 5th of June. See what notable events happened throughout Kazakhstan's history on June 5.
1992 – The Decree establishing Kazakhstan’s UN Permanent Office is signed.
1992 – The Protocol establishing diplomatic relations between Kazakhstan and Norway is signed.
1993 – The Kazakh State Art Academy is set up at the National Art College and Art Faculties of the Almaty State Theatre and Art Institute.
1998 – The Khadzhimukan Munaitpasov Central Stadium is opened in Astana.
2010 – Kazakhstan for the first time in its history of international exhibition activity builds the large pavilion Astana – the heart of Eurasia covering the area of 1.5 thousand sq.km. at Expo Shanghai-2010.
2011 – The New-York National Gallery of Art hosts the opening ceremony of the ancient art exhibition «Treasure Traces: From the Ancient Times to Modern Kazakhstan».
2013 – The bust to eminent actor and director Yuri Rutkovsk is unveiled at the Lermontov Russian Drama Theatre in Almaty city.
2015 – The office of the Kazakh Embassy in Hungary is opened in Belgrade, Serbia.
2016 – Kazakhstan officially receives the Association of Caribbean States observer status.