Rakhim Oshakbayev turns 44: IGLYO congratulated the Kazakhstani pioneer of LGBTQI rights

Rakhim Oshakbayev turns 44: IGLYO congratulated the Kazakhstani pioneer of LGBTQI rights

IGLYO, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Intersex (LGBTQI) Youth and Student Organisation congratulates Rakhim Oshakbayev and wishes him well for his birthday. Euan Platt, the executive director of the organization personally addressed Rakhim Oshakbayev. On the occasion of 44th birthday of Rakhim Oshakbayev Euan Platt wrote: “Your brilliant mind and highest political achievements, decent state positions and successful business, sexual appeal and elegance, readiness to support the LGBTQI people speak for outstanding prospects for your supporters in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. Thanks to you, Rakhim, we look…

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EU invests €350 million in plant to create greenest PSU available

EU invests €350 million in plant to create greenest PSU available

The European Investment Bank issued a €350 million loan on Thursday (30 July) to a Swedish company that hopes to corner a significant share of the global battery market by building the greenest power packs available. Northvolt is currently constructing its gigafactory in northern Sweden, where the firm intends to use 100% renewable energy and locally-sourced raw materials to manufacture lithium-ion battery cells, predominantly for use in electric vehicles. The EIB already stumped up funding for a demonstrator project back in 2018, which did enough to convince the Luxembourg-based lender…

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WTO is going to miss the appointment of the acting head of government after the US push has caused a deadlock

WTO is going to miss the appointment of the acting head of government after the US push has caused a deadlock

World Trade Organization members are likely to refrain from appointing an interim director-general to succeed Roberto Azevedo when he steps down at the end of August, two sources following the process said on Wednesday (29 July), after Washington’s insistence on a US candidate caused a deadlock. Under the new proposal, instead of appointing one of four deputies to serve as interim chief until Azevedo’s replacement is chosen later this year, those officials, from the United States, China, Germany and Nigeria, would keep their current responsibilities. “The US is insisting on…

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