Carrier Community (CC) looks forward to hosting its 4th annual Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) 2021 GCCM in Almaty on the 4th and 5th October at The Rixos Hotel.
More than 400 Global Telecom Club members representing decision-makers from the Tier-1, Tier-2, and Tier-3 from 40+ countries are expected to attend the event in Almaty which welcomes key decision-makers from the three top telecom companies.
CIS GCCM 2021 will unite members and Telco Eco-Partners from telecom sectors, such as: Data, SMS, Voice, Mobile, OTT, VAS, Cable, Satellite, Data Centres and other related segments, aiming to: meet, network with peers, explore new business opportunities, discuss latest market trends at the knowledge-sharing/executive panel sessions, and showcase their latest products and solutions.
All registered members and partners have access to an online meeting portal to schedule individual meetings with fellow attendees. Please join us at CIS 2021 GCCM – the hub for telecoms throughout the Silk Road region.
Current Covid-19 Policy
Should any of our events be rescheduled as a result of Covid-19, the Carrier Community team will notify members at the earliest opportunity and provide an alternative date. For more information or to register your place at any of our industry events, please email: [email protected].
|10:45 – 11:45||Executive Round Table Discussion|
|Panellists: coming soon|
The government of Kazakhstan has temporarily suspended its unilateral visa-free regime for citizens of 57 states. The suspension of the visa free regime is effective until 1 November 2020. The above means that the citizens of countries below who are planning to visit Kazakhstan before 1 November 2020 will need to obtain a visa of the appropriate category at their assigned consular section office.
Citizens of the following countries must obtain an visa to enter Kazakhstan:
Australia, USA, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, UAE, Vatican, Vietnam Germany, Greece, Denmark, New Zealand, Japan, Israel, Ireland, Iceland, Spain, Indonesia, Italy, Canada, Qatar, Cyprus, Colombia, South Korea, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malaysia, Malta , Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, the Philippines, Finland, France, Croatia, Czech Republic, Chile, Switzerland, Sweden and Estonia.
With regards to the COVID-19 test to be provided, please kindly contact the local embassies or consulate to obtain further details. We will keep updating our page as soon as we have further information.
More information about visa regime of the Republic of Kazakhstan for foreign citizens here:
5 BEST THINGS TO SEE IN ALMATY
Ascension Cathedral – The eye-catching golden domes and kaleidoscopic color scheme of the Ascension Cathedral in Almaty, Kazakhstan, draw visitors to the city’s Panfilov Park, but the building’s genius architecture and complex history demand just as much attention. After nearly 40 years of deliberations, construction of Almaty’s Ascension Cathedral began in 1904, according to architect Constantin Arkadyevich Borisoglebsky’s design. However, as Borisoglebsky had left the city in 1902, it was regional engineer Andrei Pavlovich Zenkov who made addendums to Borisoglebsky’s plans and oversaw construction. As such, it’s commonly called the Zenkov Cathedral. Construction was completed in 1907. The cathedral is made out of wood but without nails. Its height is 56 meters tall and is claimed to be the second tallest wooden building in the world.
Ile-Alatau National Park – The Park was opened in 1996 and is an area located on the northern slopes of Zailiysky Alatau (“ meaning raised mountains”). The park occupies an area of about 200 thousand hectares stretching from Gorge Turgen in the east to the river Chemolgan in the west. The park is almost untouched by the advances of civilization and contains a wealth of differing habitats from woodlands to Alpine meadows, glaciers, and meltwater lakes.
Kazakh Museum of Folk Musical Instruments – The museum was named after the Great Kazakh musician of 19-20th centuries Ykylas, who promoted the purity of folk culture and preservation of various national instruments. Today, there are more than 1000 items of instruments in collection of the museum, which are divided into 60 types of Kazakh national musical instruments. The collection also includes instruments, which were owned by famous singers-improvisers and composers. The most ancient exhibits are dated back to the 17th century.
Koktobe Park – Kok Tobe is the highest point in the city of Almaty standing on an 1100 m hill at the south-east edge of the city. It is worth a visit to Kok Tobe because of its panoramic view of the city from all directions. To reach the Kok Tobe hill, one should take a cable car ride which starts near Hotel Kazakhstan and goes over some of the oldest parts of Almaty and the magnificent fruit growing gardens. Once you reach the Kok Tobe hill, you would see the famous 372 m high TV Tower which is visible from far and offers great views of the mountains and the city plus a few attractions at the top.
Chimbulak Ski Resort – The Shymbulak Ski Resort is located 25km outside Almaty city. There are three ski lifts at the resort with the highest going to 3200 meters above sea level. There is also a Hotel located at the Resort, enabling those wishing to ski during the day, have a place to stay at night. The resort is located in the upper part of the Medeu Valley in the Zaiilisky Alatau mountain range. It is popular for its mild climate, a large number of sunny days and a great amount of snow through the winter (from November till May).