Institutional Development On April 12, the Government of Kazakhstan adopted the Program on Combating Drug Addiction and Drug Business for 2012-2016 with a total budget of $41 million.
What does GOK stand for?
GOK stands for Government of Kazakhstan
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of GOK
We have 13 other meanings of GOK in our Acronym Attic
- Government of Jordan
- Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia - Nizhniy (Airport Code)
- Georgia Online Justice Community
- Get On Just Famously
- Get Out of Jail Free
- Gramatyka Opisowa Jezyka Hiszpanskiego (Polish: Descriptive Grammar of Spanish)
- Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (Canada)
- Generation of Knowledge
- God Only Knows (used by doctors on patients' records)
- Government of Karnataka (India)
- Government of Kenya
- Government of Kuwait
- Gulf of Khambat
- Gulf of Kutch
- Gdanskim Osrodku Kultury Fizycznej (Polich: Gdansk Center for Physical Culture; Gdansk, Poland)
- Great Ouse Kite Flyers (UK)
- Georgia O'Keeffe Museum (Santa Fe, NM)
- Government of the Kyrgyz Republic
- Gaming on Linux
- General Office Line of Sight (also seen as GOLOS)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Memorandum sets out the areas of technical cooperation for a study on the introduction of a nuclear power plant, promoted by the government of Kazakhstan, following a "Cooperation Agreement for LWR Nuclear Power Plant Introduction in Republic of Kazakhstan" signed among the Japan Atomic Power Company, the NNC and other relevant organizations at a joint public-private sector delegation in April 2007.
5 ( ANI ): The Government of Kazakhstan has asid that it will not allow its territory to be used for any military operation against Iran.
We are concerned by reports that some forms of communication were disabled in the wake of these protests, and urge the Government of Kazakhstan to quickly and fully restore open lines of communication throughout the country", she added.
uk Global Banking News - 11 November 2011 According to Reuters, the government of Kazakhstan may have to retain control of three domestic banks for some more time as Western institutions are wary of making new investments.
The Government of Kazakhstan has banned export of vegetable oil for 4 months since September 29, 2011 until January 29, 2012, the press service of the Kyrgyz Agriculture Ministry said.