Kazakhstan will send ten athletes in total, with swimmer Zulfiya Gabidullina among them.
She arrives in Rio, however, in good form taking two bronze medals at the 2015 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships, as well as double golds in May’s European Open Championships in Funchal, Portugal, setting a world record in the 50m freestyle and also winning the 100m freestyle.
Swimmer Anuar Akhmetov will also return for his second Paralympics.
After competing at the 2015 World Championships and 2016 European Open Championships, the 23-year-old youngster will go for his first major medal in Rio.
Also selected is archer Alexander Medvedev, who will compete in the men’s compound, along with judoka Anuar Sariyev, ranked fifth in the men’s under 60kg.
Three powerlifters have been named in Vadim Dukart, Raushan Koyshibayeva and Gulbanu Abdykhalykova.
Amanat Kalkayev will also compete in long jump.