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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Putin and Nazarbayev agreed to increase cooperation of Russia and Kazakhstan


Russian President Vladimir Putin said after talks with Kazakh leader Nursultan Nazarbayev in Chelyabinsk that they had a very detailed, very in-depth conversation on bilateral cooperation.

Putin noted that in the joint statement of two countries, devoted to the 25th anniversary the establishment of diplomatic relations, it will be noted that Kazakhstan and Russia are strategic partners, develop relationships on the principles of friendship, good neighbourliness, equality and mutual respect.

“Requested the governments of the bilateral intergovernmental Commission to take additional measures to remove barriers to movement of goods, capital and labor,” – said Putin.

 

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