Government • 27 March, 2019

Heads of Nepal Parliament were invited to the 4th Meeting of Speakers of Eurasian Parliaments

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Ambassador of Kazakhstan in India and in Nepal with concurrency Bulat Sarsenbayev met with the Speaker of the House of Representatives (Lower House) Krishna Bahadur Mahara, reports the press service of PM.

Kazakh diplomat conveyed to the Nepal side invitations to take part in the 4th Meeting of Speakers of Eurasian Parliaments on the topic “Greater Eurasia: Dialogue. Trust. Partnership" to be held on 23-24 September 2019 in capital of Kazakhstan.

Noting that work through parliamentary diplomacy is one of the important directions of the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan, Bulat Sarsenbayev discussed the prospects for cooperation between the legislative bodies of two countries. The parties emphasized the need to intensify inter-parliamentary diplomacy.

For its part, Speaker K.Mahara assured his readiness to take part in the abovementioned event and expressed interest in meeting with the parliamentarians of Kazakhstan within the framework of other upcoming multilateral events.

An invitation to the 4th Eurasian Parliamentary Speakers Meeting addressed to the Speaker of the National Assembly of Nepal (Upper House) Ganesh Prasad Timilsine was given through the Secretary General of the Federal Parliament of Nepal Manohar Prasad Bhattarai.

In addition, during the meeting, the Ambassador informed the interlocutor that on 19 March of this year the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev in his televised address to the people announced the resignation of the head of state.

At the same time, he noted that, after leaving the presidency Nursultan Nazarbayev will retain three important posts: the Chairman of the Security Council; Head of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan; Member of the Constitutional Council. In addition, he remains as the Chairman of the ruling “Nur Otan" party.

He also said that today, in accordance with the Constitution of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, who until now has been the Chairman of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, took the oath and assumed the office of President of Kazakhstan.

It was stressed that with the departure of President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the foreign policy of Kazakhstan will remain unchanged. Kazakhstan will continue to firmly committed to its international obligations.

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