Politics • 06 February, 2020

Kazakh Ambassador presents credentials to Vladimir Putin

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Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Russian Federation Yermek Kosherbayev presented credentials to President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, MFA reports.

In his welcoming speech, the Russian leader called the relations between Russia and Kazakhstan exemplary, an example of a reliable strategic partnership and alliance.

"Bilateral cooperation is based on strong historical, cultural and spiritual ties between our peoples. We highly appreciate the achieved level of trust and interaction with the leadership of Kazakhstan. Last year, we held nine meetings with President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. We maintain the closest contact with our good friend Nursultan Nazarbayev," Putin said.

The Russian President reminded that integration within the EEU is developing steadily thanks to the joint efforts of Russia and Kazakhstan. According to him, trade and economic relations between the two countries are expanding in all areas, including industry, energy and investment.

"Russia and Kazakhstan closely coordinate approaches to issues on the international agenda. As you know, Kazakhstan's partners have provided a platform for organizing the Astana negotiation process on the settlement in Syria," Putin said.

A total of 23 foreign ambassadors, including the United States, Germany, Great Britain, France, China, Iran, Australia, Sweden, and others presented their credentials during a ceremony held in the Alexander Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace on this day.

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