Politics • 25 February, 2020

Kazakh Foreign Minister holds bilateral meetings in Geneva

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On the sidelines of the UN Human Rights Council meeting, Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tleuberdi held a number of bilateral meetings, MFA reports.

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During the meeting with the Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Roberto Azevedo, the interlocutors discussed the preparations for the 12th WTO Ministerial conference in Nur Sultan in June this year. The high relevance of the forum in the context of building a stable and predictable international trade system and reforming the WTO was noted, and the importance of the parliamentary conference on WTO issues held on the eve of the Ministerial forum was emphasized.

With the Director-General of the UN office in Geneva, Tatyana Valova, the interlocutors exchanged views on the prospects for enhancing cooperation between Kazakhstan and UN organizations in Geneva, which play a key role in the implementation of political, humanitarian, economic and social priorities of our country.

M. Tleuberdi also met with the Foreign Ministers of Switzerland Ignazio Cassis and Finland Pekka Haavisto to discuss issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation.

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