NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Kazakhstan’s Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tleuberdi and his Kyrgyz counterpart Ruslan Kazakbaev, who arrived in Nur-Sultan on a working visit, discussed cooperation in trade, economic, investment, transit, transport and cultural and humanitarian spheres, Kazakhstan’s Foreign Ministry said on October 29.
Commitment was reaffirmed to the previously reached agreements at the highest and high levels, the ministry said.
The heads of the foreign affairs agencies noted the importance of strengthening the strategic partnership and multifaceted cooperation of the two countries in the spirit of the Treaties of Eternal Friendship from April 8, 1997, and on allied relations of December 25, 2003.
During the talks, Tleuberdi expressed serious concern over the facts of attacks on Kazakh enterprises in Kyrgyzstan and called on the Kyrgyz side to take measures to ensure law and order and the safety of citizens and companies of Kazakhstan.
The ministers also discussed interaction within international organisations. Particular attention is paid to maintaining positive dynamics in the development of regional cooperation in the Central Asian region.
The Foreign Ministers agreed to continue work on interaction in issues of joint counteraction to the global pandemic COVID-19.