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Senates of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan signed Memorandum on mutual cooperation

by March 23, 2017 General

According to K-Zh. Tokayev, the results of the talks in Akorda between Presidents N. Nazarbayev and S. Mirziyoyev testify to the historical significance of the visit.

“An interparliamentary dimension of the Kazakh-Uzbek relations will receive a good impetus. Parliaments of two countries will make every effort to effective implementation of the agreements reached during the visit, and will also ensure proper and timely legislative support. In addition, cooperation between the senates of two countries will contribute to strengthening ties between regions of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan”, – K-Zh. Tokayev during the conversation reported.

According to the Chamber, Memorandum on mutual cooperation was signed between the Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan and the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of Uzbekistan. This document, aimed at deepening the inter-parliamentary dialogue, provides support from the upper chambers of the parliaments of two countries for political, trade-economic, investment, cultural and humanitarian ties.

Within the scope of their competence, the senates of two states will promote expansion of contract and legal base of bilateral cooperation.

“The parties interact in the sphere of forming a legal framework that ensures effective struggle against global challenges and threats”, – in the document noted.

The memorandum will be implemented in the form of exchange of visits, participation in parliamentary events, mutual support and coordination of positions in international parliamentary organizations.

Source: Kazakhstan 2050