Almaty. October 7. – Information Center - Belarus
and Kazakhstan have discussed the upcoming meeting of the intergovernmental
commission on trade and economic cooperation, BelTA reports referring to the
press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
“On 5 October, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
of Belarus to Kazakhstan Pavel Utyupin met with Kazakhstan Minister of Trade
and Integration Bakhyt Sultanov. The parties discussed a wide range of matters
of the Belarusian-Kazakh cooperation and prospects for holding the next meeting
of the Belarus-Kazakhstan intergovernmental commission on trade and economic
cooperation,” the press service said.
The main international instrument that outlines the
priorities for joint efforts to strengthen the bilateral relations is the
agreement on friendship and cooperation between Belarus and Kazakhstan. All in
all, the two countries have signed more than 80 international agreements.
The presidents of Belarus and Kazakhstan have set concrete
goals for the governments of the two countries regarding the comprehensive
development of the Belarus-Kazakhstan relations, focusing on ways to intensify
cooperation in trade, economy, investment, science, and technology.