Russia's and Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministries Confirm Commitment to Strengthening Trusting Dialogue

23 May

Recent consultations on foreign policy planning, held in Moscow at the level of heads of relevant departments of the Foreign Ministries of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, affirmed their mutual intention to deepen a trusting dialogue. This update was provided by the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan.


According to the report, the discussions encompassed a wide range of topics concerning foreign policy planning, with both sides exchanging insights on the international and regional agenda. Emphasizing the strategic nature of the partnership between Kazakhstan and Russia, the participants reiterated their determination to reinforce constructive and trusting dialogue between the two countries.


Representing Kazakhstan at the meeting was Anuarbek Akhmetov, Director of the Department of Foreign Policy Analysis and Strategic Planning at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while Alexei Drobinin, Director of the Department of Foreign Policy Planning at the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, represented the Russian side.



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