Saturday, June 23, 2018

Russia and Kazakhstan sign Treaty of Good-Neighborliness and Alliance Cooperation

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recently said that Russia and Kazakhstan will sign a Treaty of Good-Neighborliness and Alliance Cooperation in 2013.

The decision was made after Lavrov met with his Kazakh counterpart Yerlan Idrisov, Trend reports.

"Today we have discussed the development of the Treaty of Good-neighborliness and Alliance Cooperation in the twenty-first century between Russia and Kazakhstan. According to the orders of Presidents Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev, the treaty is planned to be signed in the current year," Lavrov said, Trend reports.

The treaty will bring bilateral relations between Moscow and Astana to a new level.

Lavrov also said that the city of Yekaterinburg will host the next forum of interregional cooperation between the two countries this year.