Tokayev and Putin focus on security in Central Asia

The politicians highlighted the importance of coordinated actions of all countries in the region.

Domestic political uncertainty in Afghanistan was a theme of a telephone conversation between the leaders of the CIS member states – Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation. Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev and Vladimir Putin exchanged views on the possible impact of the conflict in Afghanistan on stability and security in Central Asia, the press office of the President of Kazakhstan on July 24.

The politicians were unanimous that coordinated actions of the two states as well as other countries in the region was crucial for addressing these problems. It was noted that only such a strategy could ensure sustainable social and economic development of the region.

As was reported, the leader of Kazakhstan discussed Afghanistan-related issues with President of the UN General Assembly Volkan Bozkir during a personal meeting on July 9 and President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon during a telephone conversation on July 5.

With the aim to promote friendly relations, the leader of the Russian Federation invited the President of Kazakhstan to participate in the Eastern Economic Forum, which would take place in Vladivostok in September this year.

27 июл 2021, 11:10
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