Kazakhstan FM urges EU to join Green Bridge partnership program

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Kazakhstan FM urges EU to join Green Bridge partnership program

21 November 2013 12:36 Astana

One of the priority directions of partnership of Kazakhstan with the European Union is cooperation in terms of attraction of innovations and technologies to the republic and also interaction in education, Minister of Foreign Affairs of RK Erlan Idrissov said during the seventh Ministerial meeting of the countries of Central Asia and the European Union in Brussels on November 20, the press service of the ministry reports.

Kazakhstan foreign minister has urged the management of EU to join Green Bridge partnership program by supporting the transfer of innovative green technologies in the Central Asian region.
"The key regional issues, including water resources issue, can find a drop-in solutions if we apply innovative approaches, such as in the field of energy and water savings," Idrissov said. 

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