Nursultan Nazarbayev and Vladimir Putin discussed questions of further Baikonur development (PHOTO)
The president of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev met the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. During the meeting the Head of state noted an effective cooperation of Kazakhstan and Russia within EEU, Akorda's press service reports.
"Our relations develop. Questions arise, but we solve them at the level of the Governments of our countries. We discussed questions of further development of Baikonur. Now we developed corresponding "road map" for 8 years," Nursultan Nazarbayev said.
The president of Kazakhstan also emphasized fruitful presidency of our republic in EEU, for the period which the Customs code of the union was approved and prepared for signing.
"I think, the present heads of states will approve this document. The goods turnover between the countries of EEU decreases - it is connected with an environment of exchange prices of our goods. At the same time physical trade volumes remain," Nursultan Nazarbayev said.
The president of Kazakhstan expressed intention concerning further development of a military and technical cooperation with the Russian Federation.
Besides, the Head of state assured V. Putin about readiness of Kazakhstan to provide the platform for negotiations on the Syrian conflict in Astana.
In turn, the Russian leader congratulated Nursultan Nazarbayev with 25-year-old independence of Kazakhstan, having noted achievements of the country for this period.
"Kazakhstan is the active participant of integration processes. The fact that the successful country actively advances the integration project well affects all participants of EEU," V. Putin said.
Following the results of bilateral negotiations such documents were signed:
- The concept of a further cooperation on the Baikonur complex;
- The protocol on modification of the interstate Agreement on the status of the city of Baikonur, an order of forming and the status of its executive bodies of December 23, 1995, regarding the list of state bodies of the Republic of Kazakhstan