Kazakhstan's Ambassador to Korea presented credentials to Korean President
Dyusenbayev noted the high level of strategic partnership between the two states.
Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan Bakyt Dyusenbayev handed over credentials to President of the Republic of Korea Moon Jae-in, BNews.kz correspondent reports.
At the ceremony of presenting his credentials, Dyusenbayev noted the high level of strategic partnership between the two states and Astana's consistent policy to comprehensively strengthen cooperation between Kazakhstan and South Korea.
Kazakhstan's Ambassador highly praised the efforts of the leadership of South Korea to establish peace on the Korean peninsula and strengthen global safety. Dyusenbayev noted that Kazakhstan, being the country that faced the aftermath of nuclear tests and cancelled the nuclear arsenal, believed that there is no alternative to peaceful dialogue to address North Korea's nuclear issue and was ready to share its experience in the denuclearization.
Korean President Moon Jea-in highly appraised the country's development under the leadership of President Nursultan Nazarbayev and confirmed South Korea's commitment to further increase bilateral cooperation with Kazakhstan in priority sectors for the two states. The South Korean President also confirmed his intention to visit Kazakhstan in the near future.