Nazarbayev called Kyrgyz President to jointly deal with all issues
The head of Kazakhstan notes that all issues, voiced during the previous meeting with Jeenbekov, are being considered.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev met with President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbay Jeenbekov at the Akorda within the first consultative meeting of the heads of the Central Asian states, BNews.kz correspondent reports.
“We are glad for your visit. All goals and issue set during the last meeting are being dealt. Each country has its own Roadmap, and the trade relations are being developed. I think that our relations will strengthen,” the head of state said.
In addition, Nazarbayev noted the successful development of mutual relations of Kazakhstan with other states of Central Asia.
“All of these are done for our nations. Today, the heads of the five states hold a constructive dialogue regarding to all issues accumulated on economics, trade, logistics and so on. I believe that we need to resolve all issues,” the head of state said.
Nursultan Nazarbayev called upon the President of Kyrgyzstan to share with emerged issues to resolve them jointly.
“All unsolved issues we could resolve jointly,” the Kazakh President said.
We note that at the meeting of the heads of state of the Central Asian states, the Presidents of Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan will take part. After the meeting, it is expected to adopt a joint statement.
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