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Kazakh-German MFA Consultations Take Place in Berlin

Kazakh-German MFA Consultations Take Place in Berlin
The consultations between Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan and Germany on bilateral political dialogue and trade cooperation took place in Berlin.

According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting Fars News Agency in Dushanbe, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan announced holding a new round of consultations between Kazakh- German diplomatic missions on bilateral political dialogue and trade and investment cooperation in Berlin.
The talks were chaired by Kazakhstan's Deputy Foreign Minister, Margulan Baimukhan, and German Foreign Ministry Commissioner for Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia Michael Siebert.
The meeting reviewed joint activities in 2020; in particular, the implementation of agreements reached during the visits of Kassym-Jomart Kemeluly Tokayev, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Germany in December 2019 and February 2020.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed cooperation in the framework of the United Nations and other international organizations, the implementation of the agreement on expanding cooperation between Kazakhstan and the European Union and the German initiative entitled "Green Central Asia".
The two sides noted with satisfaction that despite the epidemic of Corona, the Kazakh and German partners continued to interact effectively.
The participants also emphasized the importance of "Nursultan" workgroup in partnership with German investors, the intergovernmental commission on ethnic minorities, and the commercial and economic collaboration workgroup, Kazakh-German business council and Eurasian club in Berlin.
During the talks, the two sides called for the deepening of cultural, humanitarian and educational relations between the two countries.
At the end of the meeting, the officials agreed to further strengthen bilateral cooperation between Kazakhstan and Germany in all spheres.

Jan 10, 2021 21:05
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