Ambassador of Kazakhstan met with the President of Armenia
The meeting of Ambassador Bolat Imanbayev with the President of the Republic of Armenia Vahagn Khachaturyan took place, during which the current state of bilateral cooperation and the prospects of further development were discussed, El.kz cites MFA.
During the conversation, the President of Armenia congratulated the people of Kazakhstan on the past national holiday – Republic Day and conveyed warm wishes to the President of Kazakhstan. Highly appreciating the reforms carried out in the country, Vahagn Khachaturyan stressed that they are the guarantor of the independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Kazakhstan. According to him, in modern conditions of geopolitical turbulence, Kazakhstan has a clear vector of development, and initiated by the President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev's transformations in the political and socio-economic spheres will help achieve the set goals.
The Armenian President expressed satisfaction with the current state of cooperation between Astana and Yerevan in both bilateral and multilateral formats, noting the mutual potential for deepening cooperation in all spheres. He expressed interest in further expanding mutually beneficial bilateral trade and economic relations. “A trusting political dialogue has been established between the two countries at the highest level, which is an important factor,” noted Vahagn Khachaturyan. Touching upon cultural and humanitarian cooperation, the Armenian leader noted the centuries-old ties between our peoples. Stressing the role of the Armenian Diaspora in Kazakhstan, which serves as a bridge of friendship between the two countries, V.Khachaturyan expressed gratitude to the leadership of the country for the support of the Armenian Diaspora.
During the meeting, the President of Armenia was given a collection of Kazakh folk tales, translated into Armenian for the first time, the presentation of which took place in Yerevan on November 7 this year. Expressing gratitude, he noted that this initiative is a manifestation of respect for the country and the Armenian language.