Kazakhstan and Estonia strengthen partnership cooperation
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Roman Vassilenko held a meeting with the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Jonatan Vseviov, El.kz cites MFA.
During the conversation, the parties discussed in details the issues of further strengthening political cooperation, expanding the bilateral legal framework, intensifying inter-parliamentary cooperation, and interaction within the UN, OSCE and in the context of cooperation with the European Union. The dialogue extended to the exchange of views on current issues of global and regional security.
Acknowledging the intensive political dialogue across all levels, the two officials confirmed their readiness to implement the agreements reached during the meeting between the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and the President of Estonia Alar Karis on the sidelines of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly in September this year.
Special attention was given to trade, economic and investment activities, with both parties highlighted the positive dynamics of bilateral trade turnover and the active interaction between their respective business communities.
Deputy Minister Vassilenko emphasized the importance of deepening cooperation with Estonia in priority areas for Kazakhstan such as transport and logistics, including the development of the Middle corridor, as well as digitalization and “green” economy.
In conclusion, both parties expressed their readiness to fully support and advance the bilateral dialogue across the entire spectrum of Kazakh-Estonian relations.