UAE and Kazakhstan discuss ways to develop bilateral relations
Mansour bin Zayed discusses relations with the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan ways to develop bilateral relations between the UAE and Kazakhstan in different sectors.
The signing of a memorandum of understanding between the governments of the two countries
His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, yesterday, at Qasr Al Watan, received the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Askar Mammen, and his accompanying delegation.
UAE and Kazakhstan bilateral relations
His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed discussed with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan ways to develop bilateral relations between the UAE and Kazakhstan in all sectors, in the interest of good, progress and prosperity for the two friendly countries and peoples, in addition to reviewing issues of common interest.
His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed and Askar Mammen witnessed the signing ceremony of a memorandum of understanding between the government of the UAE and Kazakhstan government regarding partnership in investment in Kazakhstan, signed on the part of the UAE by Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri, Minister of Economy, and on the Kazakh side Roslav Dalinov, Minister of National Economy.
UAE and Kazakhstan signing ceremony
The signing ceremony between the two countries UAE and Kazakhstan was attended by His Excellency Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Bowardi, Minister of State for Defense Affairs, Madyar Minelbekov, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the UAE, and Madiyev Gaslan, Deputy Head of the Strategic Planning and Reform Agency of Kazakhstan.
The Ambassador of Kazakhstan: Establishing and developing bilateral relations with countries is a sovereign right
Menelikov said that: The Republic of Kazakhstan welcomes the efforts of the UAE and the international community aimed at resolving the Middle East issue, and in this context, we support any international efforts on the road to an urgent settlement of the long-standing issue, in ways that do not conflict with the international legal framework previously adopted for settlement.