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On the Sidelines of Diplomacy Forum, Kazakhstan’s Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Foreign Affairs Engages in Talks with Russian Counterpart

Antalya, March 03, 2024, The Europe Today: In a significant diplomatic encounter, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Murat Nurtleu, held discussions with the esteemed Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, on the sidelines of the Diplomacy Forum in Antalya.

The meeting, marked by cordiality and mutual respect, saw both dignitaries acknowledging the commendable level of relations existing between Kazakhstan and Russia. The talks delved into a comprehensive exploration of the current state of bilateral ties and the potential avenues for furthering Kazakh-Russian cooperation.

Among the focal points of discussion were the evaluation of existing collaboration frameworks and the exchange of perspectives on the evolving international and regional landscape. Both ministers engaged in a detailed review of the upcoming events in the diplomatic calendar, signaling a commitment to strengthening the ties that bind the two nations.

Deputy Prime Minister Nurtleu and Minister Lavrov took the opportunity to “compare notes” on pressing issues within the international arena. This exchange aimed at fostering a shared understanding of challenges and opportunities, demonstrating the commitment of both nations to collaborative solutions on matters of global significance.

The dialogue underscored the importance of sustained communication and cooperation between Kazakhstan and Russia, reflecting a shared commitment to maintaining stability and contributing positively to regional and global affairs.

As the diplomatic discussions continue, both nations express optimism for the future trajectory of their partnership and affirm their dedication to fostering enduring relations for the mutual benefit of their citizens and the international community.