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Negotiations between Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus S.Aleinik and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan

22 May 2024


On May 21, 2024 in Astana, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Sergei Aleinik, held a bilateral meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Murat Nurtleu.

The sides discussed current issues of bilateral cooperation with a focus on the practical component.

The sides stressed the importance of increasing joint work in the spheres of industrial and technological cooperation between the two countries and agro-industrial complex.



S.Aleinik informed the colleague about the opening a production of full-cycle cabins for Belarusian tractor equipment at LLP "Machine Building Plant MT3-Kazakhstan", planned on May 27, 2024 in Kostanai, as well as the opening, planned on May 28, 2024 in Kokshetau, a new production line for the assembly of tractor equipment and production of cabins for small tractors at LLP "Kazakhstan Agro Innovation Corporation".

Stressed that the existing joint production capacities already allow to manufacture up to 10 thousand tractors and up to 1 thousand combines per year in Kazakhstan, but the potential of the two countries is much greater.

As promising areas, noted the continuation of localization of production of combines, automotive and trailer equipment, lift equipment, agricultural machinery and aggregates.

The parties also agreed on the need to intensify cooperation between the regions of Belarus and Kazakhstan, as well as in the field of training specialists.

Special attention was paid to the schedule of bilateral visits for the current year and the issues of their substantive organisation.

Appreciation for support and firm position on the accession of the Republic of Belarus to the SCO was expressed to the Kazakh side.

The prospects for intensifying cooperation in the integration structures - CIS, EAEU, SCO, CSTO, CICA, as well as further coordination at the UN and OSCE platforms were considered.

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