Poland and Kazakhstan cooperation: Kazakhstan's president begins Polish visit - Radio Poland

09:16 Aug. 22, 2016

Kazakhstan's president begins Polish visit - Radio Poland

The Presidential palace in Warsaw. (GettyImages)

During two days Nazarbayev and Duda to discuss economic and political cooperation between Astana and Warsaw

Economic cooperation and Eastern policy will be the focus of talks between Polish President Andrzej Duda and Kazakhstan counterpart Nursultan Nazarbayev who starts a two-day visit to Poland on Monday.

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"The presidents will sign and announce an extensive declaration on economic cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Republic of Poland," presidential aide Krzysztof Szczerski told. He added that the declaration would concern cooperation in energy, transport, space research, science, technology, finance, environmental protection and agriculture.

The two countries' agriculture ministries will sign an agreement on exports, Szczerski also said, adding that Poland would like to see joint investments with Kazakhstan in the public sector.

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Eastern policy and building stability and peace in the East will be another topic of the visit, according to the presidential aide. "We had a pause in top-level contacts, whereas Kazakhstan plays an important role in the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) system. It is important to Poland to discuss security and peaceful cooperation within Eastern policy with Kazakhstan," Szczerski told.

Reported by Radio Poland

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