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EU-Kazakhstan Cooperation Council


Kazakh FM Erlan Idrissov and Slovak FM Miroslav Lajčák (front row) behind them l.t.r. Ambassador Almaz Khamzayev and Slovak PR Peter Javo.

Tuesday, 4 October 2016, Brussels: In the framework of the Brussels Summit on Afghanistan, the Kazakh Foreign Minister Erlan Idrissov met with top EU functionaries as well as his Slovak counterpart Miroslav Lajčák and the Slovak Permanent Representative to the EU, Peter Javorčík. Slovakia is currently holding the rotating EU presidency of the Council.  Foreign Minister Idrissov was seconded by the Kazakh Head of Mission to the EU, Ambassador Almaz Khamzayev. 

Kazakh FM Erlan Idrissov and Ambassador Almaz Khamzayev. Picture by EU

EU-Kazakhstan relations are draw from the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement and a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the field of energy. Kazakhstan is furthermore a member state of the EU and Central Asia Strategy for a New Partnership.

For further information:

Mission of Kazakhstan to the EU and NATO, Embassy to Belgium and Luxembourg (HE Ambassador Almaz Khamzayev): http://www.kazakhstan-embassy.be/en/


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