President of Kazakhstan visits Slovakia, Hungary, Romania

Visits

The state visit of the president of Kazakhstan has started yesterday, the president’s administration informed the agency.

Yesterday in the honor of the visit of the president of Kazakhstan Slovakia Prime Minister, Robert Fizo, has given an evening party. In the frames of the visit Nursultan Nazarbayev will meet the president of Slovakia, Ivan Gashparovich, on November 21. As expected, on the results of the negotiations parties will sign a number of bilateral agreements. In the second half of the day both countries leaders will participate in Kazakhstani-Slovakian business forum.

As reported earlier, the president of Kazakhstan will also make state visits to Romania and Hungary during which he meets heads of states, primes ministers and speakers of these countries’ parliaments. In the frames of talks parties plan to discuss international and regional problems together with further development of bilateral relations. (gazeta.kz)

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