Kazakh, Russian PMs held meeting in Moscow
Карим Масимов и Владимир Путин MOSCOW. October 16. KAZINFORM /Narymbek Ismagulov/ Kazakh and Russian Premiers Karim Massimov and Vladimir Putin held bilateral meeting within the framework of the Customs Union prime ministers’ consultations yesterday in Moscow.
The Russian PM noted that it was an opportunity to once again consider development of relations between the two states. “Our commodity circulation continues to increase. We are coming out of the situation connected with crises”, V. Putin noted.
“Taking into account close cooperation and interdependence of our economies I hope that, as in the previous period, we will promptly respond to everything what happens in our economies and to share experiences”, the Russian Prime Minister said.
The Kazakh Prime Minister conveyed President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s greetings to the Russian Prime Minister and congratulated him on his birthday that was last week. “The relations between Kazakhstan and Russia have always been at the high level. In general we did not have such problems that could not be solved”, K. Massimov noted. He also noted good prospects of cooperation in atomic, space and other industries.
V. Putin thanked the Kazakh side for careful attention to such major joint projects as the Single Economic Space, and expressed confidence that their implementation would bring industries of the two economies to an absolutely new competitive level.