Russia, Kazakhstan discuss defence partnership
The Russian Ministry of Defence has carried out consultations on military cooperation with Kazakhstan, the Russian MoD announced on 15 May.
Both parties reviewed and agreed on the implementation of the Strategic Partnership Program of the two countries in the military sphere for 2019-2021 and the Defence Cooperation Plan for 2019.
The consultations included the issues of the transit of Russian military cargo through the territory of Kazakhstan, the improvement of the regulatory framework of bilateral cooperation and the functioning of Russian training grounds located in the republic.
The following consultations are scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2019.
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