This day in history:
22 years ago the International Fund of Aral Sea Rescue was created
In 1918 as a result of armed revolt in the city Vernyi the Soviet power was set
international legal instrument, which defines the priority areas of bilateral
efforts to promote bilateral relations, is the Agreement between the Republic
of Belarus and the Republic of Kazakhstan on Friendship and Cooperation, signed
in Minsk on January 17, 1996. There are more than 60 signed international
treaties between Belarus and Kazakhstan.
In May 2011, the President of the Republic of Belarus A.G. Lukashenko visited Kazakhstan on an official visit, and in May 2012, the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.A. Nazarbayev visited Belarus on an official visit.
Heads of State of Belarus and Kazakhstan set the specific objectives for the comprehensive development of the Belarusian and Kazakh relations for the two governments, with the emphasis on the expansion of trade, economic, investment, scientific and technological cooperation.
In order to systematize the collaboration in priority areas, the two Governments, on the biennial basis, developed and approved a plan for the joint actions in order to implement the program of economic cooperation between Kazakhstan and the Republic of Belarus for 2009-2016 ("roadmap" for the development of bilateral trade and economic cooperation).
The Center of Language and Culture of Belarus on the basis of the Eurasian National University named after L. Gumilev and the Center of the Kazakh language, history and culture named after Abay at the Belarusian National Technical University were created in order to improve the cooperation in the cultural sphere.
An important component of the Belarusian and Kazakh cooperation is the constructive interaction between the parties in the international arena. Belarus and Kazakhstan cooperate constructively in the UN, OSCE, CSTO, SCO, CIS, EurAsEC, Customs Union and the Common Economic Space, and other international organizations.