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Kazakhstan and China signed four documents on cooperation within the negotiation of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in the city of Hangzhou, Kazakh president’s press-service reported.
The parties signed a Protocol on Amending the Agreement between the governments of two countries on the establishment of the Committee for bilateral co-operation from May, 17 2004 and a cooperation plan for adjunction of Kazakhstan’s development program "Nurly Zhol" and Chinese "Economic belt of the Silk Road" program.
Moreover Kazakh Agriculture Ministry and Chinese Directorate of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine signed a protocol on quarantine and health requirements for equine animals exported from Kazakhstan to China and a protocol on requirements for soybeans exported from Kazakhstan to China.
Within the meeting, the heads of two countries discussed a wide range of bilateral issues, including the prospects of strengthening cooperation in trade, economic, investment, transit and transport, fuel and energy, as well as cultural and humanitarian spheres.
In addition, the two leaders exchanged views on a number of the most pressing issues of regional and international agenda.
2016.09.02 / 17:30