British Foreign Minister David Cameron to Visit Kazakhstan

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced the upcoming visit of David Cameron, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth, and International Development of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, to the Republic of Kazakhstan on April 24-25.

During his visit to Astana, Cameron will meet with Kazakhstan’s state leadership and hold discussions with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Murat Nurtileu.

The agenda includes discussions on bilateral cooperation in political, trade, economic, and cultural spheres, as well as regional and international issues of significance. The visit is also expected to yield the signing of several bilateral agreements.

This visit follows Cameron’s recent trips to Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, highlighting the UK’s commitment to engaging with Central Asian nations on various fronts.




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