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Ruben Rubinyan: Agenda of Alled Relations between Armenia and Kazakhstan Should be Spared from Possible Negative Influence of Relations with Other States
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On February 7, the Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Ruben Rubinyan received the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Armenia Timur Urazayev.

Welcoming the guest in the RA National Assembly, Ruben Rubinyan expressed hope that during his tenure the inter-parliamentary relations would record new quality and efficiency between the two countries.

In this context the two sides highlighted the activation of cooperation of the Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Groups, underlined the constructive approaches and concrete steps aimed at the rise of efficiency of cooperation between the two states’ parliaments.

During the talk the Committee Chair and Ambassador Urazayev touched upon the multilateral cooperation within the framework of the CSTO, as well as the Eurasian Economic Union, emphasized the balanced position on the problems of bilateral and multilateral importance.

At the meeting the sides also discussed issues concerning the cooperation on the inter-parliamentary platforms.

Touching upon the format of the development of the relations between the two states, Ruben Rubinyan noted that we should be our best on bilateral and multilateral international platforms for sparing the agenda of the ally relations between Armenia and Kazakhstan from possible negative influence of relations with other states.

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