8 June 2012Russian President Vladimir Putin considers it necessary to start developing a new plan of joint actions between Russia and Kazakhstan for the next two years. This idea was expressed by the president of Russia on Thursday during talks in expanded format as part of his visit to Astana.
Vladimir Putin thanked Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev for the invitation to Astana.
"Today agreements will be signed that will bring our relations to a new level," Putin said.
He noted that the main directions of cooperation between Kazakhstan and Russia will be not only energy, but also high technology, engineering and sharing Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Putin assured that as a president he will support the implementation of all agreements reached between the two countries.