Greece ratified agreement on extension of partnership of EU with Kazakhstan

16 November 2018
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Greece has ratified an agreement on extensive partnership of the European Union with Kazakhstan, reports the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan.

“The state newspaper of Greece has published the law “On agreement ratification on extensive partnership and cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan from one side and the European Union, and other member states from another”. In the time of voting at the plenary session of the Parliament of Greece, which was held on November 8 2017, the law on ratification was adopted unilaterally,” reads the message.

Kazakhstani Foreign Ministry said the agreement signed in Astana on December 21 2015 between Kazakhstan and EU “is a unique document of the second generation creating the base for introduction of bilateral Kazakhstani-European relations on a new level”.

“Its full ratification by all the EU member states and its empowerment will expand and strengthen
the spectrum of cooperation,” said the Ministry.

Kazakhstani diplomats have emphasized that today the European Union is the biggest trade-economic and investment partner of Kazakhstan, while bilateral commodity circulation demonstrates positive dynamics.

Source: KazTAG

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