Serbia, Kazakhstan sign agreement on the abolishment of visas, a Free Trade Agreement and an agreement on the protection of investments

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15:10 08.10.2010
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Representatives of Serbia and Kazakhstan signed in Astana a Protocol on cooperation between the two countries´ foreign ministries, an Agreement on the abolishment of visas, a Free Trade Agreement and an Agreement on the protection of investments.

Presidents of Serbia and Kazakhstan Boris Tadic and Nursultan Nazarbayev respectively agreed at the meeting today that on the grounds of traditional friendship, these two countries might improve economic cooperation in many forms in the near future.

Tadic said that the Serbian embassy will soon be opened in this Central Asian country and that the Serbian parliament will initiate the formation of a group of friendship with Kazakhstan.

After meeting the Kazakh President, Tadic also had talks with the country’s Prime Minister Karim Masimov and President of the parliament’s Lower House Ural Muhamedzanov.

The Serbian delegation on this visit to Kazakhstan that is led by President Tadic also includes Minister of Foreign Affairs Vuk Jeremic, Minister of Trade and Services Slobodan Milosavljevic and President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Milos Bugarin.

Bugarin signed an Agreement today on cooperation between the chambers of commerce with President of the Kazakh Chamber of Commerce Tatjana Kononova.

A summit of heads of OSCE member states will be organised in Astana in December, which the Serbian President will attend.

Source: Balkans.com