Russian President Vladimir Putin submitted to the State Duma for ratification an agreement between Russia and Kazakhstan on military cooperation, the document was published in the electronic database of the lower house of parliament.
The document provides for the ratification of the agreement between the Russian Federation and Kazakhstan on military cooperation, which was signed in Nur-Sultan on October 16, 2020.
It is clarified that the agreement was signed due to the loss of relevance of certain provisions of a similar document dated March 28, 1994.
The document prescribes “the international legal framework governing the implementation of military cooperation measures between Russia and Kazakhstan and the forms of their implementation.”
“The authorized bodies of the Parties for the implementation of the Treaty are the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan”, – is specified in the explanatory note to the document.
Kazakhstan is a neighboring state of Russia with an area of 2.7 mln square kilometers. It is located mainly in the Asian part of the Eurasian continent.