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Kazakhstan - important partner for EU in nuclear non-proliferation in Central Asia

Analytical Center Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Leader of the Nation, together with the International Scientific - Technical Center (ISTC) organized an international conference themed "Manifesto “The World. The XXI Century" - a new paradigm of security of global development" supported by the European Union to the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Nur-Sultan20 June , 17:24

The conference noted the high importance of the Manifesto of the President "The World. The XXI Century ", which brings one of the most alarming trends to the international agenda  - the increasing number of new armed conflicts.

Scientists and experts have also considered the issue of non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, international security mechanisms, and ways of sharing and development of new mechanisms.

"The agreement on partnership and collaboration has opened up new opportunities for the management and further development of cooperation between the EU and Kazakhstan, in particular, in the nonproliferation regime. Kazakhstan is an important partner for the EU in Central Asia. Kazakhstan - uranium ore exporter and has the largest reserves of uranium. The importance of Kazakhstan is increasing. Kazakhstan serves as an inspiring example of a country that refused nuclear arsenal, the country has brought to life a number of important initiatives on the establishment of a nuclear-free zone in Central Asia", - said Minister Plenipotentiary, Head of Policy, Press and Information Officer Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Kazakhstan Kamen Velichkov.

According to him, as part of the EU and Kazakhstan cooperation in the field of non-proliferation, we may note change and new direction, as Kazakhstan has consistently adhered to its principled policy of non-proliferation.

Politicians and well-known experts in the issues of mass destruction non-proliferation of Kazakhstan, the United States and the European Union also made presentations.

Indira Kaumetova