Putin and Nazarbayev sign Treaty on Good-Neighborliness and Alliance in 21 Century 13 ноября 2013, 17:30
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The Treaty on Good-Neighborliness and Alliance in the 21 Century has been signed by Presidents Nursultan Nazarbayev and Vladimir Putin, Tengrinews reports. “’We have lived by the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance since 1992. Now were have new conditions. It (the treaty) has been updated, adjusted to the new conditions, and adopted in the form of the new agreement. It is very important and fundamental for our work,” President Nazarbayev said at the signing of the treaty in Yekaterinburg. “We are neighbors. The saying goes that neighbors are not chosen, they are God given. As our ancestors lived, so we also shall live, and so shall our descendants live,” continued President Nazarbeyev. Summarizing the 10th Russia-Kazakhstan Interregional Cooperation Forum, members of the delegations signed a number of agreements to strengthen the partnership of the two countries. The following agreements were signed in the course of the forum: - an agreement on oil transit via Kazakhstan, and guarantee; - an agreement on cooperation to establish the Association of Industrial Colleges of Kazakhstan and Russia; - a protocol to the September 7, 2013 agreement between the governments of Kazakhstan and Russia on cooperation in geological exploration of Imashevskoye transborder gas condensate field; - an agreement on prevention and fighting of forest and steppe fires in the nearboard territories. By Renat Tashkinbayev