Kazakhstan ready to develop energy dialogue with partners

Jul 03, 2007 02:00 AM

Kazakhstan is ready to develop an energy dialogue with all interested parties including partners in the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Alliance.
This opinion was given publicity at the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Alliance Security Forum by Kazakhstani delegation head MFA Vice Minister Rapil Zhoshibayev.

"High interest was attracted by the Kazakhstani report on energy security question taking into account growing role of our country in providing energy resources supply", a report said. It also said that Rapil Zhoshibayev "informed about Kazakhstani approaches to international cooperation in the energy security sphere".
"The Vice Minister confirmed Kazakhstani readiness to develop an energy dialogue with all interested parties including Euro-Atlantic Partnership Alliance partners", stated the MFA.

It explained that the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Alliance Security Forum was held in Macedonia on June 28-29 and was dedicated to such themes discussing Afghanistan, Kosovo and the Balkans future, andenergy security.
"All these questions take an important place on the Euro-Atlantic Alliance agenda", stated the MFA.
The Euro-Atlantic Partnership Alliance is an annual informal meeting at high level which is held under NATO initiative with foreign and military ministers, chairs, politicians, academics, journalists and NGOs representatives.

Source: Kazakhstan Today
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