Turkish FM meets leaders in Kazakhstan

Following his meetings with Kazakh officials, Davutoglu took part at a meeting with representatives of Turkish companies operating in Kazakhstan.

Turkish FM meets leaders in Kazakhstan

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, who is in Kazakhstan for talks, had separate meetings with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev and Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov on Thursday.

Nazarbayev told his meeting with Davutoglu that Kazakhstan appreciated Turkey's interest in the Turkic world.

"Turkey has always kept its words and pioneered projects carried out in the interest of Turkic world," Nazarbayev said.

Recalling his visit to Turkey last year and bilateral talks with Turkish officials during recent summit of leaders of Turkish-speaking countries held in Nakhchivan, Nazarbayev said, "we are in consensus with Turkey in all issues. We support Turkey's all proposals and I think we will carry out important projects in 2010."

In a separate meeting, Kazakhistan's Prime Minister Masimov told Davutoglu that Turkish and Kazakh people had a warm and sincere relation.

Masimov and Davutoglu discussed a wide range of issues on further development of commercial and economic relations between the two countries.

Following his meetings with Kazakh officials, Davutoglu took part at a meeting with representatives of Turkish companies operating in Kazakhstan.


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