Abandonment of nuclear weapons by Kazakhstan is a very important example for the Korean Peninsula - Moon Jae-in
Astana. April 23. KazTAG - Kazakhstan’s abandonment of nuclear weapons is a very important example for the Korean Peninsula, said Korean President Moon Jae-in.
“Kazakhstan supports the peaceful process on the Korean Peninsula. Taking this opportunity, I would like to express my gratitude for your support. Kazakhstan is a country that has made economic progress after voluntarily renouncing nuclear weapons. This is a very important example for the Korean Peninsula," the press service cites the Korean leader after negotiations with Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, president of Kazakhstan.
The president of Korea also positively assessed the development strategy of “Kazakhstan-2050” and stressed that Kazakhstan is developing at the highest rates among the states of Central Asia.
In turn, Tokayev during the negotiations noted that today Kazakhstan and the Republic of Korea are reliable and strategic partners.
“Cultural and trade ties between the two nations have been flourishing for many centuries, since the times of the Great Silk Road. The proximity of the history of our peoples is confirmed by the fact that the Kazakh and Korean languages belong to the same Ural-Altai language group, ”said the president of Kazakhstan.
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