Kazakh President to join India at Munich Security Conference to call for lasting peace in Afghanistan

Kazakhstan, as the largest state in Central Asia, is interested in supporting regional security and stability and has found cause with India in safeguarding the peace process in Afghanistan. Kazakhstan will continue to support the Afghan people in restoring statehood. This will be key message from Kazakhstan at the Munich Security Conference between Feb 14-16.

Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev will attend the Munich Security Conference and establishing peace in Afghanistan will be among his key talking points. Tokayev will take part in the forum “Alliance for Multilateralism,” which will be within the framework of the conference.

Besides nuclear disarmament will be his priority. Kazakhstan is a strong supporter of nuclear disarmament. The merits of Kazakhstan in this matter are well known. Kazakhstan is promoting in the international community the idea of creating a world free of nuclear weapons by 2045 – the centenary of the UN.

On the initiative of the First President – Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan closed the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site and voluntarily abandoned the fourth nuclear arsenal in the world.

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