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Kazakhstan and Belarus intend to expand military-technical cooperation. Vice Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Serik Ahmetov, informed after his visit to Belorussia on September 22-24, 2009, Kazakhstan Today agency reports citing the prime minister's press service.

During the visit, the Prime Minister of Belorussia, Sergey Sidorsky, held the meeting with Vice Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Serik Ahmetov. "Both parties confirmed their intention to expand military-technical cooperation between Kazakhstan and Belarus defense enterprises. At the meeting, the officials discussed a possibility of opening of joint venture for repair and service of aviation technical equipment."

"Vice Prime Minister of Kazakhstan underlined that the transfer of technologies and joint use of personnel potential will give the chance to the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan to strengthen defensibility of our country."



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