Kazakh Secretary of State receives U.S Special Envoy to Organization of Islamic Conference
Kazakhstan, Astana, Jan. 9/ Trend K. Konirova/ Kazakhstan intends to work hard to strengthen confidence between peoples, Kanat Saudabayev, Kazakh secretary of state, said on Jan. 9 during the meeting with Sada Cumber, U.S special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
The Interlocutors have
discussed actual issues of interaction between Astana and Washington to settle
international dialogue, including forthcoming chairmanship of Kazakhstan in the OIC in 2011.
"It is important to
unite efforts of all countries for mutual settlement of humanity's urgent
problems in epoch of globalization, especially, amid the hardest world economic
crisis. So, during forthcoming chairmanship in OSCE and OIC Kazakhstan intends
to work hard to strengthen trust and mutual understanding between peoples and
countries," Saudabayev said.
During the talks secretary of state stressed that Kazakhstan is generally accepted example of international and inter religious tolerance. Kazakhstan was elected OSCE chairman in 2010 and OIC chairman in 2011.
Sada Cumber in his turn stressed that being interested in strengthening of mutual understanding with Muslim world, the United States support the abovementioned Kazakh initiatives as important components of the international security.
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