Kazakhstan, Turkey agree to develop action plan on Kyrgyzstan
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 21 / Trend S.Suleymanov /
Kazakhstan and Turkey have agreed to develop a concrete action plan to resolve the situation in Kyrgyzstan, OSCE Chairman in Office, Kazakh State Secretary and Foreign Minister Kanat Saudabayev said at a news briefing in Astana Monday.
"The sides agreed to develop a plan of joint action, which will be publicized after its finalization and approval," he said. "We will move together in this direction."
Saudabayev added that the talks were held upon the initiative of the Turkish and Kazakh presidents.
"Today we had the opportunity to synchronize our watches, to combine our efforts, not only as the ministers of two foreign countries, but also as the OSCE chairman from the Kazakh side and the CICA chairman from the Turkish side," he said.
Saudabayev said Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, as head of the OSCE-chairing nation, has been doing everything possible to reduce the tensions in Kyrgyzstan.
"Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will meet Nazarbayev today and discuss important issues to stabilize the situation in troubled spots of Central Asia," he said.