Kazakh Parliament’s chairman discusses strengthening international ties with TurkPA Secretary General
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 27 / Trend M.Aliyev /
Chairman of the Kazakh Parliament Nurlan Nigmatulin discussed with Secretary General of TurkPA Ramil Hasanov issues of strengthening of the structure, strengthening of international ties.
Ramil Hasanov met with the Kazakh parliament's chairman during a special session dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Council of the Interparliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), held in Almaty, TurkPA told Trend on Tuesday.
At a meeting with Nurlan Nigmatulin TurkPA acting chairman noted the importance of TurkPA and its role as a bridge in various fields between the Turkic states. He stressed that the structure becomes more active, international ties during his presidency strengthened, and full support of the organization and its secretariat from the Parliament of Kazakhstan continued.
At the meeting Hasanov briefed the Parliament's chairman on the activities of TurkPA, international projects, work of the standing committees and their decisions, preparation for the III plenary session of TurkPA to be held in Bishkek, upcoming projects.
Noting that the main objectives of TurkPA is to develop inter-parliamentary cooperation through parliamentary diplomacy between the member countries, strengthen peace, democracy and security in the region and globally, support comprehensive cooperation based on mutual respect with all international organizations, the secretary general added that the organization will continue its activities in this direction.
TurkPA was established in 2009 in Baku. It includes Azerbaijan, Turkey, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The main purpose of TurkPA is mutual support of Turkic-speaking countries in international organizations, as well as exchange of experience in the legislative process. The Assembly was also established to preserve language, culture and history in the Turkic-speaking countries, strengthen political, economic and cultural ties between the member countries of the organization.