Russia, Kazakhstan set up work on border demarcation agreement
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 28 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
Russia and Kazakhstan set up the work on the agreement on western sector of the Russian-Kazakh state border demarcation, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported on Tuesday following the regular meeting of the joint Russian-Kazakh demarcation commission, held in Almaty on Feb. 13-17.
"The parties agreed on demarcation work plan for 2012, approved the instruction for registration and publication of the Russian-Kazakh border demarcation documents and set up the work on the agreement on western sector of the Russian-Kazakh state border demarcation," the Ministry said.
The next meeting of the demarcation commission scheduled for March will take place in Moscow.
The Russian-Kazakh border is 7,500 km long. It is the longest land border in the world.