(gazeta.kz) - The seventh meeting of the Kazakh-Russian Interparliamentary Commission for Co-operation between the Mazhilis of Kazakhstan and the State Duma of Russia will take place in St. Petersburg from 25 to 27 January.
The mazhilis press service says that, in particular, improvement of the legislation on environment protection and education will be discussed at the meeting. A protocol will be inked as a result of the meeting in the Tauride Palace, reports Trend.
Kazaskhstani MPs plan to hold a number of meetings in St. Petersburg. In particular, they will meet the top management of OJSC "Water Channel of Saint Petersburg", with Kazakhstani students studying in Saint Petersburg State University, etc.
The Interparliamentary Commission for Co-operation between the Mazhilis of Kazakhstan and the State Duma of Russia is a permanent body of parliamentary co-operation. The Commission within the limits of proper authorities assists development of the interparliamentary ties, consultations, and information exchange. The commission meets twice every year. It takes decisions of recommending character. Bagila Baimagambetova co-chairs the Commission from the Kazakhstani side, Ahmed Bilalov is the co-chairman from the Russian side.