Kazakh Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov took part in the session of the Council of the Foreign Ministers of the Turkic Council. The event was held before the 6th Summit of the Turkic Council, Kazakh Foreign Ministry reports.
Mettings of the Ministers are held each year with the aim to discuss substantive and organizational issues regarding meetings and decisions of the Turkic Council's heads of state. At the meeting, the Ministers agreed upon the draft agendas and outcome documents which will be signed at the session of the Council of the heads of state.
Following the meeting in Bishkek, a number of agreements and documents was signed with the Turkic Academy and the Turkic Cultural Foundation established in 2012 at the inititative of the Presidents of Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. These documents regulate ortanizational and financial activity of new Turkic institutes and will contribute to thier further productive activity for the benefit of the states and peoples of the Turkic world.
Separately, the Foreign Ministers of the Turkic Council granted the status of observer to Hungary at the Turkic Academy.
The Turkic Council was established at the initiative of the Kazakh President in 2009 in Nakhchivan (Azerbaijan). The Council has four member states - Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey. The Turkic Council Secretariat is based in Istanbul (Turkey).
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