India, Kazakhstan hold Foreign Office consultations

India and Kazakhstan during the 8th Foreign Office Consultations (FoC), reiterated their commitment to further strengthen India-Kazakhstan multi-faceted relations and deepen strategic partnership.

During the consultations held in New Delhi on February 13, both sides agreed to hold the next round of Foreign Office Consultations on a mutually convenient date in Astana, according to an official release. The Indian side was led by Ministry of External Affairs Secretary (West), Sanjay Verma, and the Kazakh side was led by Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kanat Tumysh.

According to the official release, India and Kazakhstan enjoy extremely close and friendly relations. During the FOC, the two sides reviewed the entire range of bilateral cooperation within the framework of their Strategic Partnership and expressed satisfaction at the present level of engagement.

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) GC Murmu recently signed two Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with audit institutions of Tajikistan and Kazakhstan to strengthen cooperation and exchange of expertise in the field of auditing, according to an official statement.


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