Kazakhstan’s ambassador to Azerbaijan holds press conference on occasion of Constitution Day of his country

Kazakhstan’s ambassador to Azerbaijan holds press conference on occasion of Constitution Day of his country
# 28 August 2009 11:12 (UTC +04:00)
Baku. Lachin Sultanova – APA. Kazakhstan’s ambassador to Azerbaijan Serik Primbetov held a press conference on the occasion of the Constitution Day of his country, APA reports. The ambassador said that Kazakhstan’s Constitution was adopted in 1995, amendments were made to the constitution in 2007.
“The amendments were initiated by the president. According to the amendments, some powers of the president were conferred on the parliament, the country chose president-parliament management form,” he said.
The diplomat said the new Constitution made available reforms in various spheres. He said Constitution Day will be solemnly marked in Astana and all provinces of the country on August 30.

Asked about the energy cooperation between the two countries, Primbetov noted that Kazakhstan Caspian Pipe Systems and State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic will establish a joint venture. A new port is being constructed near Aktau. Kazakhstan’s oil will be delivered to the Persian Gulf through Baku via this port.

Touching on the mutual trade turnover the ambassador underlined that the world economic crisis impacted this indicator. Noting that Kazakhstan mainly exports grain to Azerbaijan, Primbetov said Azerbaijan increased grain fields, gathered in enough crops, therefore the volume of the grain exported by Kazakhstan reduced. He said the mill built under the Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan joint venture - Grain Terminal will be opened by the end of the year, the grain exported by Kazakhstan will be ground there.








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