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The Presidents of the Egyptian and Kazakh Senates sign a memorandum of understanding between the parliaments of the two countries in Kazakhstan

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The President of the Senate of Kazakhstan, Mullen Ashimbayev, met with the Egyptian parliamentary delegation headed by Senate President Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Razek Hassan, where the two parties discussed prospects for cooperation and signed a memorandum of understanding between the parliaments of the two countries.

Welcoming the parliamentarians, Mullin Ashimbaev noted that over the 30 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, bilateral relations have reached a qualitatively high level and are successfully developing in various fields, including the parliamentary direction.

He added: “We highly appreciate parliamentary cooperation with Egypt. Friendship groups operate successfully in the parliaments of the two countries, being an important mechanism for interaction. In this regard, priority attention must be given to fully exploiting the potential for continued bilateral cooperation.

It is important to organize mutual visits with the participation of member representatives of Friendship groups and establishing links between the permanent committees, and I am confident that your visit today will make a significant contribution to the development of parliamentary dialogue between our two countries.”

For his part, Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Razzaq Hassan thanked the President of the Senate for the fruitful meeting, and expressed his readiness to continue strengthening cooperation between parliaments.

He said: “Allow me, on my own behalf and on behalf of my Egyptian parliamentary colleagues, to express my gratitude and appreciation for the work done by the Kazakh Parliament to strengthen Kazakh-Egyptian cooperation.

There is no doubt that the relationship between our two countries is of special importance, and a dialogue based on trust has been established.

This The interaction, in turn, has a positive impact on the entire scope of our cooperation and in the future.”

He added: “I believe that it is important to strengthen parliamentary interaction between us, give new impetus to work within friendship groups, and intensify mutual contacts between the committees of the two houses of Parliament.”

During the meeting, the interlocutors discussed the work of the Conference of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, as well as progress in preparations for the conference secretariat meeting scheduled to be held in October of this year.

During the meeting, the two parties also discussed the current situation and prospects for developing cooperation in the trade and economic field, and in particular, as the parliamentarians pointed out, it is in the interest of both countries to increase cooperation in sectors such as agriculture, medicine, electrical engineering, and light industry, as well as in the educational, tourism, investment, cultural and humanitarian fields.

In this regard, Mullen Ashimbaev stressed the importance of implementing a joint project to rebuild the Sultan Baybars Mosque, a figure of special historical importance for the peoples of Kazakhstan and Egypt.

Following the meeting, the Speakers of the Parliament of Kazakhstan and Egypt signed a memorandum of understanding, and speakers in the Senate pointed out the special importance of this document in continuing to expand new horizons of cooperation.

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