Diplomatic relationship between Kazakhstan and Russia
1. Diplomatic relationship between Kazakhstan and RussiaKAZAKH ABLAI KHAN UNIVERSITY OF INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS AND WORLD LANGUAGES
Done by: Sarbas A.
Regional Studies, 408 group
Checked by: Kisaeva G.T.
1) Trends in the development of political relations
2) Economic cooperation
3) Investment cooperation
4) Obama's achievements during the first term of
the US government.
5) Cultural cooperation
Russian Federation and the Republic of
Kazakhstan were established on
October 22, 1992. Bilateral relations
and cooperation rest on a framework
of solid international treaty
Economy of Kazakhstan, the trade turnover between
Kazakhstan and Russia was as follows:
In 2017, a significant increase in the indicators of mutual trade
between Kazakhstan and Russia was recorded: the trade
turnover amounted to $ 16 billion, an increase of 25.6%
compared to 2016. Has grown as the export of Kazakhstan,
amounting to 4.5 billion dollars. (+ 31.1%), and imports - 11.5
billion dollars. (+ 23.5%). In 2017, Russia's share in the foreign
trade turnover of Kazakhstan was 20.6%.
the fields of:
oil and gas industry
to 2017, according to the National Bank of
Kazakhstan, amounted to $ 3.5 billion from
Kazakhstan to Russia and $ 11.8 billion from
Russia to Kazakhstan.
their own investments in Kazakhstan:
LUKOIL OJSC ($ 5 billion), Gazprom
OJSC ($ 1 billion), Inter RAO UES of
Russia OJSC ($ 0.2 billion United States)
Rusal "($ 0.4 billion). Other companies
are also actively investing in the
Republic of Kazakhstan: state
corporation Rosatom, Rosneft OJSC,
Bank VTB OJSC, Vnesheconombank
(Russian Foreign Trade Bank), OJSC
Mechel, OAO Severstal and many
others. The total amount of Russian
investments in Kazakhstan is more than
7 billion US dollars.
out in the sphere of space
exploration. Russia holds a
lease on the Baikonur spacelaunch complex, located in
Kazakhstan. In January 2004
the lease term was extended
to 2050. The Kazakh space
missile system “Baiterek” is
being constructed at the
complex on the basis of
agreements signed in 2004
military-technical fields. Russia has a lease on 4 military
test sites located in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstani military
personnel undergo training in Russian military schools.
effective along the lines of CIS and other integration
units – CSTO, EurAsES, SCO and CICMA. Since 2010
Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus have been a part of
the Customs Union.
in the Sphere of Culture between the Ministry of
Culture of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of
Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan for
2017-2019, including the whole range of issues of
cultural and humanitarian cooperation, served as
an additional impetus.