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China and Kazakhstan Decide to Establish and Develop Strategic Partnership, July 4, 2005
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On July 4, 2005, Chinese President Hu Jintao and Kazak President Nazarbayev signed in Astana a Joint Statement on Establishing and Developing Strategic Partnership between China and Kazakhstan to promote peace, stability and prosperity of the two countries
The Joint Statement points out that the heads of state of China and Kazakhstan both agreed that bilateral relations have entered a new stage of comprehensive development. To promote the good-neighborly friendship and mutually beneficial cooperation and in light of profound changes taking place in regional and international situations, the two countries decided to establish and develop the strategic partnership.
The Joint Statement was signed after the meeting between Hu Jintao and Nazarbayev. It is reported that the leaders of the two countries exchanged in-depth views on bilateral relations and regional and international issues of common concern, and reached broad consensus.
Original source: http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/eng/wjdt/2649/t202457.htm
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