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MOSCOW, March 20 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia and Kazakhstan declare for defining the status of the Caspian Sea as soon as possible, a source in the Russian Foreign Ministry reported on Tuesday following the meeting of Grigory Karasin, the Russian secretary of state – deputy foreign minister, and Kairat Sarybay, the deputy foreign minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, now in Moscow in connection with consultations on interaction of the two countries in the Caspian region.
“Implementation of the decisions of the Third Caspian Summit that was held in Baku in November 2010 was in the focus of the conversation,” the source in the ministry said. “The exchange of opinions confirmed the closeness of the two countries’ stands on the Caspian agenda and their striving for further development of versatile cooperation in the Caspian and for defining the Caspian status sooner,” said the source.