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ASTANA, September 30 (Itar-Tass) - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev will meet on October 3-4 with his visiting Belarussian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko, the press service of the Kazakh president reported on Monday.
“The heads of state will discuss at talks issues of deepening bilateral cooperation in trade-economic and industrial-innovation sectors, as well as industrial cooperation in the agro-industrial complex,” the press service said.
Besides, they will discuss integration processes underway on the post-Soviet space, and first of all within the framework of the Customs Union and Common Economic Space (of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan). The two presidents are expected to sign a joint statement as well as some bilateral documents, the press service said.
“The upcoming visit by the Belarusian president is aimed at fixing and giving an impetus to cooperation of the states in bilateral and multilateral formats, as well as will help them to ‘synchronize watches’ on topical international issues,” it added.