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MOSCOW, December 23. /ITAR-TASS/. Four important documents are planned to be signed in Moscow on December 24 during the meeting of the Russian and Kazakh presidents – on oil supplies and military technical cooperation, the Russian president's aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters. Vladimir Putin and Nursultan Nazarbayev will meet on the sidelines of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council meeting, Ushakov said.
The presidents will personally affix their signatures to the agreement on military technical cooperation, the official noted.
An agreement will be also signed on transportation of Russian oil across Kazakhstan to China, he said.
There will be also two protocols on changes to the agreement between the Russian and Kazakh governments on oil transit and trade and economic cooperation in supply of oil and oil products.
Speaking about an agreement on joint use of the Baikonur complex, Ushakov said the document was not ready yet for signing.
During the meeting, the sixth this year, Putin and Nazarbayev will sum up this year's results and outline planned events in the context of the treaty on good neighbourly relations and cooperation in the 21st century, which was signed in Yekaterinburg in November. Under discussion will be also key trade, economic and political issues, Ushakov added.