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ASTANA, May 19. /TASS/. Talks of the prime ministers of Kazakhstan and Lithuania, Karim Masimov and Algirdas Butkevicius, on Thursday resulted in a number of intergovernmental agreements, including an agreement on cooperation in fight against money laundering.
The other documents concerned mutual protection of classified information, cooperation in the veterinary sector as well as a declaration of intent for cooperation between the Kazakh city of Aktau and the Lithuanian city of Klaipeda.
The signing of the documents "is an historical event in cooperation of our countries," the Lithuanian prime minister said. "I believe these agreements will give a new boost to the development of mutual cooperation in major spheres of our interests," he added.