BURABAY (KAZAKHSTAN), May 29. /TASS/. The prime ministers of CIS member-countries have begun a meeting of the Council of CIS heads of state. The event is being held in the resort village of Burabay in Kazakhstan.
The meeting‘s agenda includes more than 20 issues. In particular, the premiers will discuss a joint action plan to address the pressing issues in the finance and economics area and the Strategy to ensure transport safety in international transport movement.
The parties are also expected to endorse a number of documents, including the results of the implementation the program of innovative cooperation in 2014, the package of measures to implement this program until 2020, cooperation in the cultural sphere in 2016-2020 and guidelines for cooperation in forestry and forest industry until 2025.
The participants will also discuss personnel issues, including on the deputy head of the CIS Anti-Terrorism Center, deputy chairpersons of the CIS Executive Committee and the issue of holding the next meeting of the Council of CIS heads of government.