Russia to Boost Military and Technical Cooperation with Kazakhstan
Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved a law ratifying an agreement on military and technical cooperation with Kazakhstan. The document was published on the official portal for legal information on Tuesday.
The law was approved by the State Duma on November 21 and by the Federation Council on November 26.
According to the information available, the document regulates mutual military supplies for the armed forces, law enforcement agencies and security services of the two countries. In addition, it envisages a mode for interaction of the sides in the development, production, operation, repair, modernization, prolongation of the service life, and disposal of armaments and military equipment. This agreement is concluded for the term of five years and is automatically renewed for successive five year periods.
It should be noted that Russia has already signed similar agreements with Belarus and Armenia.