Putin and Tokayev are discussing the creation "Triple Gas Union"

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Kazakhstani Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev during talks in the Kremlin discussed the creation of a “tripartite gas union” consisting of Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

Kazakh presidential spokesman Ruslan Gildbai Sultanoli said: “The talks in the Kremlin included agreeing on procedures for transporting Russian gas through Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, as Presidents Tokayev and Putin expressed their conviction that detailed negotiations were necessary. with the participation of experts from three countries in order to find a rational solution to this issue. Taking into account the interests of all interested parties.

Yesterday, November 28, the President of Kazakhstan paid an official visit to Moscow. This will be his first visit after being elected president of the country.

Source: Sputnik