Lodz, 2 December 2022 (TDI): The Foreign Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Mukhtar Tileuberdi took part in the Ministerial Council meeting of Central Asia and the Federal Republic of Germany in Lodz, Poland.

As part of the aim to mitigate the impact of climate change on the world economy, the agenda was the need to meet and discuss the way forward as an organization.

The meeting tackled this issue in-depth to ensure that every country implements the pledges made in the climate change fight. Adding to the fact that the economic challenges should be solved collectively.

Also, they discussed the issue of regional cooperation in central Asia. The ability to cooperate was a major issue of concern.

The Central Asian countries are to peacefully cooperate in terms of economic, political, and cultural relations for the development of each country.

Furthermore, tackling the issue of security in Afghanistan was another issue raised at the event. The need to promote security and peaceful co-existence among the people of Afghanistan was a necessity for the organization.

Afghanistan has witnessed quite several crises over these past years and this has kept economic challenges and the likelihood of its people.

In his speech, the Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan, Mukhtar Tileuberdi stressed that the issue of cooperation in transit and transportation is becoming important and seeking to promote development among nations in the world.

The transport system took a central theme at the event. As the promises to elevate the transnational transport system across various countries in the bloc.

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He also held bilateral meetings with some other Foreign Ministers and delegates. He met with delegates for Austria, Sweden, Great Britain, Portugal, Norway, and many others.

During his time with them, he stressed the need to cooperate and work together for the success of each country. He again made an emphasis to the fact that Kazakhstan is always welcome for any form of investment.