(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 29. Kazakhstan and
Uzbekistan plan to sign an alliance treaty to jointly combat
challenges, trend reports, with reference to Kazakh media.
According to the document, allied relations between Kazakhstan
and Uzbekistan are built on the basis of comprehensive cooperation,
trust, equality and mutual consideration of national interests,
mutual respect for independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity
and inviolability of state borders, as well as conscientious
fulfillment of mutual obligations.
In the event of possible aggression against one of the
countries, the parties to the treaty commit to holding
consultations, both bilateral and in the framework of international
organizations they are a member of.
Also, both Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan agree not to become a part
of any alliance or a bloc and also refrain from participating in
any actions directed against the other party.
The draft Treaty provides for the expansion of cooperation in
the military, trade, economic, cultural, and humanitarian spheres,
in addition to the field of civil defense and energy.
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