The President of Russia Vladimir Putin and President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbaev discussed a number of topical international and regional problems, including the creation of a broad coalition to fight terrorist and extremist groups.
ALMA-ATA/MOSCOW, 4 Dec. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin met with President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev the issues of creating a coalition to combat terrorist and extremist groups, primarily with the “Islamic state” (in the Arabic version of DAYS, the organization banned in Russia).
“Discussed a number of topical international and regional problems, including the creation of a broad coalition to fight terrorist and extremist groups, especially ISIS,” — said on Friday the press-service of the Kremlin.
In turn, the press service of the President of Kazakhstan informed that in the meeting, the two leaders also reviewed progress in the preparation for the upcoming meetings in Moscow in the framework of the Eurasian economic Union and the Organization of collective security Treaty.
“The leaders of Kazakhstan and Russia exchanged views on the situation in Ukraine, expressing hope for an early resolution of the crisis exclusively in a peaceful way”, — stated in the message the press service of the head of Kazakhstan.