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The EU Delegation to Republic of Kazakhstan is going to organise information sessions on recently published Calls for proposals

The European Union takes note of the Statement of Preliminary Findings and Conclusions issued by the International Election Observation Mission to the early parliamentary elections in the Republic of Kazakhstan, held on 20 March 2016.

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OSKEMEN – The extended meeting of the East Kazakhstan Regional Commission for Juvenile Affairs and Protection of Their Rights was held today, dedicated to ‘Modeling Interaction of Institutions and Experts on Child Rights and Juvenile Probation’.

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Thank you very much Prime Minister (Massimov), Minister (Idrissov). Thank you first of all for having invited me and hosted me today in Astana for two things that to me are extremely important.

One is the very intense and fruitful day of meetings we have had with all our friends and colleagues from the other Central Asian republics to work concretely on our joint regional cooperation.

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Thank you very much. We had a very good meeting this afternoon with our Central Asian partners, and I would like to thank my friend, Foreign Minister Idrissov, for generous hospitality.

Federica Mogherini, the High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, was today in Astana, Kazakhstan where she chaired the 11th EU-Central Asia Ministerial Meeting. Ministers and Deputy Ministers from the five Central Asian Republics, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan also participated in the meeting.

The European Union and Kazakhstan held the seventh round of their annual Human Rights Dialogue in Astana on 26 November. The Kazakhstan delegation was led by Mr Iogan Merkel, First Deputy Prosecutor General, while the EU delegation was led by Mr Toivo Klaar, Head of Central Asia Division at the European External Action Service

The dialogue allowed for constructive exchanges on a wide range of issues, including freedom of association, women's rights, the prevention of torture and ill-treatment of detainees and press freedom.

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