The message reads, in part:
“Your meeting brings together politicians, diplomats, public figures, researchers, entrepreneurs and journalists from the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan. The two countries share a long history of cooperation in multiple areas, which is underlined by the high level of representation at this conference.
The agenda of the conference has a number of priority subjects for both Moscow and Astana, including efforts to promote Eurasian integration and develop human capital. Improving education and creating a favourable environment for intellectual, cultural and spiritual development of young people are also important topics. Of course, it is essential that the future generations preserve and strengthen the good traditions of friendship and alliance treasured by the peoples of Russia and Kazakhstan.
I strongly believe that you will have meaningful and productive discussions in order to bring about further progress in strengthening ties between Russia and Kazakhstan in all areas and promoting integration in the interests of the people of our countries.”