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Six new agreements of cooperation have been signed between France and Kazakhstan

Among the agreements reached during the negotiations between Macron and Tokayev in Kazakhstan are an agreement on the establishment and operation of the French Development Agency Group in Kazakhstan; the creation of international French schools and the teaching of the French language in Kazakhstan; a joint venture for the construction of wind power plants with a total capacity of 1 GW and an energy storage system.

To expedite the implementation of all the agreements reached at the meeting, the Kazakhstan president initiated the creation of a working group. President Tokayev stated that France is an important partner for Kazakhstan and emphasized that this year marks the 15th anniversary of the signing of the strategic partnership agreement between the two countries. “In the first 8 months of this year, the trade volume between our countries increased by 21% compared to last year and reached $2.7 billion,” Tokayev noted.

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