At the briefing, Erlan Idrissov told about the key areas within which Kazakhstan will work as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kazakhstan’s election to non-permanent members of the organization is a diplomatic victory for the country. He reminded that out of 193 UN member states 138 countries voted for Kazakhstan. The Central Asian region for the first time entered the council thanks to our country, which in the next two years will represent the interests of the Asia-Pacific group.



Kazakhstan’s work in the Security Council over the next two years will be based on the following main priorities. In the first place, there is a realization of the anti-nuclear, anti-terrorism initiatives of our President, which he put forward at the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, and which he reflected in the manifesto ‘The World. 21st Century’. The second is to find ways of solving the existing problems between the major powers and long-standing conflicts, especially in Eurasia, taking into account the national interests of Kazakhstan.

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