Parliament members of Kazakhstan and South Korea are set to strengthen cooperation

Parliament members of Kazakhstan and South Korea are set to strengthen cooperation. This was agreed by Kazakh Mazhilis speaker Nurlan Nigmatulin and speaker of South Korean Assembly Chung Sye-Kyun. According to Nurlan Nigmatulin, Kazakhstan is interested in South Korea’s experience in legislative support of digital transformations in the economy and introduction of innovative technologies. His Korean counterpart commended Kazakhstan on its recent successes and Nursultan Nazarbayev’s initiatives especially in nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation issues. The meeting resulted in signing of the cooperation agreement between Kazakhstan’s Mazhilis and the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea. This agreement has been signed for the first time in the history of bilateral cooperation. It will create a basis for sharing experiences in law-making by the parliamentarians of the two states.