Cooperation between Kazakhstan and Poland
Cooperation between Kazakhstan and Poland is developing in all areas. Both countries are currently represented in the United Nation’s main body, the Security Council. This month, Poland took over the presidency of the Council. The agenda of the Polish diplomacy includes the issues of international law, activities of peacekeeping missions, protection of civilian population in conflict zones and humanitarian aid. Poland was elected as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for a two-year term. Kazakhstan was the first Security Council President after Poland joined this United Nations body on maintenance of peace and security.
JOANNA WRONECKA, POLAND’S PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE TO UNITED NATIONS:
- We have an excellent cooperation with Kazakhstan. Poland and Kazakhstan are both non-permanent members of the Security Council. We commended the role of Kazakhstan in Central Asia, especially on its very pragmatic foreign policy, but also on the stabilizing role of your country in that part of the world. So, our president expressed the support for the Kazakh initiative and expressed again the satisfaction with the development of our relations.