November 09, 2018 10:32
Putin arrives in Petropavlovsk, where session of Russian-Kazakh interregional cooperation forum will be held
PETROPAVLOVSK. Nov 9 (Interfax) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Petropavlovsk as part of his working visit to Kazakhstan.
The president will attend a plenary session of the 15th forum of interregional cooperation between Russia and Kazakhstan in the city.
Before that, the two presidents will visit the tourist exhibit New Approaches and tendencies in the development of Tourism in Russia and Kazakhstan. Besides, an updated Russian-Kazakh project of the space rocket system Baiterek will be presented to Putin.
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