Foreign military attaches in Kazakhstan set goals for 2015

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ASTANA. KAZINFORM - Foreign military attaches accredited in Kazakhstan have gathered at the National Defense University named after the First President in Astana today, Kazinform refers to the Kazakh Defense Ministry's press service.

The military diplomats from more than 20 countries discussed results of 2014, the long-term plans of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan, further interaction between the military agencies and set tasks for 2015. "In 2015, we will prioritize in-depth study of the best practices of our foreign partners in the sphere of combat training, personnel management, social insurance, and organization of joint drills," First Deputy Minister of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan colonel-general Saken Zhassuzakov said at the meeting. Military attaches of 41 countries are currently posted in Kazakhstan. Over the past couple of years the military diplomats of Japan, Hungary, Nigeria, Yemen, Uganda, Sri Lanka and Sweden have been accredited in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan and its foreign partners consolidate military cooperation through joint exercises, such as Steppe Eagle, Peace Mission, Cooperation and more.

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