PUTIN WILL HELP RESOLVE RUSSIAN-KAZAKH ISSUES LEFT OVER FROM MEDVEDEV - EXPERT
Almaty. May 17. Interfax-Kazakhstan - Kazakhstan may resolve the pending issues with Russia after Vladimir Putin has returned to the Kremlin, believes Andrei Chebotarev, the director of the Research Center “Alternative”.
“Probably, during Vladimir Putin’s presidency Kazakhstan will resolve the issues that could not be settled during Dmitry Medvedev’s presidency,” Chebotarev told Interfax-Kazakhstan on Thursday.
The expert reckons that the personal relations the presidents of the two countries built during the first two presidential terms of Putin will be a helpful factor here.
Chebotarev says that in the next six years Kazakhstan and Russia will stay focused on the Eurasian integration processes.