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Tokayev to give speech on regional security at Munich conference

Kazakh President to take part in 'Conversation on Central Asia'
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Kassym-Jomart Tokayev attends official opening ceremony of 56th Munich Security Conference.

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NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan – Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has arrived in Munich for a two-day working visit to attend the 56th Munich Security Conference, the spokesman for the head of state, Berik Uali, wrote on his Facebook page on 14 February.
“It is planned that in the margins of the Munich Security Conference, the Kazakh president will take part in panel discussions and hold a series of bilateral meetings with world leaders, heads of international organisations, large German companies and well-known experts in the field of international relations,” the statement read.
Within the framework of the Munich Conference, Tokayev’s speech is planned tomorrow at a parallel panel discussion on regional security on the topic: “Geography Matters: A Conversation on Central Asia.”

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