Kazakh Foreign Ministry on priorities of its work in UN Security Council

Kazakh Foreign Ministry on priorities of its work in UN Security Council

Kazakhstan took part in the UN Security Council meeting on January 3 as a non-permanent member as Council convened its first session in the year 2017, Kazakh Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Chargé d'Affaires of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Barlybay Sadykov, led the Kazakh delegation to its historic first ever UN Security Council session, which adopted a work program for January 2017.

In his remark delivered at the meeting with the UNSC members, Sadykov told about Kazakh foreign policy's priorities that include efforts aimed at non-proliferation, conflict resolution and combating international terrorism, AKIpress reports.

On January 4, the UN Security Council had a closed meeting on the situation in Syria (situation with chemical weapons in the country) and Iraq (humanitarian issues). On January 10, the Council will hold a ministerial-level open debate on “conflict prevention and sustaining peace”. On January 17, the Council will hold its quarterly open debate on the Middle East, with a focus on the situation in Palestine.

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