29 November 202230093
The Russian-Kazakhstan-Uzbekistan union proposed by the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, is a gas alliance, which aims to coordinate efforts to transport Russian gas through the territories of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Ruslan Jeldibai, press secretary of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, provides information about this.
The fact is that yesterday, on 28 November, a meeting was held between the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, and Kasim-Jomart Tokayev. At the end of the negotiations, the President of Kazakhstan disclosed that Putin suggested to Tokayev, the creation of an alliance between Russia, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan.
Speaking about this, the head of Kazakhstan did not clarify what kind of alliance he was talking about. This caused many protests and collective debates on social networks. Especially in the Uzbek segment of the network, public activists began to oppose the alliance with Russia.
Ruslan Jeldibay, the press secretary of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, disclosed that during the talks between the Presidents of Kazakhstan and Russia, held in the Kremlin, to coordinate efforts to transport Russian gas through the territories of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Russia, there was talk of establishing a "tripartite gas union" consisting of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
"Presidents Kasim-Jomart Tokayev and Vladimir Putin believe that it is necessary to conduct detailed negotiations with the participation of experts from the three countries to find a reasonable solution to this issue, taking into account the concerns of all interested parties," said Jeldibai.