Kazakhstan’s International Diplomacy and Economic Developments: A News Digest

Kazakhstan has again made headlines in international media this week, with articles covering all areas of the country’s profile. An article in US international relations magazine the National Interest credits Kazakhstan’s status as a middle power to having “the classical characteristics of a middle power: strategic location, abundant natural resources, and commitment to international principles and cooperation.” The nation’s ports are the focus of an article in The Diplomat, which states that Kazakhstan is betting heavily on the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TITR), or Middle Corridor, as an alternative to reach European and international markets. BNN Breaking highlights the importance of inter-regional cooperation between Kazakhstan and Bulgaria, while Azerbaijan’s Trend reports on Kazakhstan’s national company KazTransOil, which increased oil exports to the Baku Port by 75% in April compared to the previous month. And, in an exclusive interview with Euractiv, the youngest member of the Kazakh Parliament, Dinara Naumova, discusses her work in the Mazhilis, youth voices in politics and inclusivity. Finally, AKIpress reports on a visit to Kazakhstan by Tajikistan’s president, Emomali Rahmon, which was marked by the signing of a declaration on allied cooperation.


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